****WEEK 13 PARAGUAY CONTINUES TO RECOGNIZE TAIWAN. EUROPEANS FIND THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH.
On behalf of the traffic lights, they say they are to shy to say it themselves, it is a gift to be born on this side of really knowing the universe is here. They also say looking at the stars at night and then deciding on paper next day whether or not the three dimensions have a limiting external circumference maybe the right way of allowing an earth adjustment to the reality of existence. Divine creators or divine professors may be able to prove that's an unwise thing to do. The bottom line for the traffic lights evidently is earth adults dogmatically tricking earth kids about the reason of existence is incoherent parenting.
Or galactic professors and on screen galactic stars of good will are the glamour of it all.
The more galactic miles untruth travels as truth, the worse things get amongst us humans you would reckon.
Anyway, because of the finite nature of a planet, we are under some sort of natural test that we may not even like.
The test outcome depends largely on whether successive generations collectively believe this planet and its journey to be worthwhile.
One earth point of view. A lot has to have gone right for the knowledge of this planet to get to where it is today. Whether animal existence is run of the mill or greater than lottery odds, no one on earth is born earth hating inside of themselves. Arguably most all have a post birth definition of a forever beauty developing within. Instead of having the tides and planetary motion out of whack in the heads of our school teachers, it really wouldn't hurt to be having an honest go at making the most of this planet at this later hour. For all the woes, life is not that bad here on earth. But each to their own. Even with the tides and planetary motion sorted out, some might still consider the earth to be inherently not worthwhile.
Long term futuristically, the other side of that coin is, whatever is done, life on this planet may have a sunset clause. But who could really know a thing like that. When you think of the endlessness of Pi, it could go forever.
Another earth point of view. An earth animal end happening before some sort of recognition of not coming from a big bang is not to good. If existences are carried beyond our bodies, probably wouldn't hurt viewing life through that scientific lens. The first question there is whether or not a night time dream occurs on atomic or other matter. Or just what is going on. If there is survival of self beyond the body, future earth has its question of how so to rationally address. It could be time for a new earth thinking cap about the nature of life. This point of view is when we die where our dreams take place leaves our body.
If consideration of whether or not the x,y and z axes are self limiting was a good step, after that the following step and steps to follow should become apparent on a generational basis. Progressive knowledge suggests intelligence follows steps. If ultimate intelligence is good or good will, in the context of the earth's own logistics, there will be something appropriate for the earth to do next and next. On Mars they had a cup of tea and a tomato sandwich. And then they washed all the dishes in the microwave. So the traffic lights had a hiccup and that might be why they have materialized on earth.
Here there seems to be just this weird little educational predicament. Earth professors with spare time will work out why. Probably something to do with assuming that the aura of hubris provided by an earth education is naturally aligned with intellectual integrity and truth. If that's all our problem is, it should sort out. That problem aside, we do know the universe exists. We do understand its enormity relative to our planet and also the smallness of a microbe relative to our lifestyles. It's unlikely that giraffes, for instance, understand that sort of relativity.