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An Embryonic Conceptualization of the Universe

If a prodigious enwombed embryo: (i) possessed savant mental faculties, (ii) utilized the full range of human perception, and (iii) was adept in the mathematical sciences, including internal-biometrics and theoretical physics.

How accurately could the embryo approximate the source of its origin? How accurately could the embryo envisage the world beyond the womb? How precisely could the embryo visualize a “mother” or “father” with the evidence available?

How much blind faith would eventually be necessary to accurately describe the broader reality?