lunes, 27 de enero de 2014

The vacuum is more important than full

It is conceivable that the stomach and uterus are the most important for the conservation of individual species and organs.

If we are wrong, and we should be better, we can not keep repeating the same criteria and procedures that have brought us to this situation.

This article is aimed at those who struggle to be dissatisfied better.

Needless to say that any new idea is so worthless as a newborn. Both the new idea as the little baby need to be developed because they work only when they are born and cause costs.

The newborn thought exactly says: "What is more productive is empty what's full."

I'm thinking only in humans, the brain is full but is less productive than an empty stomach, because it compels us to produce food, the heart is full but is less productive than an empty uterus that allows us to re-produce us.

Of course we can not ignore or brain or heart because these organs are essential auxiliary productive phenomenon that allows us to retain each individual and essential reproductive phenomenon that allows us to preserve the species.

As the preservation and conservation of individual species are our Unique Quest (1), we conclude that our vital organs are the stomach and uterus, while the brain and heart are as vital as any other vital organs for keep alive our anatomy.

So, as I said above, "What is vacuum (embarazable hungry stomach and uterus), is more productive than what is full (the brain is full of neurons and the heart is full of blood)."

(1) Ver blog destinado a La única misión.

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Lo vacío es más importante que lo lleno.

(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.106)

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