Why do we fear the dark?
Why does the mere absence of an electromagnetic wave, we call “light”, threaten us so much?
It affects no more than one of our senses.
Can’t you see how illogical it is?
A tiny species living on a rock floating in a dark universe, dominated by dark matter and dark energy, feel insecure when the lights go off in their small worlds.
That’s specially ironical when you know that they originally started in the darkness of the ocean depth
Blind people aren’t afraid of the dark.
I think it’s really interesting how ancient man found a way to exonerate his absurd ideas from scrutiny; by inventing the concept of “holiness”. Want to protect a silly lie from criticism? Just say that it came from a holly source that’s above inspection.