The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge. —Stephen Hawking.
Human understanding of this world is limited by our own imagination. What we firmly believe is nothing more significant than superstitions. It doesn’t exist. They are imagined orders. We build stories around it, develop myths, transfer these thoughts to generations, like a defective DNA. If we are working on correcting DNAs for a healthy intelligent life for our children, it’s time to correct those myths which we have been telling for last 5000 years. Blind faith on stories which our ‘far lesser versions’ told each other. If someone goes to sleep in 1916 and wakes up at 2016, he would feel like a farmer from Kenya visiting Palo Alto. He would not identify anything there.
Many of us who embrace stories and myths told thousands of years ago, lack imagination to tell new stories. It’s time for new holy books backed by new knowledge acquired by humanity. Not pretentious wisdom by human beings who never knew what a line of code in a computer program.