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Philosophy to Physics: a character development of God and the origin of life

    God•Creation•Evolution• God•Creation•Evolution• God•Creation•Evolution• God•Creation•Evolution• The Beginning... We have always wanted answers and human imagination has never failed to offer them. Years ago, even during the era of Socrates, philosophers debated life and its mysteries. Aristotle, born 384 BC, had all things resulting from his prime mover – a force of movement shifting throughout the world and the cosmos. What he meant by its movement was not exclusively a linear sense but also multi-directional like fire, melting metal, expansion of forces, explosions etcetera. Heraclitus, born circa 535 BC, interested in metaphysical thought, developed two similar ideas, Panta Rhei, literally meaning everything flows. An appreciation of impermanence through change and the concept of the Logos (our potential human capacity to link with the logic/common sense of the natural world). Heraclitus acknowledged we all have some degree of knowledge and clarity of thought, but he