It is said that Thales said everything is filled with gods. I can only guess what he meant. Perhaps, looking at black soil as the source of everything, from crop fruits to insects and cockroaches, he imagined that the earth was filled with tiny invisible sprouts. But one thing is certain: he is not talking about Homer’s gods. I know i play guitar like an old man try to keep up poster. The second philosopher we know of is Anaximander, who lived in Miletus at the same time as Thales. Our world, he argues, is just one of a multitude of worlds that spawn and dissolve into what he calls boundless. It is hard to understand what he meant by boundless, but perhaps he did not mention a substance known in the way Thales envisioned.