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    27. What is a Difference between Lifeless and Animated Matter? • There are two aspects of life. When we perceive something as ‘substance’ it is in reality something “living” from “THE ASPECT OF SUBSTANCE”. When we perceive something as alive it is, in reality, the substance we see from “THE ASPECT OF LIFE”. The ability to feel life from “THE ASPECT OF SUBSTANCE” have PRIMITIVE stages of development. The ability to SENSE The Substance from “THE ASPECT OF LIFE” have beings on the threshold of “The Great Birth”. • ‘Lifeless’ matter & living matter are EQUALLY ALIVE. The only difference is in a ‘TYPE’ of CONSCIOUSNESS which is bound to / reincarnates in the matter. ‘Lifeless matter’ functions governed by Habitual Consciousness only, while ‘animated’ matter functions in both “Habitual” & “Day-Consciousness” Modes. ‘ORGANIC’ MATTER ARISES WHEN ‘RADIANT’ – MENTAL ENERGY /Consciousness CONNECTS WITH ‘lifeless’ matter in any of its forms (solid, liquid, gaseous). Such connection makes matter visibly altered and independently working. • Matter is considered as ‘animated’ IF shows INDEPENDENCE, IF has the ability of REPRODUCING, and IF DOES NOT AGE IMMEDIATELY, but RESIST THE PROCESS for a while, and starts to age after the culmination of growth. Plant and animal substances have a certain period where triumphantly resist the "tooth of time". (The…

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    Dark Matter

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    Dark matter and dark energy are perhaps the biggest mysteries in the universe. Dark matter makes up 26% of the universe, dark energy makes up 69% of the universe, and ‘normal’ matter- everything visually observed in the universe- makes up only 5% of the universe. Dark matter and energy are thought to be explanations for various phenomena that have been observed in deep space. Dark matter is matter that cannot be detected by its absorption or emission of electromagnetic radiation. Scientists…

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    Dark Matter

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    Dark matter is matter that cannot be directly seen because it does not interact with light. This mysterious matter makes up the majority of mass in a galaxy. Although we cannot see dark matter we know that it is out there because we can see it effecting the motion of the stars in a galaxy and gravitational lensing. The first piece of evidence for dark matter is in the way we have observed galaxies moving. You would likely expect their behavior to replicate that of the Sun and the planets, with…

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    Essay On Dark Matter

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    Dark matter leaves astronomers and physicists baffled as to what it possibly could be. Scientists design experiments to attempt to figure out what it is, but no one truly knows what composes dark matter. Physicists are so interested in understanding dark matter because it accounts for the formation of the Universe, as observable through studying the distribution of gravity within galaxies (Carnegie). Original attempts at studying dark matter referred to dark matter as baryonic, which is a word…

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    Matter In English Language

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    context. For instance, “Black Lives Matter” is a phrase created to represent a movement that continues to be a problem in our society “black lives.” Why choose the word matter? How does matter correlate to the significance of justice and race to represent black lives? In the book Citizen, by Claudia Rankine and the Spike Lee Film, Fight the Power, both depict/interpret the meaning of “matter” of racial injustice in their writing and film. Rankine’s writing in her vignettes relates to various…

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    Hairy Dark Matter

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    Dark matter and dark energy are phantoms of the scientific community. The scientific community has tried to detect dark matter for decades. Hairy dark matter could be the key to the secrets of the Big Bang and the events that occurred afterwards. Condensed filaments of dark matter, hairs, in our galactic neighborhood could be used to gather incredible amounts of data that was previously unavailable to us. Hairy dark matter is a type of dark matter, formed by the gravity of space objects, that…

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    One concept that has interested is dark matter and dark energy. Dark matter is the thing that makes it possible for galaxies to exist. When astrophysicists and cosmologist calculated why the universe is structure the way it is, it became clear that there’s just not enough normal matter. The gravity of the visible matter is not strong enough to from galaxies and complex structures. The starts would more likely be scattered all over the place and not form galaxies. Therefore, cosmologist concluded…

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    inquisitive mind reading this, will immediately have two distinct phrases come to mind: Dark matter and dark energy. From being mentioned in groundbreaking scientific journals and television and movie series’ to even this essay you are reading, dark matter and its existence has made quite the impression on scientists, documentarians and aspiring students.…

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    What are Dark Matter and Dark Energy? Introduction: To start with, Dark Matter is invisible material that permeates the galaxies. It exerts a gravitational influence on the stars causing them to deviate from Newton’s and Kepler’s laws. Dark Matter also affects members of a group of galaxies. The nature and composition of the Dark Matter are unknown. In space there is a lot of totally empty space, the vacuum, which contains energy. This energy is variously called Dark Energy and also may be…

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    “Katie slipped on a pair of beat- up converses sneakers. The chest of drawers stood largely empty and there was almost no food in the kitchen but as she stepped out of the house and into the sunshine and headed towards the store, she thought to herself, this is home. Drawing in a deeply scented breath of hyacinth and fresh- cut grass, she knew she hadn't been happier in years “ . (Sparks) Katie is finally happy she found a safe haven, safer place to live. Katie is learning to be independent and…

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