SoundaryaNayaki

 
Member Since September 3, 2009 , From Canberra, Australia
The nature of anything can be known from the universal laws of nature! You will never know anything whose nature cannot be known from the universal laws of nature. - Theory of sivashanmugam at http://tiny.cc/newtheory
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Asked: Anything which can be destroyed is not knowledge ...

Anything which can be destroyed is not knowledge. How?

Asked: What is that which we can know and understand only ...

What is that which we can know and understand only if it is written and read?

Asked: What can be learned and what cannot be learned by ...

What can be learned and what cannot be learned by us?

Asked: Is it possible to store information in space?

Is it possible to store information in space?

Asked: Why can't this be taught in schools?

My ideas entitled "THE KNOWLEDGE SERVER" is posted at: http://knowledgeserver.wordpress.com/ Why can't this be taught in schools?

Asked: Can’t we guess the possible knowledge about ...

Can’t we guess the possible knowledge about anything which we haven’t studied before?

Asked: How do we judge whether we lack information or ...

How do we judge whether we lack information or have all the information about a given thing?

Asked: What are your comments on this write up?

Congratulations, The primary duty of every true teacher is to direct and assist students to know, classify and list all the possible knowledge about anything and everything. Learning to classify ...

Asked: Do you disagree with me regarding this?

“The primary duty of every true teacher is to direct and assist students to know and list all the possible knowledge about anything and everything!”

Asked: Could you correct the errors in this text?

Could you correct the errors in this text: About anything, we can know: 1. its parts, 2. its uniqueness, 3. its connections, 4. its sensitivities, 5. its forms, 6. its substitutes, and 7. its uses ...

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