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  1. In nature, there are no definitions-right, wrong, and even more so there are no concepts-error or infallibility. These are all fictions of our consciousness. Nature has only laws that are perfectly executed. Most of these laws are unknown to us and, worst of all, they cannot even be formulated verbally, and therefore understood from the point of view of common sense. We study these laws using special tools such as mathematics, physics, biology, quantum physics, principles of self-organization, etc. So far, we have been able to do this, and we can predict, with varying accuracy, some natural phenomena both on a planetary scale and in relation to the Solar system and the universe. The creation of artificial intelligence is on the way, after which a giant leap in the knowledge of the laws of nature, including human nature, is expected.

  2. We are all errors of nature. It happens that nature creates animals that are not able to survive in the conditions of their habitat. A prime example is the panda, a dead-end branch of evolution. This predatory animal has changed its diet in the past, but has never been able to get used to it. Constipation and indigestion in these bamboo forest dwellers are not uncommon. Also, the color of these animals is not intended for camouflage at all. Well, very strange breeding cycles do not give them a chance to survive.

    In general, there are many examples of “errors of nature”in man himself. This is the pharynx, which serves for eating and breathing. This is an inability to biosynthesize vitamin C. This is a very narrow channel of childbearing. And much more…

  3. If nature hadn't made a mistake, we wouldn't be here. We are the product of a random mutation that occurred 2.5 million years ago. Mutations contributed to the development of the speech apparatus and reduced muscle volume.

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