I’ve always been a very curious person and I’ve loved to look for patterns in things. I’ve loved to understand how things work and to know what the science behind it is. Even so, I’ve always found flaws in so many things. There’s never, what people call it, perfection. Everything has its own cons. Nothing is ever… ideal.
But then there’s nature. Everything about it bothers me. We, humans, have been and still are studying the science behind nature. There’s so much to nature that we don’t know of. There is one thing, though. Everything is so perfect. Everything in nature has a reason.
Everything that we’ve ever learned in science or are going to learn comes from nature. From gravitation to aerodynamics to shapes to thermodynamics to color combinations to architecture to so much more.
“How has this happened?”, I’d ask myself. “Isn’t nature something that happened randomly?”.
I don’t remember if it was Einstein or someone else who said, “Randomness is not random”. My dad had told me this when I was four. We threw stones and my dad me how every once in a while there was some pattern to it and if one studied it, they could find a sequence of it and could know where the next stone is going to land.
I’ve always told myself that. I’ve tried to use that thought in life. There was never any real proof, though. There was nothing I could look at and say, “Hence proved that this statement is right!” and then I noticed what nature was like. Was nature a proof of this statement?
If, as I’ve always believed and also as Elon Musk believes, we live in a simulation, the programmer of the simulation must have spent a hell lot of time in programming nature. The programmer must be someone who was very patient, smart, sensible and very, very planned for only such a person could’ve so gingerly put everything together to get this sort of a result.
Nature truly is brilliant. It’s something still so unexplainable but still so sensible.
Has nature bothered you as much as it has bothered me? What do you think about nature? Let me know in the comments below.
I hope you had a good time reading this.