posted on Dec, 5 2005 @ 08:58 PM
You have touched on something that has been puzzling me for a very long time.
+/-7, 000 years of horse drawn carriages, candles for light, not knowing how the atom works and who knows how many other primitive beliefs and such,
as well as the 30 million years before that when the human race was developing after the dinosaurs, then, in a matter of 100 years, just one hundred,
we suddenly have internal combustion engines, nuclear power, the radio, television, fibre-optics, space-travel, a probe leaving our solar system, air
travel, electric trains, two world wars, our population sees an unprecedented increase, satellites go up, and electric computers have gone from
absolutely not existing to what I am typing on, a state of the art thing capable of who knows how many calculations per minute that is available to
the public, so who knows what the military's are using.
After all that time, those advancements, and many, many, many more unnamed here, just all crop up in the tiniest fraction of all time, and
revolutionize society as we know it.
I, for one, definitely think some is, or did, go amiss.