"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Say where are your boundaries between what is possible and what is impossible.
Take it both subjectively (for me personally) and objectively (at all)
good question, possibvle ids defined by how much time you are willing to sacrifice, your lifespan.
death itself makes everytrhing impossible because it gives a deadline to everything you ewant to achieve,
however without death, anything would be possible given infinite time.
In other words, we would not know what is possible and ewhat is impossible until the day we achiebve it before our death.
There are limitations in this physical world which makes things impossible, such as fear, pain, gravity ,other people's interference, limited intelligence, and most importantly your own brain. However, some of things can be defied by pure psuychological will. The laws of physics also give alot of limitations and narrow the scape of what is possible.
The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.
"In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla
Conquer your inner demons first before you conquer the world.
But what if laws of physics are not the ultimate laws? How could we be sure that there is nothing deeper?
But then the universe we experience wouldn't be expressed the way it is. However, the Copenhagen interpretation does make an interesting argument when it comes to the reality of something we cannot detect. So your argument could be there.
Its hard to tell whether or not things are impossible... If they haven't been done yet, or we haven't had the means to achieve it yet, it doesn't meant its impossible. You can only assume something to be "impossible", but hard to prove.
So, almost anything is possible, in my opinion!
Proving something to be impossible is impossible
Originally Posted by Synarch
I call it ENFP crazy eyes.
"Love is not a product of reasonings and statistics. It just comes--none knows whence--and cannot explain itself." -Mark Twain, Eve's Diary
"Laughter which cannot be suppressed is catching. Sooner or later it washes away our defences, and undermines our dignity, and we join in it -- ashamed of our weakness, and embittered against the cause of its exposure, but no matter, we have to join in, there is no help for it." Mark Twain
Anything that happens is possible, everything that doesn't happen is impossible. If it's possible, it will probably happen, or at least manifest in some way (i.e. nuclear war hasn't happened, but it's possible, and the bombs exists and a few have been dropped). Imagination is irelevant; we can't imagine that much because we are biased and, compared to the entire spectrum of nature, ignorant and uneducated. What makes us think humans can imagine anything on a grand, cosmic scale of posibility anyway? That just seems absurd.