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If there is one quality of the human race I truly admire, it is our relentless need to know things. We as a species are exponentially increasing our capacity to ask difficult questions, conceptual or otherwise. Coupled with this is our capacity to answer them, to provide evidence, to implement logic and reasoning to what we have discovered so far, in the hope of deducing what knowledge there is yet to come.
Yet, as we pursue our endless scientific and philosophical endeavours we must remember something. We are still very much afraid of the unknown. And this, ladies and gents, is what I believe to be the first ingredient when brewing a religion. Fear.
When human kind was roaming the surface of the planet, between 100,000 – 250,000 years ago in it’s tribal and primitive fashion, we had much to be fearful of. Alongside the everyday struggle of hunger, fighting neighbouring…
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