Sometimes when we look at human history, we naturally tend to look at it through the times that we live in and as such, through our own lens and understanding of that time. Let me give an example. When I was a child, one was not legally considered to be an adult until the age of 21...and up until that age our parents were still responsible for us. I remembered when they lowered it to 18 years of age. As time moved on they began to lower it even more if a crime was committed...meaning that one could be tried as an adult at age 15 or 14 or 13. In the state of Georgia one could be executed as young as the age of 7. I don't know if they still have that law on the books. As time moved on and I grew a little more, I began to see two laws going on...the laws of man and the laws of nature. But before I get into that, I find it rather strange that the law said that you're an adult at 18 and yet no where in America that I'm aware of can an 18 year old go in a liquor store and buy alcohol unless they are legally 21 years of age. Someone please correct me if it is different in other parts of the country. So here is a clear contradiction....one can be old enough to die in a war but not old enough to drink. The question now needs to be asked; "Does nature make mistakes"??? I think that this has to be answered before we can go any further. Does Nature Make Mistakes??? If so, why? If not, why not?