The Ambiguity of Causality

It should able to be shown then, and in regard and relation to explanations such as the infinitesimal economical contributions to, for example, the pencil, that the causes and or at least our objective understanding defined by society are always or sometimes (depending on perspective) many-fold.

In other words there cannot be said, in all truth, to be one cause of a such a thing or event to occur. Taken to its extremes in understanding and logic, this should have implications in regards to the Re-Solutance required for the levation of our harnessing of non-linear time (travel).


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