The Non-Opinions Thread199

4thNightFacinorous19mon 15d
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With all these peons created threads about opinions I'm assuming us intellectuals need more stimulation for our minds. Thus, I shall be creating this Non-Opinion thread ;or "Facts" for you simpletons; to show you a bright and glorious light in this time of great darkness.

I shall only be sharing with you fellow users pure, unadulterated facts to contrast with all these weak, unsubstantiated opinions.

Ye Opinions Beware. Lest thee be destroyed next!

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Facts aren’t Opinions 👍
aGirlNeighbor
Facts aren’t Opinions 👍
"I think cake is great."

In a limited sense of the word fact, the statement is indeed one as well as an opinion.

The statement is clearly an opinion but is also showing a truth of some sort. Mainly the speaker's love for cake. Nevertheless, this all relies on the comment being truthful as well as a interpretation of what a fact is. Many believe that facts have to be provable to be considered one.
LeEpicH6d 10h
if you are reading this you can read english
LeEpicH
if you are reading this you can read english
Unless a Weak AI sees your comment and provided Searle's Chinese Thought Experiment is true, it hasn't really understood English at all.
maximillian6d 10h
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4thNightFacinorous
LeEpicH
if you are reading this you can read english
Unless a Weak AI sees your comment and provided Searle's Chinese Thought Experiment is true, it hasn't really understood English at all.
his claim was that youre reading english not understanding it. by reading it you are reading english even if you dont know much about the language
hima6d 10h
fact: its hima time
i would like everyone to be happy
maximillian
4thNightFacinorous
LeEpicH
if you are reading this you can read english
Unless a Weak AI sees your comment and provided Searle's Chinese Thought Experiment is true, it hasn't really understood English at all.
his claim was that youre reading english not understanding it. by reading it you are reading english even if you dont know much about the language
Yep I totally misread a nine word sentence. Good job this isn't the The Non-Idiot Thread!

I would assume you can understand syntax without semantics which would allow reading but not understanding.

Cheers for showing me my inability to read. Pretty ironic considering the circumstances.
hima
fact: its hima time
Thank you for your comment, hima.
LeEpicH
if you are reading this you can read english
I'll try not to misread your comments next time!
tigermom5d 19h
4thNightFacinorous
tigermom
What is your subjective take on epicmafia user tigermom?
Depending on your definition of subjective, it would be impossible for me to comment whilst sticking true to this thread's key tenets.
omg I meant objective
tigermom
4thNightFacinorous
tigermom
What is your subjective take on epicmafia user tigermom?
Depending on your definition of subjective, it would be impossible for me to comment whilst sticking true to this thread's key tenets.
omg I meant objective
Your username has eight letters.
The Erfurt latrine disaster was a catastrophe in the Holy Roman Empire in the late 12th century. In 1184, a diet was called to settle a dispute between Archbishop Conrad of Mainz and Duke Louis III of Thuringia. Many lords from the Holy Roman Empire attended including the Emperor himself attended the diet in Erfurt.

The wooden floor the nobles were sitting on broke from the stress of dozens of nobles being there and many plunged into the latrine below.

At least 60 people drowned.
The longest song title to break into the UK top 40 charts is Rod Stewart's 1974 hit:

"You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog for a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)"
When discussing George Berkeley's philosophical view that matter didn't exist and only mind and ideas from those minds existed, Samuel Johnson decided to kick a stone and then assert, "I refute it thus".
The longest ever musical performance could be the 'As Slow as Possible' piece which is planned to last 639 years and to end in 2640.

The next sound, from when this was typed, is less than a month away at 5th September 2020. This will be followed by another exactly 17 months later on the 5th February 2022.
One teaspoons worth of a neutron star would weigh around 6 billion tons.
Russia in the early 17th century had four individuals claiming to be Ivan the Terrible's dead child, Dmitry of Uglich. The first actually became the Tsar for a year before he was assassinated.
This sentence is an opinion.

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