Cosmic Origin of Dust and Humanity

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Education - 56 pages
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It is very natural that young people have infinite curiosity and experience the temptation of mysterious feelings. This kind of curiosity is in fact beneficial. It is the curiosity that leads young people to the knowledge of varied kinds of sciences from kindergarten to graduate school. However, here I talk about the special curiosity which everyone shares. That is the mysterious feeling about the origin of life and the universe. The crises which our society and the natural environment suffer are resulted from human activities driven by the mysterious feeling. If such visible or measurable materials as galaxies and living life are meaningful (that is, the meaning of rationality and impulse), why do we have to envisage those kinds of unmeasurable ghosts, dark matter and dark energy? Of course, people and scientists did not see the meaning, and accordingly, they need the ghosts, dark matter and dark energy to be fitted into their imagined and false meanings. It is shameless that some people do not believe such kinds of ghosts and dark matter but they promote and disseminate these simply for them to gain personal interests. The only way adults can live is to learn cosmic truth, protect each other, and serve others.
 

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Cosmic Origin of Dust
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Cosmic Origin of Humanity
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Future Humans
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