Friday, August 22, 2008


What is truth? Truth is all that is true. One's truth may be truth to him but not to another, but all perceived truths share similar ideals. In this case, all perceived truths may either have pieces of the truth in them, or they are all wrong (the latter is less probable).

Depth of Languages

It's amazing how much we know from a sentence. Take, for example: "Thomas runs."

This is what we know from this one sentence:
  • Thomas exists.
  • Thomas is able to run.
  • Thomas was born.
  • Thomas has legs.
  • Thomas has feet.
  • There is such thing as running.
The list goes on and on.... This can be done in most any language.

The Rambling World

This is the first post at The Rambling World, a blog for thought, philosophy, and other random bits of information.

I am also the author of The Unix Geek, a technology interests blog.