Without sounding too anatomically demeaning, we don’t think very much about the three pounds of gray matter that is encased in our skulls. We use it to think, but do we stop to think about why we think and why we accept certain things as truth? The truth as simple as it maybe, is that every day, our brains use a vastly simplified, symbolic model of reality and we store all of it in this relatively small space.
Every day, we are forced to observe critically a world that has been said to be infinitely scaled and interpreted by science. This is a myth, because there are limitations that have been presented to us by science and there are even more limitations provided by religious dogma.
Originally Broadcast On 10/11/2016