IF HUMAN BEINGS A FEW EONS FROM NOW visited a new universe, they'd probably expect to learn some incredibly new things. But to the degree they insisted on holding on to the "facts" of their old universe and considered them the only possible standard for truth, their exploration of the new universe might be frustratingly slow.
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