Quotations From NATHAN COPPEDGE


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  • 'You may be bred to be skeptics, but there's no refuting evidence. (Counter-evidence is sometimes fallacious, so please be gracious…) '
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'The (4-d) civilized nature, with arms that are tools.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'Identity is a contingent realization.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'I want my material to live forever under my name, until reality itself is replaced with something better.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'The flaky skin really may have been a strategy to get rid of pimples. In that way, I'm a wizard.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'We are goodie to see… Goodie to heart one… And goodie to be… We are goodie! We are, we are goodie-goodie. This is, this is reality-reality. Heart ones good ones like ones love ones — we are good ones… hopefully like ones. We are all treasure trove ones good ones. Love is sublime one divine one. I love my good ones. My good ones are the future of reality. We can do everything. We can do everything at-the-goodie. We can do everything we see is goodie. What is good to do is good to be is how-at-we. How-at-we one good one! How much it is goodie! Economic goodies. Economic wowwies! We are, we are wowwie-wowwie! May we always be goodie-goodie! And so-at-one wowwie one good one! Perfect reality is worth living-living! Divine art life will bring, will bring! Totally am-a-zing, am-a-zing! '
    - -Nathan Coppedge, Cutism, July 20! 7
  • 'There's an image of the inventor as some great laborer, while he is really one to want to solve the world's problems in one big flash of lightning.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'If you have to believe everyone is being dishonest, chances are you're wrong.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'Optimism and pessimism: they are philosophies, one good and the other evil.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
  • 'As dimensions increase, the difference between dimensions gets smaller and smaller, even while complexity steadily increases.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, July 2017
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