An Encyclopedia of Science as the Space Compendium of Humanity


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An Encyclopedia of Science as the Space Compendium of Humanity
This study will analyze the importance of the Encyclopedia of Science as the most important compendium of humanity to be sent into outer space. The important studies done with scientific empiricism, materialism, and other aspects of objective research and analysis can tell a greater story of the human race that religion or drama. Through the ideology of Karl Marx’s economic view of “historical materialism”, the science of this view would tell a great deal more about the Elizabethan era than Shakespeare’s subjective and dramatized version of the period. Furthermore, the origins of earth through geographical and scientific data on biology would certainly tell a greater and more...
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.....gion simply cannot do these diverse and complex evaluation because of their poetic limitations and a narrow view of the personification of God as the creator of all things. In this manner, the Encyclopedia of Science should be the last book sent to describe the intelligence and scientific view of the world that human beings understand in this modern era.
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