So I was looking at my english paper assignment and it said I had to relate this one quote to the book we were reading. Well I took a look at the quote and it said... "The impossible is rarely untried" And at first glance, that quote really made sense to me. Then when I decided to use the dictionary definition for the word 'impossible' it read: "Incapable of having existence or of occurring." and "Not capable of being accomplished" Wow, to my surprise the words own definition contradicts itself!! If "impossible" really were "impossible" than it would be absolutly "impossible" to define it. So by defining the word itself, makes it incapable of occuring. So now I can't finish my english homework because if I just BS'ed the whole paper using the word to describe things as "impossible" than it would bug the hell out of me knowing that its all not true in all reality. I know "impossibility" has alot to do with infinite and time and space...but my english teacher doesn't want to hear that. Unless I'm all wrong here, and ive missed a major point somewhere ???