An engineering student did so well in school that he gained admission into the most prestigious science institute in the world.
At this institution, they were on the cutting edge of every problem mankind faced, as well as on the front lines of every discovery that would benefit mankind.
The student’s whole life was dedicated to science.
Ever since he was young, he found solace in the stability of knowing the true realities of the universe,
...the Knowledge of All Things.
His first class at the institute was taught by a new professor; a string theorist who also led a new branch of philosophy.
On the first day of class, he laid out the syllabus and plan for the course, but he also gave this statement:
“If you really care about this discipline, I want you to destroy it.”
The other students in the class were understandably shocked by this statement, and not everyone agreed with his sentiment; but the new student took up his challenge…
...and eventually he was successful.