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chagrin.noun
humiliation; embarrassment

chance.noun,.plural.chances
that which falls out; apparent.absence of cause or design; at the temporal level of life, when unexpected circumstances appear, we often cursorily.attribute them to random.occurrence (when we say "it happened by chance", we usually mean we don't know the cause, rather than the true meaning of chance, which implies negativity)

"Chance is useful in formal mathematics where probabilities signify that which happens without a cause, but as an ontological.entity, chance is non existent."....The Face Of Evolution.

Dr. James Coppedge, an expert in the science of statistical probability in his book, Evolution: Possible or Impossible?, Northridge, California, as in Probability Research In Molecular Biology, 1993, pages 110, 114, says."chance requires 10 billion attempts on the average in order to count to ten. Ten coins marked from 1 to 10 on one side will succeed only one in ten billion tries.(throwing them up and letting them fall).to come up sequentially." Chance here is haphazard

Coppedge goes on to say:."The probability of one protein.molecule being arranged by random process is 1 in 10 to the 161st power, using all atoms on Earth and allowing all the time since the world began. For a minimum set of the required 239 protein molecules for the smallest theoretical life, the probability is 1 in 10 to the 119,879 power. It would take 10119,841 years on the average to get a set of such proteins. That is 10119,831 times the assumed age of the Earth and is a figure with 119,831 zeroes. So how enormous is this?

"The Universe is 30 billion.(American).light years in diameter.(last estimate). If you traveled at the slowest possible walking speed, say 1/10th of a mile an hour, till you were out of the Universe and then laid down one atom from Earth you took with you and then made a trip back at the same speed and so on and so forth until you have moved every atom from all 6 billion peoples' bodies.(about 30 trillion each), then did every atom from every plant and every animal, then all rock atoms, then all car and house atoms, in fact, all atoms on Earth you would have to move the very same way; in the time it would take you to do all that, we would not get remotely close to forming just one protein molecule by random chance and if by chance this was at all possible, which it is not, then forming the second protein molecule is even much more difficult."

Evolution is a hijacked theory, adapted for use by its hijackers in their efforts to disassociate men, women and children from any primal connection with Creator-God.(taking prayer out of schools and taking efforts to dumb down mankind, etc.), whereby, if God is out of their minds, they'll have to look at other options for stability in life, such as the various authorities comprising education, financial and management of human beings. Such are subjugators today, as have been in olden times, influenced by those of the invisible dark side.

As James Coppedge has shown, the science of statistical probability shows conclusively that forming a protein molecule by random processes, is not only improbable, it's impossible! And let's not get into the even greater odds when it comes to forming a receptor molecule or an entire human cell! Evolution.as an origin of species is a crock, unless there really was a quantum leap and this too, not by chance, but by mathematically intelligent design perfection. See IBM's Blue Gene.

A receptor molecule has an electrically active indentation into which a molecule with a matching shape will fit. Who set the exact shape so they fit? Who brought about the intelligence of the molecules enabling the process of them coming together? Is sure as hell wasn't evolution! Evolution is simply just too ridiculous for words.

Roger Penrose, professor of mathematics at the University of Oxford:."It's an accuracy of one part out of ten to the power of ten to the power of 123. This is an extraordinary figure. One could not possibly even write the number down in full, in our ordinary denary.(power of ten).notation: It would be one followed by ten to the power of 123 successive zeros.(that is a million billion billion billion billion billion billion billion billion billion billion billion billion billion zeros). Even if we were to write a zero on each separate proton and on each separate neutron in the entire universe and we could throw in all the other particles as well for good measure, we should fall far short of writing down the figure needed. The precision needed to set the universe on its course is to be in no way inferior to all that extraordinary precision that we have already become accustomed to in the superb dynamical equations.(newtons, maxwells, einsteins).which govern the behavior of things from moment to moment. I would say the universe has a purpose. It's not there just somehow by chance."....as quoted in Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time.

Somebody designed it. Somebody/something formed it. The patterns, the programming, had to be designed and set or the universe and us in it would just not be here. Was it this being commonly known as the Creator, God, the Infinite Intelligence, the Void and also known by so many other names?

To what can you compare the obviously incredibly intelligent mind who created it all?.Isaiah 40:18 "To whom then will you liken God? Or what likeness will you compare unto him?" Isaiah 45:22 "...for I am God and there is none else." Ezekiel 28:9 "...I am God? But you a man and no God in the hand of him that slays you." Hosea 11:9 "...for I am God and not man, the Holy One in the midst of you....." Isaiah 46:9 "...for I am God and there is none else. I am God and there is none like me."

Some people however, assume that 'trusting life' is living by chance. They fail to see that no one is here just by chance.

chaos.noun
disorder; any great confusion or disorder
chaotic.adjective
chaotically.adverb

character.noun,.plural.characters
the character of a man, woman and child or a place, consists of all the qualities they have that make them distinct from other people or places; if something has a particular character, it has a particular quality; you use character to say what kind of person someone is, for example, if you say that someone is a strange character, you mean they are strange (it's the quality of high consciousness that makes the Creator what He is); the aggregate.(formed by the collection of or conjunction {combining} of particulars into a whole) of features and traits that form the apparent individual nature of some person or thing
the combination of qualities or features that distinguishes one person, group or thing from another; disposition; distinguishing features or attributes, as of an individual, a group or a category; character in this comparison is a distinctive.feature of a group or category (Natural Selection, entailing.divergence of character and the extinction of less improved forms."....Charles Darwin); quality; type; moral or ethical strength (he possessed enough character to not be involved with them); a person, especially one who is peculiar or eccentric (an odd and somewhat of a shady character); a person portrayed in an artistic piece, such as a drama or novel (who was the main character in the movie?); a mark or symbol used in a writing system; characterization in fiction or drama (a script that is weak in plot but strong in character); specializing in the interpretation of often minor roles that emphasize fixed personality traits or specific physical characteristics (a character actor)
Computers:.one of a set of symbols, such as letters or numbers, that are arranged to express information and convey meaning; he multi bit code representing such a character
Genetics:.a structure, function or attribute determined by a gene or group of genes
character, charactered, charactering, characters.transitive verbs
in character.idiom
consistent with someone's general character or behavior (behavior that was totally in character; very typical of her)
out of character.idiom
inconsistent with someone's general character or behavior (a response so much out of character that it amazed me; must be having an 'off' day)
characterless.adjective

