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The questions that elude us are always the same - they won't change.
We simply aren't evolved enough to understand those type of things.
Modern definition of engineering: Using science to solve practical problems.
Archaic definition of engineering: Using practical knowledge to solve problems.
To say that "EVERYBODY knows!" is arrogant
Granted I'm stubborn and set in my ways, and I feel my ways are best (for me)
Yes, but everything is chaos and discord too. Harmony and balance is exactly what science and math try to find. It's not a problem, it's just how things work: Entropy and our ongoing fight against it.LoveJohnny wrote: Everything is harmony and balance. The only problems that exist in the universe are man-made. So we create problems, and then justify our lack of sense and our lack of time by spending our lives solving problems we created ourselves... Doesn't make any sense to me...
Science and math triy to do the same thing as 'religion' or philosophy: quantify and describe our surroundings in a common language. It's not useless to us, but it is useless to the indifferent universe.LoveJohnny wrote:I don't know what to think of maths... It's something special. You can find the most complicated algorithm to represent just about everything, a star, a piece a software, a bird, anything... It's quite useless, but it's beautiful. Maths are poetry, it's art. Just as useless as art, but cool and fun.
Agreed. And science helps cut through the chaos so we can see glimmers of pure truth. Some people express the idea that life is a mechanism of the universe attempting to observe and quantify itself.LoveJohnny wrote:Not knowing sucks. How can anyone be alive and not know what's going on? It's the very definition of waste and ignorance isn't it? The goal is to realize what's going on...
Good and evil are ideas that were invented by humans: they are rooted in perspective and made by us to control behavior and thought. The universe is indifferent. Materialism is 'evil' from a human perspective but the universe couldn't give a shit.LoveJohnny wrote:Science is a trap. Materialism and science is evil. The good news is that there's a lot of things to learn from evil. How can anyone tell what's right without knowing what's wrong?
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