If life were simple, evolution could not have created living things. Life itself, seemingly subconsciously for us, is constantly and continuously creating new habitat by making new connections and improvements to what already exists. The further evolution proceeds, the more complex the components of the effects of already existing changes become. Similarly, as we grow older, we gain experience that enables us to perform activities that would not be possible without that experience. The tragic is only that such trains of thought can never develop without the already developed progress of our civilization.
Isn’t it somehow strange how it behaves with elements and the life if one puts these in correlation? Materials are to say lifeless, the life is in return penetrated by electricity, whereby we can perceive the life as alive. But without elements, from which the materials have originated, life could not exist. So, in order for evolution to come into being, something must have happened at some time, whereby it became possible for various elements to join together to form something, which we can understand as life in the simplest form known to us. Maybe a life form which is comparable to bacteria. Unfortunately, science is not able to explain these processes exactly, and there are still only assumptions in the room. It remains certainly exciting, because through the past can be possibly brought into experience which ways are open to mankind in the future.
Technology is actually something quite abstruse. Through time alone and the materials available, something has been created that stands somehow between nature and us humans. Technological achievements have made it possible for mankind to create something that would be unattainable for the human mind alone. Since we are bound by the laws of nature, it will never be possible for us to understand the logic of technologies or to apply them comprehensively through our own way of thinking. As living beings, we humans are bound by the laws of nature. Technologies, by nature, are not. There is a great danger in the constant rejection of nature by technologies, because it loses its value through the achievements of man. We humans forget what we are actually capable of as living beings and thus constantly lose our self-esteem. And this without us even being aware of it.
Where does “time” come from?
Where do our “thoughts” arise from?
What is this room we “live” in?
A thought need roots to germinate,
but where do those lead to?
Are thoughts not similar to light?
In its elementary form?
Impulses we form through thought rotate in a circle in technology this days.
-Technology can’t respond like Nature.
How much time does a universe contain,
if you add up the time of every living being?
If each element has energy,
then perhaps we can no longer interpret the resulting image correctly.
What’s outside the universe?