Known and strange things

Exploration augments the senses. Within the pursuit of strangeness lies one important truth: we prefer the unknown.  

Can you imagine if the world stopped innovating, where everyone just decided that they’d seen it all! Yet even history compels us to repeat new mistakes

Discovery pushes us forward slowly. There’s a limit to all the novel information we can consume. We need time to process the research.  

If we stay with problems long enough, letting them simmer in the subconscious, the conclusions tend to draw themselves. All the while, expect years to go by misunderstood. 

Human memory connects the dots over time as lucidity restores a type of balance. The others finally catch up to our train of thought.

Chasing down both known and strange things was a calling all along.