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 adjective Able to be made
clear .
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If you were to ask any of our pseudoscientists for a simple 100% straightforward clarifiable proof in any their speculations on black holes or timewarp space continuums or Albert's silly contradictory equation E = mc (squared), etcetera, they'll all 100% inevitably end up relying on insisting we must all have blind faith in abstract mathematical postulates as their ultimate proof where upon their impervious belief in someone's 'mathematical constant' or 'arithmetic rule' is formidable, unbearing and must be accepted on blind faith without questioning it and all life cannot exist without such a number except that is, until someone else inevitably happens to come up with a better equation for explaining the same darn thing and then our pseudoscientists all quickly convert to worshiping someone else's new 'constant' as the new number to hail which all life supposedly could never exist if it wasn't for this new number.

If you were to ask any of our pseudoscientists for a simple 100% straightforward clarifiable proof in any their speculations on black holes or timewarp space continuums or Albert's silly contradictory equation E = mc (squared), etcetera, they'll all 100% inevitably end up relying on insisting we must all have blind faith in abstract mathematical postulates as their ultimate proof where upon their impervious belief in someone's 'mathematical constant' or 'arithmetic rule' is formidable, unbearing and must be accepted on blind faith without questioning it and all life cannot exist without such a number except that is, until someone else inevitably happens to come up with a better equation for explaining the same darn thing and then our pseudoscientists all quickly convert to worshiping someone else's new 'constant' as the new number to hail which all life supposedly could never exist if it wasn't for this new number.

If you were to ask any of our pseudoscientists for a simple 100% straightforward clarifiable proof in any their speculations on black holes or timewarp space continuums or Albert's silly contradictory equation E = mc (squared), etcetera, they'll all 100% inevitably end up relying on insisting we must all have blind faith in abstract mathematical postulates as their ultimate proof where upon their impervious belief in someone's 'mathematical constant' or 'arithmetic rule' is formidable, unbearing and must be accepted on blind faith without questioning it and all life cannot exist without such a number except that is, until someone else inevitably happens to come up with a better equation for explaining the same darn thing and then our pseudoscientists all quickly convert to worshiping someone else's new 'constant' as the new number to hail which all life supposedly could never exist if it wasn't for this new number.

If you were to ask any of our pseudoscientists for a simple 100% straightforward clarifiable proof in any their speculations on black holes or timewarp space continuums or Albert's silly contradictory equation E = mc (squared), etcetera, they'll all 100% inevitably end up relying on insisting we must all have blind faith in abstract mathematical postulates as their ultimate proof where upon their impervious belief in someone's 'mathematical constant' or 'arithmetic rule' is formidable, unbearing and must be accepted on blind faith without questioning it and all life cannot exist without such a number except that is, until someone else inevitably happens to come up with a better equation for explaining the same darn thing and then our pseudoscientists all quickly convert to worshiping someone else's new 'constant' as the new number to hail which all life supposedly could never exist if it wasn't for this new number.
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