The Worlds of The World as vast and diverse. Whether a World as in a planet, a world as in a tradition, a world as in a collection of things; whether The Material or Ideological and Immaterial, the variation of worlds seems to be unquantifiable. Each World has its own unique set of quirks that sets it apart and bring it together with other worlds. Is it even possible to know all worlds? Nay, for it takes a lifetime to even know one world completely. One World alone is so unique and pack with information or physical detail, that one can never know everything about a World. Even one is a Master of knowledge to a particular world, The Master is not Omniscient about the world he has Mastery of. So how can one man be Omniscience? For knowing all worlds would mean one must know all details of the past, present and full future of every single world and worlds within those worlds and in betweens all at once. This tasks seems to be impossible from a logical standpoint and the capacity of man's brain at the present is too limited to be omniscience. A man's brain would need to be unlimited in capacity it seems for him to know all things ever, are and ever will be. And yet the diverging structure of world into new and separating worlds would seem to make even the unlimited brain limited in respects to knowing all things. Nonetheless, man thrives to gain knowledge and wisdom despite knowing that he cannot know all. And perhaps this is a good thing, for what other purpose can one's brain function, besides retention, if one's brain is omniscience, if one knows everything about The World.
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