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Are people made of star dust?
Yes, Our Sun and the Earth and planets are all about 5 billion years old. The universe is more than twice this old. Furthermore, elements heavier than iron are only formed from novas and supernovas. The fact that the Earth and our bodies have lots of elements heavier than iron shows that not only the Earth and Sun but our bodies were made from dust and gas from long-dead stars. It's amazing!
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Not as we understand the term today, but as the Bible defines it, it is (see Genesis 2:7). The reason being that the term "dust" in the Bible refers to the Earth and the miner…als contained within it. As such, the body is made from the minerals of the Earth (notably Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen, and many others); so in a sense, yes, it is made from "dust".
The solar system
Which types of galaxies tend to be made up of very old stars and contain very little gas and dust matter?
The answer is actually Nebulae.
The fact that household dust is made up mainly of dead skin cells is a myth. House dust is made up of mainly fabric fibers (from clothes, bed sheets, carpets...), bits of dry …stuff like food or cardboard, untreated wood and good old fashioned dirt. There's also a lot of skin of course. This can vary considerably from house to house or room to room.
A galaxy or a nebula.
It is called a nebula.
Dust includes miscroscopic particles from the air that settles on objects or areas inside or outside. Outside, it can contain particles of earth, pulverized stone that turned… to dust, remnants of garbage or debris, broken down particles from leaves and plants, plant pollens, and chemicals used on lawns or industries. Interestingly, "dust" from volcanic eruption can be carried around the world and affect people in other countries. Inside, dust can contain air particles, lint from clothing, dead skin cells, dandruff from people, dander from pets and their dead skin cells, fur and human hair, and anything brought in from the outside. Dust mites are also in dust, where dust mites feed on people and pet's dead skin cells.
It mostly contains skin cells from either you or your pet, lint from clothing, fur or human hair.
dust is made from dead skin cells, it mostly happens when you are asleep. youre body repairs itself and gets rid of the old skin cells, then the dead skin cells are eventually… made into dust, and is therefore found mostly in corners of bedrooms.. etc...
Dust mite feces, particles of matter which eroded into smaller pieces of matter, dirt particles, and wastes gravitated together.
In Peter Pan
it has another name, it is called mineral dust, and in many different stories, i have heard it is referred to as the pure essence of magic itself that is fueled by children's …laughter. hope this helped. :)
Seeing as how a video game is made by a tremendous amount of people i can not entirely say that all of them are atheists or all of them are not atheists but i do believe part…s of the storyline, (most notably the ending) are influenced by atheists ideals and a philosophy known as "Existentialism" after playing this game i did further research on Existentialism, which questions our very own existence. Prominent members of the existentialist community such as Renee Descartes who is famous for the "I think, therefore i am" quote was himself an atheist Existentialism in the shortest summary of the theory is the question of whether the world around us really exists, which is a concept that is visited in Star Ocean 3. The universe as they new it was only a mere construct of a "Creator" and i emphasize the fact that they used the word "Creator" and not "God" to support my belief that the game is inspired by atheist ideals. I was a Catholic in the early years of my life, but as i grow older and experience the world and explore different philosophies and events that have occurred throughout history and even in present day society i now define myself as an atheists. I still believe in a "Creator" but he is far from a "God"