14 Mar possibility
Something that exists within a framework of laws controlling phenomena, such as the physical universe. We have reason to believe that the laws of physics govern the behavior of things in the universe. If this is true, and if there is no mystical “random” law breaker out there, then there is a threshold above which anything can happen (possibility) and below which nothing can happen (impossibility). This threshold, governed by the laws of physics, known and unknown, in aggregate, may or may not exist. If it does not, the there is no such thing as impossibility. It would be logical to conclude that if nothing is impossible, then the term “possibility” becomes unnecessary. I choose to cling to a notion of order in which the threshold of possibility exists, and can be relied upon to prevent the impossible from ever happening.