"We will never fully understand the universe. We are born into the barriers of our own reality. We are conditioned from the moment we are conceived, to think within human limitations. Our minds will never fully grasp the worlds outside our own because we began here and we will end here. We are limited by our senses and our creations, we are limited by our technology and our simple thoughts. There are so many things outside of our realm of imagination that exist, and we cannot even fathom them because we are so limited. All we have in common with the rest of the universe is mathematics, but even then it is thought to vary. Math and time, which seem so reliable to us, can be distorted and thrown into pieces in a black hole. What if a black hole swallowed us alive and time no longer existed, but we kept living like it did. Time is a human invention, we use clocks and stop watches to measure something that doesn’t even exist. What if time doesn’t exist at all, but we die any how because we kill ourselves. What if a man who lived outside of human nature lived forever? But the moment he made contact with man, he would fall dead to his knees? What if all of our laws of nature were wrong? It seems foolish that the laws for our one little solar system would apply to the endless reaches of space. (We know more about outer space than our own ocean). I just like to think sometimes, that nothing exists but us, and we create ourselves and we destroy ourselves. There is no such thing as change, it is a human invention. And that we will be our own demise. Human nature is a virus and it spreads like wild fire, eating away at us until we die out like a small flame. We destroy ourselves."