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A precursor to the Holocaust was Kristallnacht, the "Night ofbroken Glass" on November 9, 1938. Hitler and the Nazis were rabidantisemites responsible for the Final Solution, whose aim was tokill the Jews in German controlled territories. This started in1941. How it started was a series of events w…here Nazi policy had createdproblems, which in this case, resulted in the Holocaust. With the invasion of Poland and the deporting of Polish Jews to the'General Government', the south-east of German controlled Polandand the build-up of troops on the Eastern front it was realised inthe summer of 1941 that the Soviet Union would employ 'scorchedearth' and leave not resources for the invading German army, soeither the army would starve or the Jews would starve. The governorHans Frank suggested to Hitler that it would be more humane to killthe Jews than to let them starve over the winter. The situation wasexacerbated by the rapid influx of Soviet POWs, the first(experimental) gassings with Zyclon-B on Soviet POWS in Septemberof 1941 in an attempt to find a solution. Following the front line troops were special squads who weresupposed to execute Soviet Commissars and partisans, and toencourage the local populations to rid themselves of their Jews,this rapidly expanded to the mass murder of Jews, both by thespecial squads and the local populations. These were the two triggers that started the mass murder, but itdeveloped at an alarming rate all over the east with differentsolutions being created in different places. This is a very subjective point of view, as different people anddifferent organisations consider the Holocaust to have started indifferent ways and at different times. The outright planned murdersare considered to have started with the invasion of the SovietUnion in 1941, but Jews were being killed by the Nazis actionsbefore this. This is a very subjective point of view, as different people anddifferent organisations consider the Holocaust to have started indifferent ways and at different times. The outright planned murdersare considered to have started with the invasion of the SovietUnion in 1941, but Jews were being killed by the Nazis actionsbefore this. ( Full Answer )
Judaism began because God told Abraham to leave Ur in South Iraqand go to the Promised Land. Abraham obeyed God and went to thearea that is now Israel. That happened about 2000 BC. It has gonethrough many changes since then. It reached its currentintellectual form, for the most part, under Maimonide…s about 1200AD. It is still arguing over its proper organizational form. Answer 2 The Kuzari (Rabbi Judah HaLevi, 1075-1141) states that Abraham wasgifted with high intelligence; and, as Maimonides (1135-1204)describes, Abraham didn't blindly accept the ubiquitous idolatry.The whole populace had been duped, but the young Abrahamcontemplated the matter relentlessly, finally arriving at theconclusion that there is One God and that this should be taught toothers as well. This is what is meant by his "calling out in thename of the Lord" (Genesis ch.12). As a young man, he remonstratedwith passersby in public, demonstrating to them the falsehood oftheir idols; and our tradition tells how he was threatened andendangered by Nimrod. Subsequently, Terah relocated to Harran; and it is here thatAbraham began to develop a circle of disciples (Rashi commentary,on Genesis 12:5). Later, God told Abraham in prophecy to move tothe Holy Land, which is where he raised his family. He continuedhis contemplations, eventually arriving at the attitudes and formsof behavior which God later incorporated into the Torah given toMoses. Moses achieved the highest level of prophecy (Deuteronomy ch.34)and was called upon by God (Exodus ch.3). He brought the Israelitesout of Egyptian slavery (Exodus ch.12). He received the Torah fromGod (Exodus 24:12) and later recorded it in writing (Deuteronomy31:24). He went up on Mount Sinai for 40 days and nights(Deuteronomy ch.9-10) and brought down the Two Stone Tablets withthe Ten Commandments (Exodus 31:18). He brought the Israelites intothe covenant with God (Exodus ch.19 and ch.24), and he oversaw thebuilding of the Tabernacle (Exodus ch.35-40). He was the humblestof men and the greatest of prophets (Numbers ch.12). ( Full Answer )
There were 9 official crusades. The first crusade began in 1095 with The Siege of Antioch.
What people know as 'Easter', began the first year after theresurrection of Jesus. It just was not called Easter at this time.The title of Easter developed as time went by.
