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Posted by Brad on December 22, 1999 03:10:22 UTC

: The human cycle, although somewhat short compared to the life span of other species, is heavily concentrated with events that has brought us to the present. I think that our technological and accumulated knowledge decieves us with blinded arrogance. The human cycle still applies to us today as it did 2000 years ago. What is the human cycle? Our predictable behaviour and reaction to events. We will love, we will kill, we will build, we will destroy, we will rebel, we will worship. We evolved as a specie with self-professing and self-fulfilling events that we are somewhat bound with (closed system). It is the cycle of history that 3000 to 4000+ years ago human being whare able to understand. The wise men, who where actually men more perceptive than the average homo-sapien, saw the patterns and predicted them. Can I predict the future for humanity? Yes. We will live and we will die. Our population is so much larger than the past. Our reaction to the events in the worlds is so much more intensified. More humans at a given area, more affected, more hype. Events are only as good as the amount and area of people that witness and react to them. If a tree in the forest falls, does anyone hear? For some of us, Armaggedon is already happened or is currently happening. : Tön

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