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IDEA LOGIC


Which is simpler?:

"All of science", OR:

"An idea of an idea is a big idea." ?

Apparently, the idea that everything was invented after ideas is
simpler than the idea that everything is most reasonable. For
what could prove that everything is most reasonable, other than
the idea that it simply happens to be?

An idea does not simply happen to be, but offers an explanation
for understanding.

Further, we might say that there are ideas bigger than an idea,
and this might explain how some things are unexplained, that is,
things bigger than the first idea humanity had.

It takes no more than power or technology, which might exist in
infinity, to explain how ideas became more than ideas. After all,
the life we live is fairly basic other than ideas. Thus, it makes
sense that for the time being, ideas are our biggest idea.




           
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