The fundamental flaw in the conventional approach to understanding life is that we think we can fully understand the whole by looking at the individual parts.
Today we take it for granted that children are special beings who require special care and attention. But it was not always so.
Psychologist Carl Jung got interested in UFOs around 1946, shortly after the development of the atom bomb.
The standard narrative tells a story of the increasing merit of materialistic causes. All of this allegedly occurs in a series of inevitable stages.
Many centuries prior to the rise of modern science, the philosophers of antiquity recognized the inherent rationality of the natural word.