So, basically, I would like the TBOT input on the following: How do you define it? Can it exist? (and explain) Are there any instances in the practical world in which it exists/can be observed? Personally, I would say that perfection is subjective to he who beholds the phenomenon, and therefore perfection cannot be one unified idea, as everyone's view thereof is not unanimously consistent. On the other hand, I have a friend who has argued the point that should a composer compose a piece of musical literature, if he feels an ensemble has performed it flawlessly (perfectly), then it is therefore perfect, as only the writer knows what the piece should truly sound like. Does this mean the performance was truly perfect, or was it only perfect by the composer's standards? Both or neither? He also brought up the concept that outer space is perfectly silent due to the lack of air. However, upon further research, I believe this is false because there are particles, although few and far between, that can oscillate and produce sound. These tiny vibrations/compressions would never be picked up by the human ear. Regardless of whether or not we can perceive it, the sound exists, and therefore, perfect silence does not. Similar concepts apply to the deaf, as perception (or more specifically, lack thereof) does not equal true silence. Note: I am not aiming to bring about a debate on perfectionism, and how it relates to us as humans, but simply am trying to understand the means by which others define and view perfection in a practical sense. Is this dumb and pointless? Maybe, but that's the fun of TBOT, right?