Daily Archives: October 26, 2015

THE TRUTH ABOUT DISPLEASE*

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Displease: v. to sense annoyance and dissatisfaction

In common usage to displease someone is just to make them unhappy. To give unique and relevant meaning to displease it should be to sense annoyance and dissatisfaction at the same time.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT DISPOSE*

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Dispose: v. to transfer a subset(s) by giving and/or selling to a different subset(s)

We usually dispose of things by throwing them away, recycling them, giving them away, or selling them to someone who is interested in buying the item(s).

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THE TRUTH ABOUT DISPROVE*

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Disprove: v. to prove a subset(s) is untrue frequently with communication helped with (a witness(s) and/or logic) and/or the scientific method)

It is easy to disprove an alleged scientific fact with an experiment which fails but disproving something in politics, society, religion, or daily life is impossible to do with mathematical accuracy because behavior does not follow mathematical rules.

You can use witnesses, logic, evidence, and statistical approximations to try and disprove some alleged fact(s) but ultimately it is up to the person whom you are trying to convince whether his or her opinion or belief will change about an event(s) and/or circumstance with your presented “proof”.

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