Hundreds of wordsbegin with the letter k. A few of those words include kangaroo,kick, keno, kudos, kickoff, keg, keepsake, kilt, kiss, kneel, kill,knot, kazoo, kitty, knee, kabob, kiosk, knife, keyhole, keynote,kimono, kennel, kid, killer, keep, kicker, kayak, keyboard,knuckle, kettle, kite, koala, …kitchen, kerchief, king, kooky,ketchup, knock, kiddo, key, know, keyword, kaki, knew, kale, keeland kingdom. ( Full Answer )
Why just one? I'll give you three! . Amaretto sour - Amaretto and sour mix . Appletini - vodka and apple liqueur, with variations . Alexander - gin, creme de cacao, and cream
Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. . Catholicism started fifty days after the first Easter, which was the day following Passover (early spring) in the year (approximately) 33 A.D., i…n other words, fifty-three days after Jesus' death on the cross when He sent the Holy Spirit down on the early church. That day is called Pentecost, which is the "birthday of the Church" and is celebrated each year fifty days after Easter. This year (2010) it will be the 23rd of May ( Full Answer )
Land boundaries: Total: 10,730 km Border countries: Angola 2,511 km (of which 225 km is the boundary of Angola's discontiguous Cabinda Province), Burundi 233 km, Central African Republic 1,577 km, Republic of the Congo 2,410 km, Rwanda 217 km, Sudan 628 km, Tanzania 459 km, Uganda 765 km, Zamb…ia 1,930 km For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below. ( Full Answer )
at the beginning of our country - the people in power spread propaganda to keep the white slaves from socializing with the black slaves (lest they join forces and gain power to fight those who took advantage of them) and it grew from there to the ingrained problems we suffer today.
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Catholics began with the apostles; the word Catholic means Universal. . The catholics started in Rome I think about 100 years after the birth of Christ
Martin Luther's private doubt that the Pope had the authority to sell indulgences (paper documents that one could buy to free oneself from a sin) grew into a church debate after Luther nailed 95 theses against the church door in Wittenberg. This practice of displaying an invitation for a scholarly d…ebate was normal at that time, particularly for a professor of theology, which is what Luther was. Luther's reluctance to believe in absolute papal authority was not a singular man's concern: there were numerous other scholars who challenged the grip of the Catholic clergy onto laypersons. Among the educated and/or well-to-do citizens, many felt that the Church was politically too powerful. The zeitgeist smacked of other things: mercantilism, humanism, the stirrings of individuality, a yearning for more freedom. Luther was forced to see the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, but would not recant. A powerful duke (of Saxony) "kidnapped" Luther on his way home from the meeting with the emperor and hid him in his castle. There Luther translated the Bible into the German language -- breaking a thousand-year-old necessity to have Latin-trained clergy mediate biblical content to laity. Afterward, the people who protested the Catholic Church's monopoly on the relations between God and humans called themselves Lutherans or Protestants. This schism was the single most-weakening event in the Catholic Church. ( Full Answer )
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You begin by finding a Wiccan circle. Speak with Wiccans in your area and ask to observe a ritual. See for youself if it is what you want and join if you are invited. Do some serious reading about Wicca. Find out what Wicca really is not what you have been told by those frightened or feeling somehow… threatened by Wiccans.. In the area you live there may be a Metaphysical/New Age/ Pagan/Alternate Religion Book shop... Most of these have a notice board where people involved , or looking to be involved with paganism can communicate with one another... Check these out. Also, most universities and colleges have similar noticeboards. Look into these, be prepared to get to know the people before you get an invitation to "join". Do some reading and research on your own and find a path you are comfortable with. Not all Pagans are Wiccan. ( Full Answer )
The crusades began in Europe. Pope Urban the 2nd called it, because the Muslims had banned the Christians for entering or visiting Jerusalem the holy land. The Crusades were a series of wars, but the first 4 were called my the church. The rest of them weren't.
