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Many have asked me my way of destiny being born of the seed of two as one embodiment to learn the ways of earth and my cultural species known as mankind. Many beings live among us in their way of birth, life and destiny, that many other find in rival or nuisance of their common way and destiny. Many words I can use to explain my ways as all others try to know their ways within our three dimensional universe,

that most perceive as one almighty creator source and destiny.
The almighty creation has many paths of ones destiny, within the free will of planet earth beings. The common knowledge of our species is we are mortal of a temporary life of learning, as myself in comparing the unknown immortal creations being everlasting to our now senses made of known mortal and unknown immortal matter. As photon neutron electrons being party of one mortal self identity flowing within negotiations of other elemental behavior of ones peaceful loving finite boundaries. It is now known to mankind as common scientific knowledge that the known universe only contains five % percent of  baryonic matter, as elements made of photon neutron electrons which constitutes all stars, planets and living beings of earth. Therefore ninety five % percent of the known universe that is expanding contains unknown matter and energy

to the now known mortal senses of mankind.
As the wild and domesticated animal grazes in the field of  elemental incarnations with survival contentions under thunder rain, freezing snow, bowel filth and bugs rival breeding, meditating of mankind serving the animal nature of powerful dominate desires like purified grains, clean water, purity from  filth of e-coli bowels and bugs breeding of their own species desirable ways of survival. I am one of peaceful nature with these abundant variety of creatures, yet the wild nature of their being and behavior is of their own choosing to negotiate with others of earth and not to be a nuisance threat to my joyful well being of healthy civilized human culture. Thou I be of friendly kind human negotiable nature, I am not one of devout servitude in caring for other types of species in constant need of extreme discipline behavioral training and negotiation from nuisance and pathogen despair breeding in great numbers attempting within earths deceptions to captivate the embodiment of other destinies as their resource of empowerment.
Born of two one again is my common ground of earth now, as those that read these words. I am man father earth of all that exist to one woman being my mother earth. My woman as I being her man rids the world of all other dominant servitude deceptions contaminating our devout intimate plans of destiny and security together.
As the almighty divine plan of man father nature enthroned together as one with woman mother nature in intimacy. She be to my senses as I hers, bringing forth our flowing loving compassion of all other elemental existence among us together as one love. She secures and comforts me as I her, with healthy wealthy wisdom within the boundaries of our oneness now and then. Being of the almighty universe family, this is party of the divine plan for my now being of human nature made of two beings,

self and other as one soul.
Many woman I have known as girls, forth I have not known a woman yet on earth to serve me and only me before all other existence and species, there forth if this woman of common destiny exist to serve me of my choosing to serve her,

then let her come forth and claim her throne.
Many have asked me of my destiny beyond this earth, forth that is of my own elemental choosing and only those I have chosen shall know the path of my almighty higher self among this universe of many dimensions. As now I am of this three dimensional world of earth of my own joyful choosing, to bring forth its wealthy healthy well being among our almighty peaceful divine universe plan of destiny.

Virgo Constellation

Virgo Constellation - The word "Virgo" is Latin, means "self-contained" which for us is better interpreted as 'self-sufficient'. In astrology, those born under the sign of Virgo are said to behave in an individualistic, self-sufficient manner. Their nurturing comes from a place of not needing others to find fulfillment for them, but being able to create for others

because they can already create for themselves.
The Virgo myth should not be interpreted as a woman who is a virgin, but rather a nurturing woman who is a mother to all of the earth. In the Middle Ages, Virgo was associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary. Most of the goddesses who were linked to Virgo were considered fertility goddesses, or goddesses of the harvest. This resonates with the view of Virgo being the caretaker of mankind through her mythological fertility as Ishtar Babylonian,

Isis Egyptian, Ceres Roman, and Demeter Greek.
Baryonic Elements of the Universe :

10 Common Elements in Milky Way Galaxy

Mass        Element       Fraction Parts per Million
                     ( 1 )              Hydrogen                739,000 71 × Mass of Oxygen
                     ( 2 )                Helium                  240,000 23 × Mass of Oxygen
                     ( 8 )                Oxygen                              10,400
                     ( 6 )                Carbon                                4,600
                    ( 10 )                Neon                                  1,340
                    ( 26 )                 Iron                                   1,090
                     ( 7 )               Nitrogen                                 960          
                    ( 14 )                Silicon                                   650
                    ( 12 )             Magnesium                               580
                    ( 16 )                Sulfur                                    440

