Excerpt from a lecture

The universe, as vast as it is, is only comprehensive to those who have taken the time to analyze the hard sciences behind it. Knowledge can be power, but true knowledge is come by through a process of questioning the known and unknown. A theory may be nothing more than proven hypothesis, but each proof is simply an ascertation of the being behind the initial theory. To create is to make new, but to evolve is to take what is in place and alter it so that it may adapt to the environment and period in time. Therefore, our job is much more problematical when dealing with theory and hypothesis for we must not only create what has never been created before, but also nudge what is currently in place so that it may evolve in a manner that will allow it to stand on its own despite what the universe throws at it.

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