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Featured Post: Story from Christopher Dy of N03

I love this story for its thoughtful take on how we came to be.

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The universe is a curious matter to discuss, because of the fact that it holds so many mysteries, the depth seems to be limitless that humans alone can’t distinguish where it starts or ends. The world that we remember began with cavemen, but the earlier forms of humans even before cavemen can’t be traced down due to some unknown circumstances, some believed that we simply evolved from monkeys. The story took place before cavemen or monkeys even existed, before there were any signs of life. We humans are simply three dimensional beings that came from two dimensional things that we call “nothing”. Using some principles from physics the nothing we know of composes of two things that is matter and anti-matter, together they form “nothing” but broken apart and mingling with other “nothing” they form something. The things that can forcefully break apart and merge “nothing” are those that are higher than us, those that we cannot understand, and something higher than us. We may call these beings God for making miracles happen, but there might be higher beings than them. Being a three-dimensional being we can only manage to make three dimensional structures, but those that are four dimensional can easily make three dimensional things, just as easy as how we can easily draw two dimensional figures.

For more, check out Christopher’s site here.

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