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  • The And Of The Universe

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    “In the beginning the universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.”     -Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe(1980)     This is a statement I agree with as many, many questions have arisen than cannot be answered with todays current understanding of the universe. Some of these questions include morality, the purpose of life, what is free will, what is reality, and so on. These questions have been difficult to answer with

  • The Theory Of The Universe

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    The universe is all the existing matter, space, and energy as a whole. Scientists believe that the universe is now around 10 billion light years in diameter. However, scientists are now arguing over how the universe began, and how the universe will end. One of the most popular, and most reasonable, theory is the Big Bang. This theory posits that the universe was in a bubble a thousand times smaller than a pinhead. Then, out of nowhere, it expanded. The Big Bang wasn’t an explosion; it was the universe

  • The Origin Of The Universe

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    The Origin the Universe was explained over centuries by different people and in different parts of the world. The African myths of Bumba, Bishop Usher (Book of Genesis), Greek philosopher Aristotle’s explanation of eternal universe, German philosopher Immanuel Kant thesis and anti-thesis about the beginning or eternal universe all tried to explain the origins or eternal existence of Universe. Later part of 20th century many scientific theories were more convincing explanations for of the origin of

  • The Creation Of The Universe

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    order to explain the existence and mysteries of the universe and the human beings. And big history is also an origin story, attempting to examine the history of the Universe from the Big Bang, explain the present and predict the future of the universe as well as the human beings. One of the most important theme found in the Big history is the idea of increasing complexity and the term of “Goldilocks conditions”, Christian suggests that the universe creates complexity when these conditions require a

  • The Studies of the Universe

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    Consider the universe. It is never boundless, never-ending and contains everything that has ever been or ever will be. Mankind has always been interested in what lies beyond the world that we know and finding what else is out there. The universe includes everything from the largest stars to the smallest particles. Exploring the universe is more than just space travel it includes exploring the world and all it contains. It can lead to cures for new diseases, the discovery of new elements, finding

  • The Myth Of The Universe

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    world began, these stories are known as creation stories or creation myths. Creation myths can give those reading them a better understanding of the values within the culture that they were created. The myth of creation explains the origin of the universe, describing how the world and its animate and inanimate entities were created (El-Asward, Garry, & El-Shamy, 2005, p.24-31). A major similarity in each of the different creation stories is the idea of water as the elemental source of life. For example

  • The Universe : The Biggest And Smallest

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    “In the known universe, size matters” (Known Universe: The Biggest and Smallest). The National Geographic documentary Known Universe: The Biggest and Smallest explores how size shapes our universe from the largest stars to the miniscule atom. Through discussing topics such as the reclassification of Pluto, Kepler space mission, and particle colliders, the documentary helped inform and motivate me to search for up-to-date information on these topics. Alternatively, the documentary does well to visualize

  • The Reality Of The Universe

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    of our universe was shrunk into a calendar year. This puts not only time, but our limitations into perspective. Such vast numbers cannot be comprehended by our minds, hence the popular calendar metaphor. Studying astronomy makes aware to us our limitations and thus reveals an awe-inspiring new realm that we could not have grasped even a glimpse of before. Neil deGrasse Tyson begins us on our journey through the universe by giving us our cosmic address – where we are in our vast universe. It goes

  • Cosmology : The Origin Of The Universe

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    Cosmology is the study of the origin of the universe in the sense of how it comes into being. At the foundation of nearly every culture is a creation myth that explains how Earth in its entity came to be. These myths have an immense influence on people’s framework of reference. They all come from one early source and are different only because time and local cultural circumstances have embellished or altered them. Despite being separated by numerous geographical barriers; many cultures before and

  • Christ : The Center Of The Universe

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    CHRIST THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE Elements of Franciscan Unity Christ Centered [Paraphrased] Franciscan spirituality is Christocentric ….in that Francis fell in love with Jesus and that love transformed [his] life. … The Joint Committee’s Mission is: To make Jesus known to all – and To pray and work for the unity and reconciliation of humanity and creation. Summary of Colossians 1:15-20 Jesus is the image of the invisible God and the firstborn of all creation. All, in heaven and