hello, world

hello world

Hello world is a very simple computer program.  It originated in the late 1960’s and is still often one of the first computer programs people learn to write.  It’s an introduction of sorts.  I’m not a computer type person so the steps that come easy to others came with more difficulty for me.  It wasn’t as easy as I anticipated to get a website up and running.  Still, it wasn’t exactly difficult either.  It just took time and education.

I’m so fortunate to live in the world of the internet where simple searches will allow us to learn about almost anything.  And learning is what it’s all about.  There is a truth out there.  The world is a certain “way.”  It’s up to use to use reason, evidence, and our five limited senses to discover as much as we can about the world. Often we will fail but every once in a while we will succeed and the Matrix becomes clear. That’s the bare simple truth.

2 thoughts on “hello, world

  1. Lori DaCosse

    So. You believe in absolute truth? Is it absolute if its perception is confined to one’s subjective five senses which will vary from individual to individual? Or is truth relativistic?

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    1. Bare Simple Truth Post author

      Thank you for your comment. I do believe in absolute truth. 1 + 1 = 2 and a bachelor is an unmarried man. But, these are uninteresting. It is also true, however, that the world around us “is” a certain way even if for only an instant in time. It is up to us use reason, evidence, and our five imperfect senses to attempt to approach that truth. We fail frequently, but every once in a while man comes up with a provisional truth that amazes.

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