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In the 20th century our knowledge about past millennia was enriched with something. But there are not many millennia yet. At ten millennia ours knowledge always becomes less. Pupils could enjoy if they have arrived in the school at the tenth last millennium because there isn't much more learning contents from distant millennia yet. About the millions of years of the geological history and about the history of the universe one even must little or almost nothing at all know until the Abitur (Germany!) and also at most higher educations? Perhaps is the reason of this, because this most interesting knowledge is equipped with a very demanding vocabulary. When learning this knowledge it gets soon to the fatigue for heavily imaginable conditions and events with these concepts and theories, which one then often doesn't understand, why there is this name for this. The theories usually understand only the specialists, too. May we hope that there will generally be more chances with less language barriers and thinking barriers for the enrichment of our knowledge about the millions of years of our earth and the universe?
Why should we know something at all and then know even more about that? This also is our past anyway -- we come from it, this is anyway also our great reality -- we belong to this. We can reach valuable orientation knowledge in this direction: Great intelligence and great knowledge happens within the millions of years of the geological history and the history of the universe. Perhaps it still is discovered over a long distance too little, that we have too little recognized the great physics, the great chemistry, the great mathematics with our previous concepts and theories. And why shall we recognize this? It is a pleasure such great physics, so great chemistry, such great mathematics to recognize, which was there already here before us, which comes from greater ones than we are.
The great physics, the great chemistry, the great mathematics doesn't come from us in the geological history and in the universe, because within the corresponding millions of years we weren't here yet. Some people block thinking on here and announce a theory with apparently scientific contents. Shall we give up the thinking at some theories only because this or that theory many people like or is repeated by many people? No-one may hold us back at the thinking about the intellectual origin of the great physics, the great chemistry, the great mathematics within the millions of years. And there isn't any convincing theory which can explain that an intellectual origin of the great physics, the great chemistry, the great mathematics doesn't exist within the millions of years and before the millions of years.
We get closer and get closer at the thinking on in the geological history, in the history of the universe, in the millions of years to the great intellectual origin before the millions of years. The more we thinking on, we get intellectually from the wonderful great reality of the earth and of the universe to the even greater other reality of the great intellectual origin.