Dinosaurs. Νείκος. Φιλότης.

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A new publication on the bird-like dinosaur Avimimus, from the late-Cretaceous suggests they were gregarious, social animals – evidence that flies in the face of the long-held mysticism surrounding dinosaurs as solo creatures.

“The common mythology of dinosaurs depicts solitary, vicious monsters running around eating everything,” explains Gregory Funston, PhD student and Vanier scholar at the University of Alberta. “Our discovery demonstrates that dinosaurs are more similar to modern animals than people appreciate. Although the players are different, this evidence shows that dinosaurs were social beings with gregarious behaviour who lived and died together in groups”. (1)

No matter how hard they fight against each other…

Animals like to be together.

No matter how much we resent each other…

Humans like to be together.

No matter how incompatible they are…

Even atoms like to bond together.

Νεῖκος και Φιλότης… [Love and Strife]

The forces forming the universe.

At the end we all want to be One. And when we are One, we will know we are all different. Living and dying together…

Why “antitheseis” exists.

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The world is full of things which are in “anti-thesis” (Gr. αντίθεση) with each other. And this results in some antiphasis (Gr. αντιφάσεις) which cannot be resolved and buffle us. But why should antithesis exist in the first place?

The reason is simple: Our senses and our model of thinking is based on them. Without them, we would not be able to understand anything! Because you can only understand something when you compare it with its opposite. Light only has a meaning when you compare it to darknes…

Without antitheseis, the world would be One. As it really is…

Without senses (after death?), the world would be One. As it really is.