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"When we read through the whole civilization of human being, it seems so proud to us. However, if we look out to the whole universe, we should be very humble. When we know the real age of the universe, we should be desperately forget ego."

This is my own quote when checking all philosophies in our history. However, I'm changing my view a little bit these years beyond the restriction of Agnosticism. The universe seems pervasively vast,but it maybe just an illusion due to the scale we perceived. The time and space in Einstein's explanations helped us to understand universe in a closer intimacy. But there could be further understandings we can explore. If the universe is purely in a nutshell, or someday when our intelligence realize it is really in a nutshell, what we would do?