Reality is a trinity, and thus can’t be consistently expressed in all three extensions using a two-dimensional system (like speech). Instead, an expression of reality in such system has to be either ambiguous or paradoxically contradictory. Any claim that this conclusion is wrong is simply wrong. We can deny much, but not the impossibility to be totally right.
If we could be totally right, then change would be an illusion, which is contradicted by the fact that time is relative to speed in space. An illusion can’t be measured, because if it can, then it is not an illusion.
Fact is thus that reality is not an illusion, and that it can’t be consistently expressed in all three extensions using a two-dimensional system (like speech). Fact is thus that it is impossible to be totally right.
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