The Golden Scale

March 7th, 2005 § 0 comments

Physical ratio’s of intelligence and matter
Seem but a blip, and instant of thought
On a wild desert of misunderstanding.

The greatest discovery of man is made
Not in the methane storms of Europa
But in the uncertainties of human evolution.

Guess’s become transparent facts
As reality is sliced into particles of comparative truth
And incomprehensible intelligence and meaning.

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