Ah, a topic that I am interested in. It would seem that everyone has different views about objective morality. this is rather ironic. no one is being truly objecive (though Tarquinus, you're coming close).
the question is whether there is a right and a wrong, and no gray area. Or is there an area, like the "Big Bang" where all of the rules we currently posess break down? let's assume for the moment that there is no gray area, that there can always be a right and a wrong decided, even if it is ex post facto.
based upon this, we can assign truth values, True and False (T and F) to any de