Christianity began when Jesus gave his disciples what is called theGreat Commission, which says to go out into all the world andpreach the gospel (or good news) to everyone. This began to beimplemented when the obedient followers received the Holy Spirit atPentecost, as Jesus had promised. This 'Pow…er from on high' wasspecifically promised for the purpose of fulfilling Jesus' GreatCommission. Matthew 28:18-20 (King James Version) 18And Jesus cameand spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heavenand in earth. 19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations , baptizing them inthe name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: 20Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commandedyou: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.Amen. Acts 1:8 (King James Version) 8But ye shall receive power,after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and inSamaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. Various other views: . The Christian religion originated from Jesus Christ and wasstarted in the Middle East. It started with Jesus. After he died onthe cross, the remaining apostles spread out and started churchesin places like Rome, Greece, Egypt, and Iraq. . Constantine wanted to unite Europe and did so by combining manyof the regional religions. It just happens that there was a smallJewish sect that he believed would draw in the Jews to his"universal" European religion. The spring festival of thoseEuropean religions became Easter. The Winter Festivals becameChristmas. The origin of Christianity was strictly a function ofpolitics. The resulting religion was called "Catholic", meaning universal,and everyone was instructed to convert. Reports are thatConstantine never joined his universal religion, but was baptizedwithout his permission while on his deathbed. . It is believed that Christianity stared at the birth of Christ.Actually, of course, Adam was the first Christian as were all ofthe early saints before the birth of Christ who believed upon Hisname. . Christianity was invented by Paul. As to his influence, thereare considerable differences of scholarly opinion concerning howfar Paul did in fact influence Christian doctrine. Among the mostradical is G.A. Wells, a professor of German, whose view is thatJesus was a mythical figure and that Christianity was in good partinvented by Paul. Wikipedia.org/Pauline Christianity* . Christianity wasn't just randomly started. It all starts fromJesus Christ. When Jesus died for everyone, He rose 3 days laterand told his remaining 11 of 12 disciples to spread the word thatHe saved everyone. Thus it was called Christianity. *A form of Marcion Heresy, circa 110-160, which rejects the entireOld Testament and all but the writings of Paul in the NewTestament, including the commonly accepted four Gospels, yetincludes Marcion's own version of the Gospels. The Early ChurchFathers roundly condemned the Marcion heresy. Another answer: While the New Testament writers indicate that there were a numberof false claims about Christianity, they all agreed, including the12 Apostles, that Jesus Christ had risen from the dead and ascendedup to heaven. Peter, Paul and John, in their teaching, agreed withthe Old Testament, where over 300 prophesies came true aboutChrist, which is the Greek word for the Hebrew, Messiah. Christianity began in God's mind, before the foundation of theworld. God had planned on the redemption of man (buying back fromsin's consequences) before man was created. This is maintained bythe writers of Scripture, who were led by the Holy Spirit to writewhat God had desired. Things like: "they gave for my price thirty pieces of silver,""they part my garments among them and cast lots upon my vesture,""But thou Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among thethousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall He come forth unto methat is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from ofold, from everlasting," demonstrate only a few of the Old Testamentprophecies, which came true with extreme accuracy. God knew what Hewould do with His Son, allowing Him to die for our sins, yetresurrecting Him in holy justice for the Christan's victory. Christianity (the fulfillment of God's promises) was inaugurated onthe Day of Pentecost, after Christ had ascended to heaven. See Acts1 & 2, KJV. There were 3000 souls that received Christ as theirSavior from sin n that day. This probably by custom only countedthe men, as indicated also in Acts 4:4, "Howbeit many of them whichheard the Word believed; and the number of the men were about fivethousand." In just a few weeks, conservatively, there were about25,000 Christians in Jerusalem. The name Christian, originally considered to be a slanderous namefor believers in Christ, was first assessed of those in the churchat Antioch of Syria. Yet it was appropriate for those who were"Christ followers." Another answer: Jesus did not necessarily start a new religion; he was a practicingJew. His followers eventually "broke off" from Judaism and starteda new "religion" (or faith). When Jesus, The Christ was of age and began teaching and preachingthe gospel, the people that believed Jesus (and all that he taughtand said) -- these people are Christians; although the Jews werethe chosen people. Answer2: Early