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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Dinosaurs and Civilizations

Nature bestows its tolerance on the feeble and meek creatures but it shows no mercy to the burly dinosaurs. Whatever becomes a dinosaur is made extinct—this law of nature applies to the civilizations as well; when a civilization has reached the stage of peak development, it’s like a dinosaur, a creature that does not have any further evolutionary potential and is devoted merely to feeding and protecting itself, and that is when nature’s infinite sword falls on the civilization’s neck, making it extinct. The end of potential for further evolution or progress marks the end of a civilization.

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