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What does it mean to be attracted to someone spiritually?

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Question found in Spirituality In General
What is commonly knows as attraction is physical and this is based on beauty, personality or some such physical attributes of individuals. We might come across persons who are well advanced in the spiritual path. Such people may have a special grace, a graceful countenance or an aura about them.
This could be very attractive to some others especially to those who are spiritually minded. Such attraction will not be associated with desires for self gratification.

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What are specific differences between quantum physics laws and physics laws?

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Physicists were comfortable with Newtonian physics that dealt with common stuff at our level, things that we see and handle. Problems came in the early twentieth century when we started dealing with stuff at the macrocosmic and microscopic levels. Theory of General Relativity is doing fine in cosmology and the Theory of Special Relativity is fine at the quantum level. But neither is applicable at the other level. From the time of Einstein, Physicists are trying to formulate a Grand Unified Theory - a Theory of Everything. So far no success. Towards the end of 2008 a physicist suggested that the concept of NOTHING may lead to a theory of EVERYTHING. Here nothing is the state of existence before the creation - big bang - or whatever - the start of the universe - of matter, space and time. This state is sometimes referred to as VACUUM STATE - where there is no matter - no thing - only energy. From this ocean of energy bubbles of matter and anti matter may appear and annihilate each other. Once the two were not equal or the annihilation didn't happen. the term NOTHING is from the Sanskrit word SUNYATHA THAT DESCRIBES THE STATE BEFORE CREATION. Let us hope soon we may get the problem solved and a theory of everything appear on the scene.

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When does the modern picture of the universe date from?

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I'd say it started in 1917 with the discovery that distant galaxies are moving away from us at great speeds. Before that it was believed that the stars and galaxies are always at rest - that they were always there and always will be. This discovery was the start of modern cosmology, the concept of an ever changing, evolving universe.

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Why should Christians try to remove world poverty?

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Question found in Religion & Spirituality In General
World poverty is not the exclusive problem of Christians. It is everyone's problem. No one can expect Christians or any other 'group' to abolish the poverty of the whole world.

But Jesus Christ has asked his followers to care for the hungry and the needy. (Mt. 25: 30 - 50)

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Why when salt is dissolved into water then boiled that the salt left in the evaporating dish once the water has evaporated starts popping out of the dish?

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Question found in Science In General
This is due to the heat that continues to act on the material. This can be prevent by stopping the heating just before the whole water is evaporated.

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What is the acceleration of the following masses when subject to the following forces ?

1. a mass of 2kg being pushed by a force of 2 N

2. a mass of 12 kg being pushed by a force of 12 N

3. a mass of 200 kg being pushed by a force of 200 N

4. a mass of 2 ton being pushed by a force of 200 N

5. a mass of 2 grams being pushed by a force of 200 N

6. a mass of 20 ton being pushed by a force of 200 N

7. a mass of 2 ton being pushed by a force of 2000 N

What is the force acting on the following masses when they are accelerating at a rate of 10/sec/sec ?

8. a mass of 2 kg

9. a mass of 12 kg

10. a mass of 200 kg

11. a mass of 2 ton

12. a mass of 2 gram

13. a mass of 20 ton

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f = ma Therefore; a = f/m

1. a = 2/2 = 1 m/s/s
2. a = 12/12 = 1 m/s/s
3. a = 200/200 = 1 m/s/s
4. a = 200/ 2000 = 0.1 m/s/s
5. a = 200/2 = 100 m/s/s
6. a = 200/20000 = 0.01 m/s/s
7. a = 2000/2000 = 1 m/s/s
8. f = ma = 2 x 10 = 20 N
9. f = 12 x 10 = 120 N
10 f = 200 x 10 = 2000 N
11. 2000 x 10 = 20000 N
12. 2/1000 x 10 =2/ 100 = 0.02 N
13. 20000 x 10 = 200 000 N

ps. Did you send this because you were lazy to do your assignment?

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Why do molecules like starch have to be digested?

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1. Digestion is breaking down large molecules into smaller, simpler ones. Starch molecules are very complex, consisting large number of atoms. They have to be digested to form simpler molecules for absorption into simpler molecules.

2. Human body use carbohydrate like starch for producing energy. We produce energy by burning simple sugars like glucose. For this the complex hydrocarbons - starch have to be reduced to simple sugars.

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How does the use of antibiotics result in the evolution of resistant strains of bacteria?

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It works the same way vaccines work for us. Once exposed to one strain of virus we get immunity or resistance. The same way the bacteria that survives the exposure to the antibiotics develops resistance.

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What are the differences between lymph and plasma?

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The main difference is that plasma has no cells but lymph has white blood cells.
Plasma is the fluid in the circulatory system while lymph is the fluid of the lymphatis system.

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Meditation techniques??

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Question found in Spirituality In General
Meditation is sometimes referred to as prayer of silence - not silent prayer not prayer in silence but of silence. Actually there is no prayer in the normal sense of the word. It is best learned from a guru. The simplest that one can do alone is something like this:

1. Choose a suitable place where you can be alone in silence without much external disturbance - in a closed room.
2. Be seated in a comfortable position. Whether on a chair or on the ground, the spine must be in a vertical position. Padmasana is the best - squatting on the floor with each foot over the other thigh.
3. Be still.
4. Control the mind. (This is easier said than done. very difficult to stop the thought process. It may take months or more to achieve this state.) Meditation is not thinking - meditating on any particular topic.)
5. Concentrate on breathing and only on breathing. Feel the AIR going in and going out. Make the breathing rhythmic and steady.
6. Do not listen to the mind; do not entertain any thoughts. Try to go deep into your heart; into your true self, into your atma.
7. Deep in your heart, look for and see the Paramathma - God - and listen to Him.

Do not hope to reach the stage 7 on the first sitting. Could take a long time. Even years of waiting and struggling is worth achieving this goal. Start with a 20 minute session and gradually increase to 30 minutes and if possible 1 hour. During the early days fighting of the mundane thoughts would be the main task.

Wish you Godspeed in This endeavor.

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