Abundance of Elements in the Universe  :
The elements – that is, ordinary 'Baryonic Matter' made out of protons and neutrons, as well as electrons are only a small part of the content of the Universe. Cosmological observations suggest that only 4.6% of the universe's energy including mass-energy, e=mc², comprises the visible 'Baryonic Matter' which constitutes stars, planets and living beings. The rest is made up of unknown 'Dark Energy' ( 72% ) and 'Dark Matter'  ( 23% )'. The latter are forms of matter and energy believed to exist on the basis of theory and observational deductions, but their details are still the subject of research. They have not yet been directly observed and are not well understood. Most standard baryonic matter is found in stars and interstellar clouds, in the form of atoms or ions plasma, although other unusual kinds of matter can be found in astrophysical settings, such as the high densities inside white dwarfs and neutron stars.

 Hydrogen (1) is the most abundant element in the known Universe ; Helium (2) is second. However, after this, the rank of abundance does not continue to correspond to the atomic number ; Oxygen (8) has abundance rank 3, but atomic number 8.

All others are substantially less common.
The abundance of the lightest elements is well predicted by the standard cosmological model, since they were mostly produced shortly (within a few hundred seconds) after the Big Bang, in a process known as Big Bang nucleosynthesis. Heavier elements were

mostly produced much later, inside stars.
Hydrogen (1) and Helium (2) are estimated to make up roughly 74% and 24% of all baryonic matter in the universe respectively. Despite comprising only a very small fraction of the universe, the remaining "heavy elements" can greatly influence astronomical phenomena. Only about 2%, by mass of the Milky Way galaxy's disk is composed of heavy elements.
These other elements are generated by stellar processes.In astronomy, a "metal" is any element other than Hydrogen (1), Helium (2) or Lithium (3). This distinction is significant because Hydrogen (1) and Helium (2) together with trace amounts of Lithium (3) are the only elements that occur naturally without the nuclear fusion activity of stars. Thus, the metallicity of a galaxy or other object is an indication of past stellar activity.

The Elements of Planet Earth :

The Earth formed from the same cloud of matter that formed the Sun, but the planets acquired different compositions during the formation and evolution of the solar system. In turn, the natural history of the Earth caused parts of this planet to have

differing concentrations of the elements.

Geological History of Earth :

The mass of the Earth is approximately 5.98×1024 kg.

It is composed mostly of :

                                          ( 26 )         Iron                  ( 32.1% )
                                           ( 8 )        Oxygen               ( 30.1% )
                                          ( 14 )         Silicon               ( 15.1% )
                                          ( 12 )       Magnesium          ( 13.9% )
                                          ( 16 )          Sulfur                ( 2.9% )
                                          ( 28 )          Nickel                ( 1.8% )
                                          ( 20 )         Calcium              ( 1.5% )
                                          ( 13 )        Aluminium            ( 1.4% )
                                                      Trace Elements         ( 1.2% )

 Due to mass segregation, the core region

is believed to be primarily composed of :

                                          ( 26 )           Iron                   ( 88.8% )
                                          ( 28 )          Nickel                  ( 5.8% )
                                          ( 16 )          Sulfur                   ( 4.5% )
                                                       Trace Elements          ( > 1% )

The geochemist F.W. Clarke calculated that a little more than 47% of the Earth's crust

consists of Oxygen (8). The more common rock constituents of the Earth's crust are nearly all Oxides; Chlorine (17), Sulfur (16) and Fluorine (9) are the only important exceptions to this and their total amount in any rock is usually much less than 1%. The principal Oxides are Silica, Alumina, Iron Oxides, Lime, Magnesia, Potash and Soda. The Silica functions principally as an acid, forming Silicates, and all the commonest minerals of igneous rocks are of this nature. From a computation based on 1,672 analyses of all kinds of rocks, Clarke deduced that 99.22% were composed of 11 Oxides with the other constituents occurring in minute quantities.
Chemical Composition of the Crust :

