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Is knowledge linear? Or does it turn back on itself like a circle, or loop? That is, is it cyclical in nature? If not, then does it continue forever forward (and fork and branch out like tree branches): and is therefore cumulative? Or does it have an end? Furthermore—in the senses aforementioned—is the nature of time similar to that of knowledge?



Lastly, will we ever know? If yes, then when will we know (it)? And will we still be here by then for it to make any difference to us and humanity?

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