Law of Nature?

All ORGANIZED Religions are manufakchurred belief systems (==Software) which are in konflikt with homo sapien Genetic kode==LAW OF NATURE (=Hardware), YET are the last part of the LAW OF NATURE,  which is (last part only),  ""survive & thrive as far into the FORE-SEE-ABLE  future as possible."". So, is hardware more important or software?? Is our (homo sapien) existence HARDWARE  or  SOFTWARE?? Software is between the Ears while Hardware is between the Legs.

How to take decision day to day? This is big Konflikt bkoz of Religion which is anti Law of Nature..  WHATT0D0?

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New research links urban planning and political polarization.

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