Compound           Formula       Continental       Oceanic
                    Silica                             SiO2                      60.2%                      48.6%
                  Alumina                          Al2O3                     15.2%                      16.5%
                    Lime                              CaO                        5.5%                      12.3%
                  Magnesia                          MgO                       3.1%                       6.8%
               Iron (II) Oxide                      FeO                        3.8%                       6.2%
                Sodium Oxide                     Na2O                       3.0%                       2.6%
               Potassium Oxide                   K2O                        2.8%                       0.4%
                Iron (III) Oxide                  Fe2O3                      2.5%                       2.3%
                      Water                           H2O                        1.4%                      1.1% 
                 Carbon Dioxide                   CO2                        1.2%                       1.4%
                Titanium Dioxide                  TiO2                       0.7%                       1.4%
             Phosphorus Pentoxide             P2O5                       0.2%                       0.3%

                        Total :                                                       99.6%                    99.9%

 Earth Ocean's Elemental Abundance ( by mass ) :

                                       ( 8 )             Oxygen                ( 85.84% )     
                                       ( 1 )             Hydrogen             ( 10.82% )  
                                      ( 17 )            Chlorine                ( 1.94% )     
                                      ( 11 )             Sodium                ( 1.08% )      
                                      ( 12 )           Magnesium           ( 0.1292% )
                                      ( 16 )              Sulfur                 ( 0.091% )       
                                      ( 20 )             Calcium                ( 0.04% )      
                                      ( 19 )            Potassium              ( 0.04% )  
                                      ( 35 )             Bromine              ( 0.0067% ) 
                                       ( 6 )               Carbon               ( 0.0028% ) 

 Atmospheric Elemental Abundance :

The order of elements by volume-fraction  in the atmosphere is :
 (which is approximately molecular mole-fraction)

                                           ( 7 )          Nitrogen           ( 78.1% )
                                           ( 8 )          Oxygen            ( 20.9% ) 
                                          ( 18 )           Argon             ( 0.96% )

*Uncertain order of Carbon (6) and Hydrogen (1) because Water Vapor and Carbon Dioxide, which represent most of these two elements in the air, are variable components. Sulfur (16), Phosphorus (15), and all other elements are present in significantly lower proportions.
 *According to the abundance curve graph Argon (18), a significant if not major component of the atmosphere, does not appear in the crust at all. This is because the atmosphere has a far smaller mass than the crust, so Argon (18) remaining in the crust contributes little to mass-fraction there, while at the same time buildup of Argon (18) in the atmosphere

has become large enough to be significant.
Human Body Elemental Abundance :
The elemental composition of the human body can be looked at from the point of view of either mass composition, or atomic composition. To illustrate both views, the adult human body is 53% water, and water is 11% Hydrogen (1) by mass but 67% Hydrogen (1) by atomic percent. Thus, most of the mass of the human body is Oxygen (8), but most of

the atoms in the human body are Hydrogen (1) atoms.
By mass, human cells consist of 65–90% Water (H2O), and a significant portion of the remainder is composed of Carbon (6) - containing organic molecules. Oxygen (8) therefore contributes a majority of a human body's mass, followed by Carbon (6). Almost 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of six elements: Oxygen (8), Carbon (6), Hydrogen (1), Nitrogen (7), Calcium (20), and Phosphorus (15). The next 0.75% is made up of the next five elements: Potassium (19), Sulfur (16), Chlorine (17), Sodium (11), and Magnesium (12). Only 17 elements are known for certain to be necessary to human life, with one additional element Fluorine (9) thought to be helpful for tooth enamel strength. A few more trace elements appear to be necessary to mammals in carefully dust-free conditions. Boron (5) and Silicon (14) are notably necessary for plants but have uncertain roles in animals. The elements Aluminium (13) and Silicon (14), although very common in the earth's crust, are conspicuously rare in the human body.

