Gertrude van Voorden Posted almost 2 years ago Alexander Tsiaras: Conception to birth -- visualized If all those who commented had really let the video/talk sink in, would awe not have been foremost in the mind. With that would killing another, making war not seem utterly ridiculous, a tremendous waste of investment. The embryo has no gender, possibly not even a colour that would show its race, let alone a mind that knows its religion. We are brilliant architecture. And another sciencefield regards it as impossible that there are not many planets where life is happening. How logical it would be that there are much more advanced civillisations and possibly also much more evil. Which person has not felt as if there was a certain plan in one's life, repeating certain patterns as if to learn something or to get something right. The need to prove one is right by one's own religious affiliation is outmoded and contraroductive, it does not benefit the majority but serves the gain of a minority. It is equality that makes a people thrive and where would we be, without different people persuing different paths/studies etc. Can the professor exist without a carmechanic or a bricklayer? And if evolution, or creation per chance was true, then where is it happening now? Or are the same buildingblocks of chemicals no longer present? Sumerian tablets, archeology often prove the truth of many sacred texts.Yet the whole picture eludes us But is every step of discovery by a brilliant goodwilling mind, not simply fantastic. Can a realizing of all that went into our own makings, make us better human beings, more respectful of life. Could we stop fighting about religions and start applying them as manuals of how to form cohesive, functional societies, to support all participants thrive? Or is fighting, oppressing, domineering essential to our human development? Is their wisdom in this? If so, what is the benefit of destroying others, other people, whole cultures?