Did I ever mention enlightenment as one single moment?
An eternal one?
All of time in one piece?
I don't belabour the point, because who could imagine it?
I have experienced bearded men tilling the land, in Morocco, in the manner they have looked, dressed, been, and done it, since the dawn of history. It's a Biblical scene that hasn't changed.
Anyway, I never claimed I was there for it. It was an illustration. A metaphor. Chosen for its applicability. But you illustrate how people become trapped in the details, finding fault with them, when the details are of no importance whatsoever.
I understand you require them to run your simulation.
I don't need to.
The data is not the message.
The message uses the data as a carrier wave.
If your receiver is out of tune, all you hear is static.