"Gee, that is odd," the observer shruged and moved on.

Dennis Kaffenberger (denkaff@concentric.net)
Sat, 28 Sep 1996 12:39:17 -0400

> At 22:11 27/09/96 EDT, Reilly Jones wrote:
> >If two utterly contradictory events occur at the exact same time, and at the
> >exact same place, then you must explain how there can be such a concept of
> >truth...

Truth would be relative in such cases.
Two seemingly contradictory events occuring at the exact same time,
and at the same place are only contradictory from the observers
current point of view. Such observerations would put someone
at a cusp of new a understanding. A new point of view. Or the
above mentioned observer could simply ignore it and move on, which
in my opinion is more likely to happen.

It is raining while the sun is shining. There after,
the observer could decide that it does not necessarly have to
be completly overcast for it to rain .. and the observer turing
away from the sunshine may just discover a rainbow.

Dennis Kaffenberger (denkaff@concentric.net)