By Eduard Horn
[Snip] Since the beginning of time we have explored every aspect of this physical world. We try to explore as far as the furthest reaches of space, or on a quantum level where everything is so minute that it will take a lot of time and effort to find the answers that we are looking for, if we will ever find it. We have satellites on every continent searching through images, signals and sound waves looking for intelligent life that originate from somewhere else.
We never stop searching; we keep on looking for the one thing that eludes us. It does not matter that we do not know what that thing is, the act of searching is in a way enough for us to keep us going. Maybe we are programmed to carry on searching on whatever level we choose, making sense of all the things we discover along the way. Probably some of the most useful discoveries will be made without trying to discover anything, falling into our lap as a reward for trying.