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All discoveries man has made are merely recognition of his own predicament. So how can anyone claim to be smart, when all that he has discovered is how wrong he was? If something was already there, as it was – how can anyone claim being intelligent when all he did was open his eyes to see the actual state?

Whether by discovering a natural law or an invention taking use of a specific natural law – the basic rule is the same. Because, nothing of what is out there, is there by the merit of man, but is there by the merit of life. Even man himself.

In the end, everything will be simple and normal. Man will see he was a child playing to be big and only those who admitted they are small and clueless could unveil the veil of the unknown and stare into a clear view of the reality.