Past The End of the Pier

" ... science over the past 400 years has been tremendously successful. We have reached the moon, eradicated smallpox, built the Internet, tripled lifespans, and increasingly tapped into those mind-blowing truths around us. We've found them to be deeper and more beautiful than anyone could have guessed.
But when we reach the end of the pier of everything we know we find that it only takes us part of the way.
Beyond that all we see is uncharted water. Past the end of the pier lies all the mystery about our deeply strange existence: the equivalence of mass and energy, dark matter, multiple spatial dimensions, how to build consciousness, and the big questions of meaning and existence."

From Beyond God and Atheism: Why I am a Possibilian by David Eagleman, New Scientist 27 September 2009

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