Quotations From NATHAN COPPEDGE


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  • 'Catch the next wave—simple over-unity, where word of mouth about Nathan Coppedge makes the world rich.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, September 2017
  • 'Very disillusioned at this point, except that my experiments are pure platinum.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, September 2017
  • 'In logic, what is meant by subjectivity is science. The deepest philosophy uses relative relativism and creates the science of knowledge, in a sense, the first official philosophy, and the first actual knowledge.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, September 2017
  • 'The technological singularity may have died with the middle class.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, September 2017
  • 'I am making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. And, maybe when I get back there will be very good news.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, on his correspondence with an engineer, October 2017
  • 'It might be trillion-dollar tea, if I don't answer my e-mail.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, on his correspondence with an engineer, October 2017
  • 'You are saving my hopes in the possibility of impossibility.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, on his correspondence with an engineer, October 2017
  • 'I'm in a good mood, I just have a horrible personality.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, October 2017
  • 'For one thing my experiment worked! And another thing is there's only one thing stopping it, and its not friction! '
    - -Nathan Coppedge, October 2017
  • 'To some extent, scientists hear what they want to hear like everyone else. Nothing guarantees that scientific findings are the only source of insight, NOR can free will be disproven by a limited negative. Rather, all that can be proven is a qualification of something that already exists. If something can be created from pure idea, that alone is enough to prove indeterminism, which is enough to relatively prove free will. It is unfair to expect indeterminate events to lack relevance to existing data. For example, we posit ‘universe' to find ‘empty space' but if we thought ‘world' meant universe, we would instead think of ‘air' as empty space. If we think we alone in our minds are the universe, then nothingness becomes emotional, like a feeling of solipsism. But just as easily we might feel happy, or think the air was only really ever accessed by airplanes, and outer space entails an exponential growth in natural resources, etc. Clearly lack of values would imply lack of judgment, and lack of judgment is disproven by shift of perspectives.'
    - -Nathan Coppedge, October 2017
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