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Describe the Unknown without making known. then tell me what is unknown if we know about it

tell me what is unknown if we all ready know about it we might not see it but its there and that makes it known. as in if we do not know the thing unknown it is not in existence. am i right?
Question asked by: Unknown2u

Asked on: 06 May 2010

If you do not know that something is there, that does not mean it does not exist. Take the example of bacteria : no-one had seen them or knew they existed until microscopes but that does not mean that they are not there.

If something is unknown that is different to whether or not it exists.

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Replied at: 10 May 2010
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