Christianity a Way of Life Jesus said to his followers: "You are my friends if you do what Iam commanding you." ( John 15:14 ) Since Jesus' teachingsaffected all aspects of their lives, Christ's disciples initiallyreferred to their religion as "The Way." ( Acts 9:2 ) Soon thereafter, "[they]were by divine providence called Christians." ( Acts 11:26 ) This new name they boremeant that they believed that Jesus was the Son of God, who hadtransmitted to mankind the will of his heavenly Father. This beliefled them to follow a way of life that differed from that of theworld around them. Christ's teachings moved his followers to follow Bible teachings,which meant avoiding "fornication, uncleanness, loose conduct,idolatry, practice of spiritism, enmities, strife, jealousy, fitsof anger, contentions, . . . drunken bouts, revelries, and thingslike these." ( Galatians5:19-21; Ephesians4:17-24 ) The apostle Paul reminded Corinthian Christians thatsome of them had once practiced these very things. Then he added:"But you have been washed clean, but you have been sanctified, butyou have been declared righteous in the name of our Lord JesusChrist."- 1 Corinthians6:9-11 . E. W. Barnes relates in his book The Rise of Christianity : "In its early authoritativedocuments the Christian movement is represented as essentiallymoral and law-abiding. Its members desired to be good citizens andloyal subjects. They shunned the failings and vices of paganism. Inprivate life they sought to be peaceful neighbours and trustworthyfriends. They were taught to be sober, industrious andclean-living. Amid prevailing corruption and licentiousness theywere, if loyal to their principles, honest and truthful. Theirsexual standards were high: the marriage tie was respected andfamily life was pure." Such were aspects of being a Christian inthe early days. Another distinctive sign of early Christianity was its zealousevangelizing work. Christ commanded his followers: "Go thereforeand make disciples of people of all the nations." ( Matthew 28:19, 20 ) JeanBernardi, a professor at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France,noted: "[Christians] were to go out and speak everywhere and toeveryone. On the highways and in the cities, on the public squaresand in the homes. Welcome or unwelcome. To the poor, and to therich encumbered by their possessions. . . . They had to take to theroad, board ships, and go to the ends of the earth." (Taken from(4/07 Awake on Jehovah's Witnesses official website) ( Full Answer )
In the beginning usually means initially. In the end usually means finally. At the beginning and at the end are usually followed by an expression of time or space. So we have at the end of the street/the day at the beginning of the month/the motorway. .
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The Beginning of the Green Revolution The University of Minnesota College of Ag, Food and Environemental Sciences After 10 years of wheat breeding, Borlaug had plants that resisted rust and other diseases. Because they were insensitive to the length of daylight, they had the potential to grow in… a wide variety of climates. Borlaug had gotten two thirds of the pieces he needed for the science of the green revolution. What was missing was a wheat plant that responded well to fertilizer. To dramatically increase yields grown on Third World lands, drained of nutrients from centuries of farming, fertilizer was required. But traditional wheat varieties, even Borlaug's disease-resistant strains, tended to collapse under heavy fertilization. The extra grains in the head toppled the long, thin stalks. Borlaug searched for a shorter, stronger stalk; in 1961 he found it in a Japanese semi-dwarf variety called Norin. Crossing his hybrid wheat with Norin resulted in disease-resistant, widely adaptable wheat that grew like little bushes. Not only did Norin provide a sturdier stalk, it tillered - sending up multiple stalks from its base. This meant more heads of wheat per plant. And with heavy fertilization, those heads grew fat with grain. By 1963, 95 percent of Mexico's wheat lands grew the new semi-dwarf seeds of the green revolution. The result: a harvest six times the 1944 level, the year Borlaug arrived in Mexico. Even Borlaug had trouble believing the adaptability of the new seed. Test plots around the world began to show similarly dramatic gains in yield. Climates from Sweden to Argentina would prove acceptable to the new seed. Borlaug had more than accomplished the goal of the Mexican project. Mexico was not only self-sufficient in wheat, it had grain to export. Mexican farmers, who a few years earlier didn't know how to use fertilizer, became international seed dealers, supplying the green revolution in other countries. Using the semi-dwarf seed, Pakistan became self-sufficient in wheat within three years. National animosity helped the cause in this case. Pakistan ordered its first big shipment of seed less than a year after its archrival, India, became committed to the green revolution. Between 1965 and 1972 the green revolution more than doubled India's wheat production, making it the third largest producer in the world. Side benefits included new fertilizer plants and tractor factories. In one year, village cooperatives sand 200,000 wells to tap India's plentiful groundwater. The revolution