- Feb 2, 2021
If you believe in evolution, the first primates evolved around 124 million years ago. Homo sapiens, or modern man appeared around 800,000 years ago. But it has only been the last 150 years that we invented the internal combustion engine, harnessed the power of electricity for our day to day use, invented mind boggling communication and transportation systems, landed a man on another celestial body, split the atom, learned to look at our world and ourselves on a microscopic level, and found treatments for what were once catastrophic diseases. I believe that energy sources exist that our minds can’t even grasp yet. I think it is entirely plausible that someday, curing cancer might be as simple as a visit to the doctor and a prescription at the local pharmacy. I think we will discover that “ghosts” are nothing more than residual human energy left behind by those who have passed. And someday that residual energy will be used to solve crimes, much like DNA. Even as I post this message, if I so chose, I could talk with someone on the other side of the world, face to face. When our forefathers first landed in the New World, the journey took months. All of the advancements in the last 150 years. Just a coincidence that they occurred during the rise of a society that value individual freedom and encourages creative thinking? I think not.