Is it relevant to the topic of human development into a galactic citizenship – for lack of a better-understood word – to introduce the idea of radio-carbon dating as a tool for archaeology? Perhaps not, if you are, in so doing, in effect derailing the essential idea of development in favor of the notion of linear thinking, non-simultaneous awareness. Radio-carbon dating as a means for ascertaining an immaterial object’s date of formation really has nothing to do with the reality of where and how it was made, by whom and for what purpose. That, could it be read by a machine, would have a much greater relevance to the topic of development. Alas, you do not have such a machine (yet) so you must rely on your ability to be flexible when it comes to ideas of time, art and evolution. The idea of relative time and space coordinates being a figment of the imagination likewise is not relevant to the idea of development. These things may be relevant to the discussion, however, and so may be said dross is part of gold’s makeup while it exists in natural states of transformation and mutation. Once the longer stretches of time comes again to its reset point, nothing will be relevant to the this discussion at all, as humans will have reached a stage of development that renders all associative reasoning mute. The voice of questioning will fall silent, as knowingness speaks. Some of the questions will return to the questioner and pass into the dimension of answers. Those that don’t are relevant to “why?” Dreaming of a perfect place to line up for the lottery winnings has passed into the dimension of “what?” and fond regards to your dramatic longstanding rivalry with Nemesis is gone into the realm of “concern dissolved”. Once you no longer need the dimension of questions answered, the whole subject of “what does all of this mean?” becomes a new home to lost questions seeking answers, and only the most relevant questions remain, such as “do you know how valuable you are?” and “what can I do to share love?”. Why are these considered to be relevant, while questions like “do I matter at all?” become increasingly ungrounded disturbances? Because the answers to such questions represent the end of the road for human development, you see. To answer the relevant question always answers the question of celestial origins and love as the key and foundation to putting any other discussion into the realm of “questionable questions”. Only the answer “that too is love” is relevant to everything.