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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    A world without Ti would actually just be a world without any peoples able to understand the world logically. There would never had anybody to understand how to build tools with flints or to master the fire. We would never had supassed the animal status. But it still be Te there, so we were just animals, with pure instincts and able to conquer and control territories. But of course, humans are weaker animals, and without Ti, humans would have probably never survived because Ti is what allow to humans to surpass animals by gaining leverage on the world because of their logical understanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    A world without Ti would actually just be a world without any peoples able to understand the world logically. There would never had anybody to understand how to build tools with flints or to master the fire. We would never had supassed the animal status. But it still be Te there, so we were just animals, with pure instincts and able to conquer and control territories. But of course, humans are weaker animals, and without Ti, humans would have probably never survived because Ti is what allow to humans to surpass animals by gaining leverage on the world because of their logical understanding.
    True, very true. Not being able to think outside the box or creatively would never lead to inventions, thus we would be living as cavemen, though Ti is also present-oriented, so we would let pass lots of opportunities in certain things because our analysis of the "now" would be inexistent! Which is complimentary to what I wrote earlier.
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