The first letter seems like a D.
The second letter seems like an R or an E. I'm leaning toward R.
The last letter is either a Y or a G. I'm leaning toward G.
The squiggles in the middle could be anything. Some combination of U or N or L.
It looks like "druning." That makes no sense though.
But it's best to state what we see and go from there.
Might these numbers already indicate a snowball-effect at the beginning of the end of religion or just be some short-term trend?
Did WW2 and the baby-boomers actually confound our society to such a large degree, that it's become all too natural that the inherent dynamics of society is: try to accomplish as long as viability is provided - grow, grow, grow!
Now, wouldn't that be kind of "naive"?
So, what did we learn of history, and how much are historic models generalizeable?
TL;TR: given mediocre historic knowledge - what could stop us from repeating the big mistakes of the past?
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