Philosophy/Questions

Would the humanity acquire knowledge to make everything? This article tries to invoke one's mind with facts. The following is the list of facts relating to limits of human knowledge.

No one can have the knowledge to make a thing which cannot exhibit: 1. divisibility 2. comparability 3. connectivity 4. disturbability 5. reorderability 6. substituability and 7. satisfiability.

  1. Can a thing which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a thing which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a thing which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a thing which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a thing which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a thing which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a thing which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

Divisibility is the property without which no one can either be a part or be a whole. Comparability is the property without which no one can either be an equivalence or be a difference. Connectivity is the property without which no one can either be a link or be a limit. Disturbability is the property without which no one can either be a influence or be a sensation. Reorderability is the property without which no one can either be an origin or be a derivative. Substitutability is the property without which no one can either be a constituent or be a substituent. Satisfiability is the property without which no one can either be a requirement or a fulfillment.

ManEdit

  1. Can a man who cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a man who cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a man who cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a man who cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a man who cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a man who cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a man who cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

WomanEdit

  1. Can a woman who cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a woman who cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a woman who cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a woman who cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a woman who cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a woman who cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a woman who cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

LoveEdit

  1. Can a love which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a love which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a love which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a love which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a love which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a love which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a love which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

TomatoEdit

  1. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a tomato which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

PotatoEdit

  1. Can a potato which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a potato which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a potato which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a potato which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a potato which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a potato which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a potato which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

AtomEdit

  1. Can an atom which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can an atom which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can an atom which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can an atom which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can an atom which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can an atom which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can an atom which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

MoleculeEdit

  1. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a molecule which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

GeneEdit

  1. Can a gene which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a gene which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a gene which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a gene which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a gene which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a gene which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a gene which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

ConceptEdit

  1. Can a concept which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a concept which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a concept which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a concept which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a concept which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a concept which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a concept which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

IdeaEdit

  1. Can an idea which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can an idea which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can an idea which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can an idea which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can an idea which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can an idea which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can an idea which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

ChangeEdit

  1. Can a change which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can a change which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can a change which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can a change which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can a change which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can a change which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can a change which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

EventEdit

  1. Can an event which cannot exhibit divisibility be made?
  2. Can an event which cannot exhibit comparability be made?
  3. Can an event which cannot exhibit connectivity be made?
  4. Can an event which cannot exhibit disturbability be made?
  5. Can an event which cannot exhibit reorderability be made?
  6. Can an event which cannot exhibit substituability be made?
  7. Can an event which cannot exhibit satisfiability be made?

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What cannotEdit

  1. What cannot exhibit divisibility?
  2. What cannot exhibit comparability?
  3. What cannot exhibit connectivity?
  4. What cannot exhibit disturbability?
  5. What cannot exhibit reorderability?
  6. What cannot exhibit substituability?
  7. What cannot exhibit satisfiability?

Everyone and everything can exhibit: 1. divisibility 2. comparability 3. connectivity 4. disturbability 5. reorderability 6. substituability and 7. satisfiability. Everyone who could not identify these properties would have no knowledge on the properties of things.

What would not happen ifEdit

  1. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit divisibility?
  2. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit comparability?
  3. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit connectivity?
  4. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit disturbability?
  5. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit reorderability?
  6. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit substituability?
  7. What would not happen if no thing could exhibit satisfiability?

Here Comes The Mighty ChallengeEdit

Can you make a thing which cannot exhibit: 1. divisibility 2. comparability 3. connectivity 4. disturbability 5. reorderability 6. substituability and 7. satisfiability?


The humanity shall continue with these questions until everyone acquires the knowledge to make things which cannot exhibit: 1. divisibility 2. comparability 3. connectivity 4. disturbability 5. reorderability 6. substituability and 7. satisfiability.

ReferencesEdit

1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_divisibility

2. Analytical Thinker's Manual (2009) published by Intellectual Development Foundation

3. Research and Rediscover: http://www.archive.org/download/ResearchAndRediscover/ResearchAndRediscover.wmv