The fundamental problem for us to understand the world

The fundamental problem for us to understand the world is that our approach is inconsistent. Kinds are namely fundamentally inconsistent (as Bertrand Russell demonstrated with his paradox). It does thus not matter what the world is, we can’t understand it anyway.

Particle physicists and cladists “think” (ie, believe) they can understand the world, because they can’t understand that they can’t understand it, and belief obviously trumps understanding in the world.

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