THE TRUTH ABOUT CURRENT+


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Current: adj. a relatively small duration existing between past and future time but realistically it is existing in the near past and having a relatively large probability of existing in the near future

Current events are events which existed just prior to the present time but when you speak of current behavior then you are considering something which will last on into the near foreseeable future. Current things generally have recently existed in time and there is a great probability that they will continue to exist in near future time. A good way of thinking about it is to assume that current things are existing now and will probably continue to exist into the near future.

The problem with the word current is that it conflicts or has the same sound but different meaning as the noun in electric current or the river current so the new different sounding word recommended for the adjective current is curp or curp events. Disagree? Then come up with a better word for the adjective current.

Curp: adj.  a relatively small duration existing between past and future time but realistically it is existing in the near past and having a relatively large probability of existing in the near future

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