I Believe This, to An Extent. ...

I believe this, to an extent. Maybe not ALL things - i.e. I don't think it's possible for a human and a dog to produce offspring. But I do think society has placed too many limits on reality. A perfect example would be science. People who believe that we are the only intelligent life in the universe, and beyond, completely baffle me. We have our laws of physics, but who is to say that they apply everywhere? Just because you can't comprehend something, doesn't mean it's impossible.
belleanomalie belleanomalie
18-21, F
2 Responses Aug 14, 2007

Yes, very well said! Although, according to some of our most rigorous and solid science, the same laws of physics *do* apply everywhere in our universe (a tenet that is fairly fundamental to the Theory of Relativity). For me that is a marvelous thing, rather than a limiting thing. It suggests that there is almost certainly other life out there. :D It also suggests to me that humans are not half as special, chosen and privileged as some groups of us seem to think we are :P

All I can say is right Fu**ing on! In my belief their can be NO way we are the only lifeforms in the universe. And I am not talking about plant/animal life forms. I mean something more intelligent than us in the Universe. Peace,J