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Primitive Gods And Maths Really Are Similar,

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on October 30, 2001 01:44:26 UTC

they both rely on what is known at the time.

What does this mean?

That we are aware of such new knowledge today than before; when we believed in gods and were "primitive" and now that now we "know" so very much more; about our surroundings, that we are "civilized" (realistic)?

There must be some theory out there that takes our limited reality into account, our senses decieve us, how much more the life that exisits on this planet with less than our "intelligence"

What are they?! Animals must have no clue, huh?

We are so special, I'd say we realize 10% of the obtainable knowledge of reality it would be possible to realize as a species:

To say that we are so much more than primitive even now is taking it all for granted, and I guess the 10% was a litle on the high side :)

Look around you, listen to what is going on around us all, what strange awful sounds, one cannot grasp the reason for such noises.

Intelligent animal we are? We know nothing else!
Sometimes I still like this place in space,

this is like a conversation with myself,
I must check into that

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