By John Greven
The reason of this e-book is to appear afresh at ones day-by-day event, to indicate to anything that the brain can have missed. it's not pointing to whatever new, whatever that you should in attaining, or something you could upload to your self. it isn't pointing to the nice deeds you've gotten performed on your lifestyles to stress what a superb individual you need to be. it truly is pointing to whatever so easy, anything so noticeable, that once it truly is mentioned and obvious, you ask yourself the way it used to be ever ignored. How is it the brain can have taken anything so noticeable without any consideration? How did the brain so simply toss out the dear jewel in desire of its reflections? you've got been trying to find self-realization, enlightenment, the Buddha brain, God, or another objective implying a similar factor. you've got been trying to find decades; otherwise you may be getting all started on a seek. even if you've been traveling a direction for some time, or simply taking step one, makes no distinction. This booklet invitations you to have a look at the gap that has been missed, to work out what's seen, and to carry that seek to an finish. straight away.
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Although oxygen atoms constitute only 1/18 of percent of the atoms in the known universe, they include more than one out of every four atoms in the human body, one of three in the oceans and almost that they are significant i 36 CHEMICALS OF LIFE one of two (47 percent) in the solid crust rocks, soil, forests, animals and cities. of our planet with Hydrogen is all its closely associated with oxygen, especially in water (H2O), and these two elements account for about eight ninths of the body, which may be two-thirds Carbon is likewise a prime element of life, composing about 10 percent of atoms in animals and man and a much higher percentage in vegetables, even though it is less than one fifth of i percent of Earth.
From a chemical standpoint alone, animal life without plants to eat would starve quicker but no more surely than most plants would die without animals. Even minerals would be drastically disturbed without both these higher kingdoms. It has been calculated that photosynthesis in present terrestrial vegetation would literally consume all the carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere within a year or two if it were not replenished by smoke from fires, engine fumes and the exhalations of animals and other consumers or decomposers.
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