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Raining Consensus

Pen_alias on 30. Aug, 2019 — Lang: English

Raining Consensus
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    It is true that for every drop of rain a flower grows. However, the rain tends to fall faster and with more abundance than flowers grow. So, if it were to stop raining altogether (hopefully it won‘t [knock on wood]), flowers would in fact continue to grow until the number of flowers to have existed on earth through history will ultimately match up precisely to the total amount of rainfall as calculated in drops.



    Do you believe that for every drop of rain that falls, a flower grows?


    Even with all the research they’ve done?

    nothing of importance
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