DanishDynamite wrote:No. Nothing could be probed or investigated in a solipstic universe.
Why not? What keeps the great dreamer from having an internally consistant dream, including all of physics, chemistry, and such?
Nothing. If physics, chemistry, etc, are included, you can probe and/or investigate them without any difficulty.
Nothing can be derived in a solipstic universe. Look up the meaning, for christ's sake.
Rather than cry ignorance, why don't you look up the meaning yourself. Assuming, for the sake of argument, the ultimate solipcistic universe, where we're all figments, autonomous ones, of Hammegk's mind, wherein he impliments physics, etc, as they presently are, as far as our perceptions can detect, why could we not derive that implimentation, to the limits of our perception.
Of course it could.
I'm afraid it couldn't. Get back to me when you've understood the solipstic point of view.
I don't think you understand what solipcism is.
Then Skank Of America could start in...