July 22nd

The Cluelessness Event Horizon (CEH)

If a wise man contends with a foolish man, Whether the fool rages or laughs, there is no peace.

(Proverbs 29:9) NKJV

There are times, during a passionate discussion on @Twitter, when we (that’s me and the Holy spirit) realize that the person who we’re arguing with doesn’t know what they’re talking about. They’re bluffing.

People on social media love to argue about subject matter that they don’t know anything about, it’s just a game to them, and they bluff their way through arguments. The problem with bluffing, though, is that you can only go for so long before you make a mistake and reveal that you’re actually clueless. Further discussion is pointless because the opponent has passed the cluelessness event horizon (CEH), from which there’s no coming back.

We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.

Matty’s Razor

The cluelessness event horizon (CEH) is that moment in a conversation when it’s clear that a troll is bluffing. The words that they use show that they don’t know what they’re talking about. They try to bluff their way out of it, but it’s already too late: they’ve passed the CEH.

Cluelessness Event Horizon (CEH), definition

Here are a few examples of typical Twitter exchanges which demonstrate the CEH. We’ve selected four of the main issues of debate. These are specific examples drawn from hundreds of similar exchanges. These same themes and others are repeated time and time again such that, as sad as it sounds, there’s no point wasting any time on Twitter. None.

The Cluelessness Event Horizon (CEH) – Navigation

IntroductionProverbs 29:9
1The Mass of the SunPsalms 104:22
Calculating the Lifetime of the SunLeviticus 19:36
2Epicycles and Retrograde MotionEcclesiastes 1:5
3The Stratigraphic ColumnGenesis 7:4
4Established Science1 Timothy 6:20
SalvationRomans 10:9-10
– Navigate your way around the CEH.


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