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“The Fall” relates the account of a constant conflict between politics, religion, and science. Politics instills extremes ambitions into people that can result in self-destruction and Icarusian fall. Beliefs, creeds, and prejudices could turn to flights of upward stairs toward unknown destination: the higher you get, the more dangerous and sever the fall becomes. Science, on the other hand, uses forceful and stubborn reasoning to reject all beliefs as superstition, and thinks of the earth as the ultimate, reliably firm place far exceeding the heavens. The vicious cycle of this conflict will eternally spin between heaven and earth.