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Re: A Comment About "the One Thing That Bothers [you]"

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Posted by Phillip Martin on December 2, 2001 20:23:42 UTC

I ment that humans will constantly want to know while they are still alive. I want to know while I am alive.

Humans will always search for the "answer", because humans are impatient. Humans have something in their brain that makes them search for questions, and there is another section that makes us try to find the answer to questions(especially those that are complicated) as soon as possible. Maybe humans do it to show their dominance over the others of their race, to better attract a female to reproduce with. Whatever the reason it there, and there to stay. That is one of the defining characturistics that make humans who they are.

Thanks for your time.

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