As part of my Current Relativist Amazingly Pragmatic (C.R.A.P.) Idea. I wish to make the following claim: Nothing is Impossible. The arguments behind this claim are: 1. Anecdotal evidence from quantum uncertainty etc. 2. All logical disproofs have inherent uncertainty due to inductive basis of logical procedures. 3. All logical disproofs, if relating to reality, must originate from inductive and hence uncertain assumptions. Hence, it is impossible to show absolutely that an occurence is not merely of extremely low probability, and so nothing can be accepted as impossible. Ok, anyone want to argue this?