posted on Oct, 17 2016 @ 05:46 AM
I think it is interesting that we seem to continually run into a few fundamental questions about ourselves and the universe we experience in this
Questions such as:
What are we, anyway? After all, "human beings" is just a label. What is conciousness and where does it spring from?
How can anything be proven to be objectively true when none of us can step beyond the limits of our own perception? And how can we observe our world
and our reality when we are forever (seemingly) doomed to observe it from the inside?
These are questions that philosophers struggled with and theorized about for a long time, and I think one of the most interesting points of the whole
ufo phenomenon is that is forces us to grapple with how little we really understand.
It is more than a bit humbling to have to admit that our current scientific knowledge about how the universe operates and what it is, is so flimsy
that virtually any piece of knowledge can be brought down to either " we do not know" or " because that's how it is" with just a couple of iterations
of the humble question "why?"
Try it for yourself, it's great fun..
And I think we as a species/entity/thing/wossname could do well with injecting a little humility into our biochemical
processes/conciousness/thoughts/whatsit now and again.
Just my severely limited by own conciousness and perception of reality thoughts.
edit on 17-10-2016 by beetee because: (no reason given)