There is the old story about the four blind Hindu wise men who are describing an elephant. One hugs the elephant's leg and says it is like a tree. Another takes hold of the trunk and says the elephant is like a giant snake. Another pulls on the elephant's tail and argues that the creature is like a rope. The last wise man slides his hand against the tusk and says the elephant is just like a smooth spear. So some say God is Yahweh the Holy One. Others say God is Allah, the all-powerful. Some worship science as if it is god. Still, others argue god is Kali, the goddess of destruction. Still, others deny there is an elephant in the room at all. The blind ones fight for their snippet as if they know better than the rest. They all go to great lengths-- ad infinitum, ad nauseam. Could there be clues hidden in all of them? Does it matter?