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sbeddy 8:48 Fri Jun 10
I wonder what the biggest secret in the world is?
Anyone know?

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WHOicidal Maniac 11:09 Sun Jun 12
Re: I wonder what the biggest secret in the world is?
Of all the secrest and conspiracies that I want answered, I would love to know what really happened to Dr. David Kelly.

gph 3:00 Sun Jun 12
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Who and why Diana died?

Or who and why Diana dyed?

That Harrod's bloke wasn't really brown, and she was trying to upset Phil?

hammer205 2:31 Sun Jun 12
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Who and why Diana died

1985 10:13 Sat Jun 11
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The biggest QUESTION in the world is in fact no secret at all, despite academia pondering it for millennia...

gph 9:35 Sat Jun 11
Re: I wonder what the biggest secret in the world is?
Can I propose a vote of thanks to BRANDED for imagining us all, and thus enabling us to exist?

The_Phantom 9:17 Sat Jun 11
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I think its 'what do those football officials on the touchlines in European games actually do ?'

Gentile 9:03 Sat Jun 11
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Israeli Alien Lizards

ohgodno 8:15 Sat Jun 11
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WHOicidal Maniac 8:00 Sat Jun 11

The simulation hypothesis is disprovable. Whatever is simulating will have a limit. We could push and push and push until this limit is reached. At which point the simulation would break down. There would also be glitches.

It's a legitimate explanation for our existence because it can be disproved.

ironsofcanada 8:13 Sat Jun 11
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Imaginary hatrick

HairyHammer 8:11 Sat Jun 11
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WHOicidal

So how come I cannot imagine myself a bigger penis?

HairyHammer 8:06 Sat Jun 11
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Whoicidal

So basically we humans are all stuck in a ginormous computer and are basically somewhat the controller of our own destiny and will zap out when our time is up ?

HairyHammer 8:03 Sat Jun 11
Re: I wonder what the biggest secret in the world is?
WHOicidal Maniac

No thanks my little brain would freeze and I would collapse in a heap I am still getting over the Illuminatti thing, ha

HairyHammer 8:01 Sat Jun 11
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Mesut Ozil has actual Frog DNA and does not just look like a frog.

WHOicidal Maniac 8:00 Sat Jun 11
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HairyHammer 7:53 Sat Jun 11

"Is that not Play station ? "




No, thats the true nature of our reality.

look up 'Simulation hypothesis'

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simulation_hypothesis

HairyHammer 7:53 Sat Jun 11
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WHOicidal Maniac

Is that not Play station ?

WHOicidal Maniac 7:45 Sat Jun 11
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The biggest secret is this.

In the future they will be able to use all the information on the internet to create a very accurate portrait of those that started their lives in the run up to and the invention of the digital world.

Using this information, the Boffins of the future create a simulator enabling a very excellent trip back to the past where they play US in this video game/Educational tool.

This will be a persistent world in which they can can witness the life of you, their great,Great X20 Grandad in real time and actually see what they did and how their lives really were.


As this is a persistent world, the 'characters' live out their lives in a fully fleshed world destined to repeat the same life over and over again.

Occasionally, they the viewer/Player rewinds a little to catch a specific moment in time, causing the already played information, stored in the cache to feed back in to the artificial reality causing the 'Character ' to have a 'deja vu' experience.

Occasionally , they will jump in to a different time frame altogether, causing two people from different time zones seeing each other for a moment through the veil of time, and declaring one to say " I have seen a vision' and the other to say, ' I have seen a Ghost'

The real secret is that none of these characters are aware that they are just a history lesson for some 12 year olds in a VR game...

BubblesCyprus 7:24 Sat Jun 11
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IMO Some military gadget or similar that will wipe us all out except the person and country who presses the go ahead.Hilary Clinton evens favourite

Tomsdad 6:50 Sat Jun 11
Re: I wonder what the biggest secret in the world is?
Ask this question to the Mccanns!

stomper 6:49 Sat Jun 11
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BRANDED 5:19 Sat Jun 11

"Nothing exists except in your mind and each mind interprets it differently. Everyone sees, hears and experiences everything differently from everyone else.

This means there is no truth. There is no absolutes. Nothing actually is."

Except the interpreting mind, I presume. You cheeky little solipsism, you.

gph 6:30 Sat Jun 11
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They knocked off the "uni" before adding the "multi", so the basic statement of the theory is that the universe is a multiverse.

I suppose they could have used multisubuniverse, but sometimes brevity is of value.

Mike Oxsaw 6:22 Sat Jun 11
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ohgodno 5:52 Sat Jun 11

"The universe" is all that exists (time & space) following the/our big bang. That encompasses and is limited to all WE can see.

There is no law requiring that "our" big bang and all it created was a unique event.

If others occurred, they didn't occur anywhere within "our" universe and in "our" time, but, like describing certain quantum events, the restrictions in our understanding and subsequent language with which to explain them does not mean they are impossible.

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