• To assert as true; to declare. [R.]Had they [the ancients] dreamt this, they would have truthed itheaven. Ford.

  • Something which would probably upset a great many of people if it were known and made public.

  • Antidote to fear.

  • That which would make most mainstream newspapers go out of business in a matter of days.

  • The truth is like a lingering fart...everyone can smell it, everyone knows its there, but no one wants to admit it.

  • Myth: The Truth will set you free

    Fact: The Truth will get the living hell beaten out of you or perhaps worse killed.

  • What the world is afraid of. The things we hide from ourselves because it changes us, makes us uncomfortable, and awakens us that there are absolutes. There is truth.

  • Statements that corresspond to reality.

  • What simply is.
    Understanding the world around us is something often difficult to discuss or even completely understand. Almost all-human understanding is composed of symbol sets designed to measure and then define the world and human experience. The symbols are not truth, but what they are attempting to measure is true reality.
    Calculus and other forms of mathematics are symbol sets that represent tools for measuring aspects of our true reality. We know these symbol sets work from experiential knowledge, not simply symbolic manipulation.
    The scientific method is a reasoned way of attempting to find and catalogue the truth. With reproducible experiential tests we can come to understand if our symbolic measurements actually represent truth.
    The concept that truth will set you free mentioned in the Bible is actually ironically true. Belief is the opposite of truth and truth itself breaks down all belief. Truth does not respect belief nor does it need belief to function because it simply is. Truth is what will always exist even if there is no existence. Truth is the beginning and the end and everything. Truth is rare for us to understand but it is also always present and always available.
    The truth is amazing because it simply is. Truth isn’t something we can know; it is something we have to experience.
    That is often why experience is considered of greater value than academics. Because an experienced person has worked with reality to create, design, produce and solve problems. An Academic though often focuses on the symbol set manipulation and lacks experiential knowledge for true understanding of what is reality versus fictional representations of abstract concepts.