We realized somewhere along the way that our search for consistency - looking for the black-and-whites, trying to find some sort of clear answer - was inherently flawed; and that it is our inconsistent moments that brings about change, and that makes us human. -EMILY KUNSTLER

...speaking about making the film, William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe.
http://www.democracynow.org/2009/11/12/william_kunstler_disturbing_the_universe
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When we look at the mysteries of life - the great complexities - and vague trajectories of past and future, we must believe in some framework to understand what comes our way.

While whatever comes our way - reality - can be deconstructed and understood at the material level; no amount of understanding can reconstruct reality out of the material constituents. Constructing reality requires ongoing novelty, random creativity, and irrational luck.

So whether it is defined through the spirituality of some faith in whatever - or defined through whatever complexity can be revealed by science - it is still the same all-encompassing, big picture of reality that is being related to, regardless of whatever framework we believe in (as best we can).
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Pyrolysis creates reduced carbon! ...Time for the next step in our evolutionary symbiosis with fire.