Even if the cosmic order is conceived as…
For creatures, the cosmic phoenix is a problem.
“The cosmic crisp is the quintessential apple,” she says.
As part of the process, cosmic rays create something called carbon-14.
To explain, we start with cosmic censorship and work backwards.
Kate Evans’ weapon of choice in the Cosmic Crisp campaign is a pencil eraser.
Conversely, when solar activity is less intense, more cosmic rays get through.
“Black holes must be the most exotic major disrupters of cosmic order,” she said.
Cosmic ray, a high-speed particle—either an atomic nucleus or an electron—that travels through space.
Gamma rays are produced in other kinds of cosmic objects—namely, supernovae, neutron stars, and quasars.
The trajectories of the lowest-energy cosmic ray primaries are strongly influenced by Earth’s magnetic field.
Shklovsky) discovered the first quantitative proof that the cosmic rays observed near Earth originated in supernovas.
You can get it in several gorgeous colors, including Cosmic Black, Cloud Blue, Aura Blue, Cosmic Gray, and Cloud Pink.
Craig answers in the affirmative, but still hesitates to identify cosmic time with God’s time, preferring instead to say that the two “coincide” (Craig 1990: 344).
Whitehead speaks of cosmic epochs and Hartshorne argues that this involves a time beyond what is available to physics that connects various cosmic epochs (Hartshorne 1970, 53–54).
Cosmic microwave background (CMB), also called cosmic background radiation, electromagnetic radiation filling the universe that is a residual effect of the big bang 13.8 billion years ago.
A “cosmic origins spectrograph” will examine the structure and composition of the matter concentrated in the “cosmic web”—long, narrow filaments of galaxies and intergalactic gas separated by huge voids.
Thus, Maximus’ cosmic Christology based on the Logos-logoi ontology, offers Eriugena a framework which allows him to expand the use of dialectic from mere method to a cosmic framework which underlies both epistemology and ontology.
But the fall of the Han dynasty in 220 CE reveals a fundamental problem of correlative cosmology, namely, human beings are incapable of fully discerning the cosmic pattern, nor can they completely apply the cosmic pattern to human affairs.
In all three aspects, there is involved an interrelationship of non-duality between its macro-cosmic significance and its micro-cosmic significance, that is, between the hosshin qua cosmos as a whole and the practitioner as a being forming a part of, and partaking in, the cosmos.
- inconceivably extended in space or time
- of or from or pertaining to or characteristic of the cosmos or universe
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