needed trained workers, and Borlaug proposed a training program "in the new aggressive approach to modern agronomy." More than 20 nations sent young agronomists to Borlaug's program in Mexico. Politics made no difference in this revolution. Russians learned along with Poles, Israelis along with Turks. To make sure his "wheat apostles," as they were sometimes called, had the right stuff, Borlaug would start them with back-bending labor 12 hours a day in the fields. It was common for young agronomists from developing countries to view themselves as an elite. They much preferred the idea of writing reports in air-conditioned offices to working with sweating peasant farmers. Borlaug's first young Mexican assistants insisted on wearing suits into the fields. The tasks Borlaug set them quickly turned the suits into rags. Khaki work clothes and baseball caps became the uniform of the green revolutionaries. While working like the small farmers they were to help, they learned Borlaug's techniques for fertilization, wheat breeding, and soil analysis ( Full Answer )
Starting a question with What or Which can be a bit tricky, but one of the basic rules or guidelines willhave to do with the content of the question. The word What can be used to begin most any question; What is your hair color?What time is it? What language do you speak most fluently. Whi…ch is most strictly used for a known or obvious set ofchoices . Where this is unclear, what is usuallyacceptable and is preferred in some cases. Which coat is yours? (assuming a small known number) Which hand do you write with? (2) Which side of the street do you live on? (2) Which primary color has the longest wavelength (7) Which finger did you injure? (10) Which US state is the largest? (50) Which TV channel is carrying the game? (unknown number, but finite) ( Full Answer )
The Mesopotamia began growing because it was rich fertile land near the rivers so it was a perfect place for farming.
Democracy began by the Greeks wanting to vote to make decisions ofgovernment rather than be ruled by the elites.
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A: The 'Rapture' is atheological invention of John Nelson Darby, the nineteenth-centuryfounder of the Plymouth Brethren. Barbara R. Rossing ( TheRapture Exposed ) says that according to one critic, theRapture has its origins with a young girl's vision. In 1830, inPort Glasgow, Scotland, fifteen-ye…ar-old Margaret MacDonaldattended a healing service. There, she was said to have seen avision of a two-stage return of Jesus Christ. The story of hervision was adopted and amplified by Darby. Darby's new teaching wasthat Christ would return twice, first in secret to "Rapture" hischurch out of the world and up to heaven, then a second time afterseven years of global tribulation for non-believers, to establish aJerusalem-based kingdom on earth. . Biblical tradition says that no one can know when the Second Comingof Jesus will occur, and Christians have always taught that Jesuswill return to earth and that believers should live in the urgentand hopeful anticipation of his second coming. In the same way,Darby did not predict a specific date for Christ's return, insteadinventing "dispensations" - intervals of time ordering God's grandtimetable for world events. . There will be no Rapture and therefore no timescale for the Raptureto begin. John Nelson Darby has sunk into obscurity, apart from hisfollowers in the Plymouth Brethren, and so should his theology. Another Answer : In the bible it doesnt say anything about thehour the day and the minute of the rapture so youll never know whenits going to happen Another Answer : The term 'rapture' is not in the Scripture but was a concept of manin the early-mid 19th Century of a 'secret' coming of Christ totake His true disciples to Heaven, then the tribulation culminatingin another Coming of Christ to rule the world. However, the Bibleis quite clear that Jesus will only come one time (at the sound ofthe 7th trumpet) and it will be quite loud and spectacular - thewhole world will take note of it and many will shutter and ask themountains to fall upon them because of fear. The when part demands our watching for the inevitable signs Christgave us in Matthew 24, Luke 21, and Mark 13 (speaking to theTemple's soon coming destruction in 70AD but giving signs of theways of mankind and the world in the end-times (duality) ). Luke 21:36 New International Version (NIV) . 36 Be always on the watch, and praythat you may be able to escape all that is about to happen, andthat you may be able to stand before the Son of Man." . ( Full Answer )
God religion had begun by God creation of the universe and even before. Refer to question below. Another answer: One could also argue that Religions began when people started following their own fancies and ideals.
The beginning of Christianity was in Israel at Pentecost when the Holy Spirit came on the disciples to form the Catholic Church.
'You do everything for me.' 'You do not deserve any pocket money this week.' 'You do believe me, don't you?' 'You do talk a lot of rubbish!' 'You do your homework in too much of a rush.' There are endless possibilities.
Infection with a pathogen does not necessarilylead to disease. Infection occurs when viruses, bacteria, or othermicrobes enter your body and begin to multiply.
