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No engineer can form an engine merely by throwing together all the necessary pieces of metal, not even by throwing together all the finished parts. His mind and will must be brought to bear upon them. It is exactly the same with the universe itself. A universal intelligence, a World-Mind and its willed activity, must be active behind it, too.

-- Notebooks Category 27: World-Mind > Chapter 3 : World-Mind and ``Creation'' > # 34