General comments


This is the part of the tree whose leafs have yet to be put into a discovery process.

There exists an infinite number of discoveries that mankind will never make:

The first reason for this is that we’ve discovered more physical dimensions then we can sense.  A blind person’s sense of hearing is more developed than a seeing persons and, therefore, some knowledge can be gained by a blind person but not by a person who can see.  Likewise, some knowledge gained by a seeing person can never be acquired by a blind person. Similarly, not having a sense in these other dimensions will limit our discoveries.

The second reason that mankind will fail to make discoveries is that little exploration occurs where strong authoritative declarations or traditions exists; we simply believe that what we have is adequate. But, it only takes one act to start a change when what we have is inadequate.