Time's Eye Themes

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Time vs Life

In an effort to salvage what is believed to be of utmost importance, the Firstborn cause earth's timeline to be fragmented. They do so because they believe that while not human themselves, there is nothing in the universe that is more important than life itself. Having watched the universe since very early time began, they came to appreciate that life is the most precious of all things. With unlimited knowledge and power, they watch as the universe evolves and all matter speeds further and further away from itself and everything else. They come to the conclusion that everything as they know it is merely "circling the drain." They recognize how fragile life of any kind is, and the knowledge that eventually there will be nothing causing a temporary madness to occur. They wage great wars against each other in frustration and in a lack of understanding...

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