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    dots Submission Name: musings on deathdots
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    Author: gwenn sundala
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    dotsmusings on deathdots
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    "what is it? is it something to fear?
    is it the end? or just the beginning?"
    these questions, being asked for centuries, have answers.
    but what are they? and where can we find them?

    so many theories, and yet still no answers.
    what is right> what is wrong? what should we believe?
    the crazed rantings of ones who died long ago? no.
    what hard facts lie before us in truth?

    who can fully understand the wonders of this mystery?
    the ones we could ask, the ones who know, cannot answer.
    the are long gone, and unable to help us.
    this conundrum will drive to to you fate.......




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      In the words of my favorite Physics Prof. "The more I know the more I know I don't know". The answers are beyond humanly realistic conjecture. Worse we may never know, unless perhaps there is self-conscious life after death. Can definitely make for some fun hypothesizing.

    Bruce
    | Posted on 2014-11-19 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]


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