The world is as we see it: the perception of the viewer’s eyes, no more or no less. Governed by a certainty of principles in time and set purpose.
Ever changing, yet remaining the same to the cosmos as it has for millennia.
As it would seem and expected to be.
However, that is not the case at all. It is true that the world is certainly set by an order of rules; nature is defined by the very definition time and repetition.
Seasons come and go, oceans fall from the melting of ice or dawn of new ice ages, mountains twist and rise under the strain of tectonic force.
The march of evolution follows these rules as well, as nothing can adapt instantaneously overnight, a fish didn’t wake up one morning and believed it could breathe air.
No more than a snail could teach itself to fly; evolution takes an arduous pace of time.
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