The Spaced-out Space ShipDVD - 2001
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Doolittle talks to bomb, Part 1 of 2:
-Hello, bomb, are you with me?
Bomb: Of course.
-Are you willing to entertain a few concepts?
Bomb: I am always receptive to suggestions.
-Fine. Think about this one, then: How do you know you exist?
Bomb: Well of course I exist.
-But how do you know you exist?
Bomb: It is intuitively obvious.
-Intuition is no proof. What concrete evidence do you have that you exist?
Bomb: Hmm...Well, I think, therefore I am.
-That's good. That's very good. But how do you know that anything else exists?
Bomb: My sensory apparatus reveals it to me.
Doolittle talks to bomb, Part 2 of 2:
- Ah, Right! Now, listen, listen...here's the big question. How do you know... that the evidence your sensory apparatus reveals to you is correct?
-What I'm getting at is this: The only experience that is directly
available to you is your sensory data. And this sensory data is merely
A stream of electrical impulses which stimulate your computing center.
Bomb: In other words, all I really know about the outside world is relayed to me through my electrical connections.
Bomb: Why,... that would mean that...I really don't know what the outside
universe is like at all, for certain.
-That's it! That's it!
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