The only truth is that there is no truth.
(ie. A truth is a mental construct/represtation and/or label of a real world thing
but a real world thing or the so called thing-in-of-itself has more to it than
we know about or at least has more to it that we can't rule out there is something
important we don't know. Because of this issue it is best to label a 'truth' as either
a mere fact/data (ie. data/fact are transient while 'truths' are not) or as an opinion.
The only exception I know of is that while mental truths, such as 1+1=2, are almost
always true it is hard to say whether they are true because they are really true or
whether they are merely true because we say or perceive them to be true.)
I remember coming up with the idea even before studying philosophy, but realized that the concept isn't that different than when Hume claimed "you can't get an 'ought' from an 'is'", or certain things said by Kierkegaard about morality being subjective.
I know this isn't a board about philosophy, but after reading one of failboat's posts suggesting that I create a blog/share some of my ideas,etc I thought it might be helpful to bounce some of my ideas with people on this forum first (and cut and paste some of them to a blog or something later on) so I have some idea which concepts are too crazy and/or not useful and which ideas are useful.
BTW, My original account that I used to debate philosophy can be found at the following URL if anyone is interested in looking at my work there, however since the site changed owners and is now mismanaged/defunct I can't say whether if much of the site is still accessible. I know if I go to the Internet Archives/the Wayback machine I can still find some of my stuff there.