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LAz 2.0 wrote:... it's basically about someone being in a dark cave and comparing that to being not known, and when you try to show the person the truth/bring him out into the light he will do everything in his ability to not let that happen because he thinks you're wrong and thinks he's right.
It's just philosophy, no joke.
Cardinal Queequeg wrote:LAz 2.0 wrote:... it's basically about someone being in a dark cave and comparing that to being not known, and when you try to show the person the truth/bring him out into the light he will do everything in his ability to not let that happen because he thinks you're wrong and thinks he's right.
It's just philosophy, no joke.
Oh, I see!
So you are saying that:
There are known knowns: those things that we know that we know, and
known unknowns: those things that we know that we do not know.
And also there are unknown unknowns: those things that we do not know that we do not know.
What do you think MPT? Sound like anyone you know?
No comment on Grenada.... however....Cardinal Queequeg wrote:This is a common argument.
Like the bombing of the hospital in Grenada, during the invasion.
Any comment on that?
Pastafarian Pirate wrote:In times of war, taking out the hospitals does curtail the enemie's ability to heal themselves, so it would be a valid objective in my view.
GENERAL PROTECTION OF POPULATIONS
AGAINST CERTAIN CONSEQUENCES OF WAR
In time of peace, the High Contracting Parties and, after the outbreak of hostilities, the Parties thereto, may establish in their own territory and, if the need arises, in occupied areas, hospital and safety zones and localities so organized as to protect from the effects of war, wounded, sick and aged persons, children under fifteen, expectant mothers and mothers of children under seven.
Civilian hospitals organized to give care to the wounded and sick, the infirm and maternity cases, may in no circumstances be the object of attack, but shall at all times be respected and protected by the Parties to the conflict.
The protection to which civilian hospitals are entitled shall not cease unless they are used to commit, outside their humanitarian duties, acts harmful to the enemy. Protection may, however, cease only after due warning has been given, naming, in all appropriate cases, a reasonable time limit, and after such warning has remained unheeded.
The fact that sick or wounded members of the armed forces are nursed in these hospitals, or the presence of small arms and ammunition taken from such combatants which have not yet been handed to the proper service, shall not be considered to be acts harmful to the enemy.
Pastafarian Pirate wrote:So, during a war, blowing up hospitals, factories, Kmarts, railyards, any and everything that the enemy has access to would be a good thing if it hurt the enemie's ability to make war against me.
Aeger wrote:Clearly that's a reference that's over my head. Do post.
*Hangs his head in shame*
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