Hamolinadir met Beelzebub on his visit to Babylon and took him to the meetings of the learned beings on the then "burning-question-of- the-day"; namely whether man had a soul. Seven months later, when there was held a "general-learned-Conference" on this subject, amongst all the learned beings of Babylon, both those brought by force and those who came later of their own volition to this centre of learning, both he and Beelzebub attended. Hamolinadir spoke of it but his report was entitled the "Instability of Human Reason", He commenced with a masterly analysis of the head brain but then, becoming more and more agitated, he started to shout, all the time mercilessly criticising his own reason, At this point he broke down but continuing to shout, proved how easy it was to convince the human reason of anything, After calming himself a little with a glass of water he continued with the "Burning-question-of-the-day", showing that the arguments of both those who proved there was a soul and those who proved the contrary to be equally logical and convincing, and that he was an "idiot-cubed". He finished his address by saying that there, now in Babylon, everyone was building a tower by which they could ascend to Heaven to see what was going on. But that as the bricks of this tower were all of different material, some iron, some even eider down, the tower would fall and, as he personally had no desire to be crushed by the tower of Babel, he would leave immediately. There and then he left for Nineveh where he lived happily to a ripe old age growing maize.