Fairy Tales. Also, the creation story and first verse in the bible. Genisis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
The Japanese for Begin is å§ããªãã (which is not just a kanji, but hiragan, which conjugates the verb.) You would say it as: Hajimenasai. Phonetically it would be hÉ Ç°i meh nÉ sy Hope this helps :3
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Lent began so we could look over our lives, and see what we did wrong. Also, Lent is the annual call to purify our souls for the great feast of Easter, figure of the eternal Easter, for which our souls must be perfectly pure.
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The word comes from Ancient Greek, meaning the rule (cracy) of one(auto), but it was already an old concept in the Ancient World bythe time the Greeks got around to naming it. In the British Museum there is a sandal that belonged to an earlyPharoah, King Den, who was the fourth king of the first dyn…asty. Itdates from about 2895 BC - that is, nearly 5000 years ago. It showsthe king smiting his enemies: an image of autocracy if ever therewas one. To learn more visit the Related Link. ( Full Answer )
A beautiful island in the Caribbean called Jamaica by the African slaves. This is coming from Alyssa at Wolmer's Preparatory School.
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Before you cast on, you have to make a slip knot. This is the starting point for just about everything you will do in knitting. I'll try to describe it: 1. make a circle with the yarn 2. with your right hand, pull a loop through the circle 3. insert your needle through the loop 4. pull the loop to …tighten and then slide it towards the top of the needle Once you've done this, you can begin casting on the required number of stitches! :) ( Full Answer )
Facebook started as a private company in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his classmates Dustin Moskovitz,Eduardo Saverin and Chris Hughes while they were students at Harvard University.Photo directories were an important part of the student social experience at many private schools.With them,students we…re able to list attributes such as their class years,their proximities to friends,and their telephone numbers. ( Full Answer )
The metaphase of mitosis begins as the chromosomes are aligned near the center of the cell to be separated.
because some people didn't believe in slavery but some people did. So they came up with abolitionists
Allah sent the qur'an down to prophet Mohammad [saw] and he [prophet Mohammad's] told everyone about to convert to Islam the qur'an was finished in 23 years
The renaissance first began in Italy, in 1350. The printing press had a big part in the movement, which first came about in 1439. The renaissance spread throughout Italy and around Europe and lasted roughly from the 14th century to the 17th century.
Th United States became alarmed about a perceived national security threat and loss of technological superiority after Russia lunched its first human made satellite "Sputnik." President Eisenhower and others were convinced measures had to be taken to facilitate space efforts. Thus, in 1958 the Natio…nal Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established as a part of that effort. ( Full Answer )
No one knows. Some argue "god", but this seems like a non-answer to most scientific minds, as god is unknown, so it is replacing an unknown with another unknown, rather than providing any explanation. Perhaps so this question could be asked and answered.
Russia began in the 9'th century, when a Viking, Rurik lead the Vikings down Volga river and declared territory his.
"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for t…he United States of America." See the link below. ( Full Answer )
In the beginning, the universe was created. Life was very beautiful. Now we are faced with a universe so big and so old that it defies our imaginations to grasp it. It appears to have begun 15 billion years ago. Our galaxy, alone, has some 100 billion stars, and it is just one of perhaps a 100 bil…lion galaxies, and this immense universe is expanding at an ever increasing rate. This is an awe-inspiring picture, but what does it say about the origin of the universe? Let's imagine that the scientific cosmologists have been creating an ever more detailed and vivid movie of the structure and movement of the universe, and this film, when it is played backwards, makes the universe appear as if it is coming together and beginning in an intensely hot and dense state. But the real question is whether this movie takes us back to the absolute beginning, or very origin of the universe. It doesn't appear to do so because the basic laws of nature, as described by Einstein's relativity, break down as we approach this beginning. It is as if the film runs out and just before we reach the beginning we are dazzled with a blinding white light. And we are faced with the very difficult question: can science find a way to talk about the very beginning of the universe, or is this simply outside its scope? ( Full Answer )
The 2004 version (movie), begins in black and white (parts that are black and white is the present, the colored parts of the movie are memories of Roaul, the movie is not all in black and white) and shows the opera house all shut down and Roaul is going to an Auction to get a toy monkey for... Well,… I shouldn't tell you. Hope I helped! ( Full Answer )
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