- Carl Sagan in Cosmos
If we look at what the text above means to say its : keep looking for things you dont know n you will tumble upon more things u dont know. And in the process u may* end up discovering things new in themselves. This is supposed to be the path of intellect, the way logic works n the place where it should end. So if everybody follows this policy, OMG, i think we would have evolution (intellectual) at speed of thought. Sounds very enticing, but alas we arent ideal beings.
Laziness, implied by ignorance rules our lives, n we dont pursue the necessary. I mean we do, but this latter "we" are inevitably rare. If we manage to increase this "we" we can fast forward our progress blazingly. But we are too much engrossed in our lives, n that seems natural, man is a social being first, intellectual after that...
* subject to one's iq:eq preference.
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