Hi everyone. I don't know if this is the right place for this thread, but I couldn't find a better one. In one of the Feynman's interviews, he says "So …altogether I can’t believe the special stories that’ve been made up about our relationship to the universe at large because they seem to be…too simple, too connected, too local, too provincial. The “earth,” He came to “the earth”, one of the aspects God came to “the earth!” mind you, and look at what’s out there…? how can we…? it isn’t in proportion…!" What does he mean by 'proportion'? I guess it has to do with the universe, but what kind of a proportion does he talk about? Any ideas?