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I can squash an ant, so that makes me it's god.
But god can not squash me. So therefore, my idea of a god would be to not exist for that ant.
And I do exist.
If an single Ant realised itself to be God would it seek to elevate its fellow ants or alternatively rule over them as the one God ant.
So yes, if an ant were to find itself in possession of power greater than that of, say, a thousand of its fellow ants, you can rest assured that it will rule over them. Because that's what animals do. The strongest are the best. They get the kills, they get the spoils, and their children get the future.
reply to post by AfterInfinity
Yes, but ants have not progressed in millions of years, correct? They do not have the intelligence or means to lift off the planet. What we may have in common with ants, or use to, is the common good.