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Who is God?
It is believed by many people that God is the perfect spiritual being who has always existed and who created everything. (Although having no physical form and therefore no gender, God is usually referred to as a male.) Believers feel that God made the universe and all that is in it. God is thought by many to be all-knowing and allpowerful. In many religions, it is thought that the souls of people who have led good lives on Earth join God after they die. While many of the world’s most widely practiced religions—Christianity, Islam, Judaism—teach of the existence of a single supreme being (called God in Judeo- Christian religions and Allah in Islam), some religions teach that there are many gods. Hinduism (practiced by many people in India and elsewhere) teaches that there are many gods, but all are part of one divine being, called Brahman. Some people feel that God is everywhere and part of everything—the universe itself, and all life, and all natural occurrences, are divine. Others, called atheists, do not believe a supreme being exists in any form.
Which mammal spends the most time sleeping?
How does an aircraft break the sound barrier?
What kind of weather would you find on Mars?
Do asteroids have moons?
Is it possible to make a black bulb that absorbs light rather than emitting it?
What is the origin of New Year’s resolutions?
How did feminists come up with the expression “male chauvinist pig”?
Why do we need insects?
How does Jell-O work? How come it congeals when it is cooled?
What is plant food from the nursery made of?
Was one of the early Egyptian calendars a 365-day calendar?
Why are hurricanes called monster storms?
Were sauropods the only plant-eating dinosaurs?
How does a convection oven work? How is it different from a regular oven?
Why is a semi-transparent mirror better than metal and how does it work?
What is light?
Who were the Five Good Emperors?
What is a black hole?
Is it true that a person in space doesn't get as old as if he was on the earth?
When you transfer momentum between two objects, why is it that the change in total momentum is 0?
On an X-ray result picture, why is the film in the background blue? Is this the only way it will show up? If so why?
Why is a special day called a “red letter day”?
How do these digital thermometers work? I read somewhere that they contain alcohol instead of mercury.
Could the greenhouse gas buildup ever make Earth as hot as Venus?
Which airport is the busiest in the world?
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