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Great Barrier Reef platitudes: more dangerous than sharks

31 August 2020

6:22 PM

31 August 2020

6:22 PM

It has always been the case that the individual is expected to conform and that there is hierarchy within myths.

Myths are of course traditional stories, often explaining a natural phenomenon typically involving supernatural beings or events. Of course, most people, most of the time, are so emersed (and kept so busy) within the established hierarchy and the myth, that they see it as their only reality.

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