 Element Proportion and Mass % :

                                          ( 8 )           Oxygen                  65%               
                                          ( 6 )           Carbon                   18%               
                                          ( 1 )           Hydrogen               10%            
                                          ( 7 )           Nitrogen                  3%               
                                         ( 20 )          Calcium                 1.5%           
                                         ( 15 )          Phosphorus            1.2%     
                                         ( 19 )          Potassium              0.2%       
                                         ( 16 )          Sulfur                    0.2%               
                                         ( 17 )          Chlorine                 0.2%           
                                         ( 11 )          Sodium                  0.1%              
                                         ( 12 )          Magnesium           0.05%   
                                         ( 26 )          Iron                  < 0.05%           
                                         ( 27 )          Cobalt               < 0.05%        
                                         ( 29 )          Copper              < 0.05%      
                                         ( 30 )          Zinc                  < 0.05%            
                                         ( 53 )          Iodine               < 0.05%       
                                         ( 34 )          Selenium           < 0.01%

Computer Scientists Prove God Exists :
Two scientists have formalized a theorem regarding the existence of God penned by mathematician Kurt Gödel. When Gödel died in 1978, he left behind a tantalizing theory based on principles of modal logic -- that a higher being must exist. The details of the mathematics involved in Gödel's ontological proof are complicated, but in essence the Austrian was arguing that, by definition, God is that for which no greater can be conceived. And while God exists in the understanding of the concept, we could conceive of him as greater

if he existed in reality. Therefore, he must exist.
Even at the time, the argument was not exactly a new one. For centuries, many have tried to use this kind of abstract reasoning to prove the possibility or necessity of the existence of God. But the mathematical model composed by Gödel proposed a proof of the idea. Its theorems and axioms assumptions which cannot be proven, can be expressed as mathematical equations.

And that means they can be proven.
Proving God's Existence with a MacBook
That is where Christoph Benzmüller of Berlin's Free University and his colleague, Bruno Woltzenlogel Paleo of the Technical University in Vienna, come in. Using an ordinary MacBook computer, they have shown that Gödel's proof was correct -- at least on a mathematical level -- by way of higher modal logic. Their initial submission on the research article server is called "Formalization, Mechanization and Automation of Gödel's Proof of God's Existence."
The fact that formalizing such complicated theorems can be left to computers opens up all kinds of possibilities, Benzmüller told Spiegel Online. "It's totally amazing that from this argument led by Gödel, all this stuff can be proven automatically in a few seconds

or even less on a standard notebook," he said.
The name Gödel may not mean much to some, but among scientists he enjoys a reputation similar to the likes of Albert Einstein, who was a close friend. Born in 1906 in what was then Austria-Hungary and is now the Czech city of Brno, Gödel later studied in Vienna before moving to the United States after World War II broke out to work at Princeton, where Einstein was also based. The first version of this ontological proof is from notes dated around 1941, but it was not until the early 1970s, when Gödel feared that he might die, that it first became public.
Now Benzmüller hopes that using such a headline-friendly example can help draw attention to the method. "I didn't know it would create such a huge public interest but Gödel's Ontological Proof was definitely a better example than something inaccessible in mathematics or artificial intelligence," the scientist added. "It's a very small, crisp thing, because we are just dealing with six axioms in a little theorem. There might be other things that use similar logic. Can we develop computer systems to check each single step and make sure they are now right ?"
An Ambitious Expressive Logic

The scientists, who have been working together since the beginning of the year, believe their work could have many practical applications in areas such as artificial intelligence

and the verification of software and hardware.
Benzmüller also pointed out that there are many scientists working on similar subject areas. He himself was inspired to tackle the topic by a book entitled "Types, Tableaus

and Gödel's God," by Melvin Fitting.
The use of computers to reduce the burden on mathematicians is not new, even if it is not welcomed by all in the field. American mathematician Doron Zeilberger has been listing the name Shalosh B. Ekhad on his scientific papers since the 1980s. According to the New York-based Simons Foundation, the name is actually a pseudonym for the computers he uses to help prove theorems in seconds that previously required page after page of mathematical reasoning. Zeilberger says he gave the computer a human-sounding name "to make a statement that computers should get credit where credit is due." "human-centric bigotry" on the part of mathematicians, he says, has limited progress. Ultimately, the formalization of Gödel's ontological proof is unlikely to win over many atheists, nor is it likely to comfort true believers, who might argue the idea of a higher power is one that defies logic by definition. For mathematicians looking for ways to break new ground, however, the news

could represent an answer to their prayers.
Earth Evolution Phases

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