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  • *runs away to another page*

    October 17, 2007

  • I do not!! *horrified* Why would I need a bone there?!

    October 17, 2007

  • Sounds a little personal to me, skipvia. ;->

    October 17, 2007

  • That's OK, c_b. You have a baubellum. You can still therace.

    October 17, 2007

  • Uhh... what if you don't have balls? Can you still therace?

    October 17, 2007

  • Aww, what a lovely way to think of it. I certainly think love at first sight would be a type of theracence; when you know without analysis or experience that you were meant to be close to someone, that it is right for someone to be part of your life.

    Intuition, also.

    October 17, 2007

  • "You know what that means? It's Latin. It means Know Thyself. I'm going to let you in on a little secret. It's like being in love. No one can tell you you're in love, you just know it. Through and through. Balls to bones."

    October 17, 2007

  • Annotation: "a type of a priori knowledge that does not involve reasoning and incurs truth." Theracence cannot yield error or falsehood.

    October 17, 2007

  • Kind of like falling in love...

    October 17, 2007

  • theracence. n. a certainty of knowledge impressed upon one through other channels than logical deduction or belief; a knowledge that enters directly into one's mind along with the indisputable certainty that it is true, which cannot be derived from only observation of existence, and results in a knowing more certain than that which one can derive from observation alone. To therace: to know in this way, often in the form to therace that.

    She possessed theracence of the fundamental nature of the universe, which many said was impossible.

    He theraced that what he had just learnt was true.

    October 17, 2007