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How is medical ether produced?


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Answered 2008-01-28 01:30:00

The concept of ether states that it comes from nothing but simple is (perhaps).. It is from ether that other particles such as atoms come into existence.. A spirtual person would say ether comes from "God" or perhaps in its totality is god.

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