characteristic.noun,.plural.characteristics
a distinguishing.trait, quality or property
characteristic.adjective
qualities that distinguish one from all other members of the same.kind or class (a highly individual writing style is one unlike most others); revealing, distinguishing or typical of an individual character; applies to something that distinguishes or identifies a person, thing or class (being twins they had many of the same characteristics); distinctive; peculiar
characteristically.adverb

characterize, characterized, characterizing, characterizes.transitive verbs
if something is characterized by a particular.feature or quality, that feature or quality is an obvious part of it; to describe the qualities or peculiarities of (characterized the warden in the movie as ruthless); if characterize someone, you know what they are like and likely to do (we all knew her character was to avoid conflict and wished others were the same); to be a distinctivetrait or mark of; distinguish-(the beauty and symmetry that characterize flowers; a region that is characterized by its dikes and canals)
characterizer.noun,.plural.characterizers
characterization.noun,.plural.characterizations
the act or an instance of characterizing; a description of qualities or peculiarities (a list of places of interest, with brief characterizations of each); representation of a character or characters on the stage or in writing, especially by imitating or describing actions, gestures or speeches

charity.noun,.plural.charities
the word charity is an Old English word meaning love: 1Corinthians 13:13; provision of help or relief to the poor; almsgiving; something given to help the needy; alms; an institution, an organization or a fund.established to help the needy; benevolence or generosity.toward others or toward humanity
charitable.adjective
generous in giving money or other help to the needy; of, for or concerned with charity (a charitable organization)
charitableness.noun
charitably.adverb
synonyms.benevolent, philanthropic

charm.noun
compelling attractiveness; allure
charming.adjective
extremely pleasing or delightful; quality of pleasing or delighting (a breezy tropical setting of great charm); entrancing; a particular quality that attracts ("There is a difference between beauty and charm. A beautiful woman is one I notice. A charming woman is one who notices me."....John Erskine); a delightful characteristic (a mischievous.grinwas among the child's many charms); a small ornament, such as one worn on a bracelet; an amulet; in physics, a quantum.property of the charm quark whose conservation explains the absence of certain strange-particle decay modes and that accounts for the longevity of the J particle
charm, charmed, charming, charms.verbs
transitive verb use.to attract or delight greatly (the simple elegance of the meal charmed the guests); to induce by using strong personal attractiveness (charmed the guests and at the end received a large tip)
intransitive verb use.to be alluring or pleasing; to function as an amulet or charm
charmingly.adverb
charmless.adjective
lacking charm; if you say that something or someone is charmless, you mean that they are unattractive or uninteresting (a charmless city street; a charmless smoggy industrial town); banal; flat; boring, insipid; dreary
not at all pleasant or interesting

chastise, chastised, chastising, chastises.transitive verbs
to severely correct to make one better or to bring them into line with how you think they should be, by somehow emphasizing the importance of the issue
chastisement, chastiser.nouns

chasten, chastened, chastening, chastens.transitive verbs
to correct by reproof or punishment; take to task; to restrain; subdue (chasten a proud spirit); to rid of excess; refine or purify (chasten a careless writing style)
chastener.noun
one who chastens

collective.adjective
assembled or accumulated into a whole; of, relating.to, characteristic of or made by a number of people acting as a group (a collective effort)
collective.noun
a self-administered.undertaking, such as a business operation, set up on the principle of shared ownership and control, such as is the case with cooperative.associations
collectively.adverb
collectiveness.noun
Grammar:.a collective noun

collector.noun,.plural.collectors
one that collects (a solar energy collector; a dust collector; a garbage collector; a stamp and coin collector); in electronics an electrode that collects electrons which have finished carrying current
collectorship.noun,.plural.collectorships

collect, collected, collecting, collects.verbs
transitive verb use.to bring together in a group or mass; gather; to recover control of (collect one's emotions)
intransitive verb use.to come together in a group or mass; gather; to take in payments or donations (collecting for charity)
collect.adverb
collect.adjective
with payment to be made by the receiver (called collect; a collect phone call)
collection.noun,.plural.collections
the act or process of collecting; a group of objects or works to be seen, studied or kept together, as an exhibit in a museum; an accumulation; a deposit (a collection of dust on the piano); a collecting of money, as in church; the sum so collected

chauvinism, chauvinist.nouns
militant, unreasoning and boastful.devotion with contempt for other opinions, races, sex, etc.
chauvinistically.adverb
chauvinistic.adjective

colloid.noun,.plural.colloids
a substance made of small insoluble, non-diffusible.particles larger than molecules but small enough so that they remain suspended in a fluid.medium without settling to the bottom
Chemistry:.a suspension of finely divided particles in a continuous medium, such as water, in which the particles are approximately 5 to 5,000 angstroms in size, do not settle out of the substance rapidly and are not readily filtered; the particulate matter so suspended
colloidally.adverb
colloidal.adjective

concatenate, concatenated, concatenating, concatenates.transitive verbs
to connect or link in a series or chain
Computers.to arrange strings of characters into a chained list
concatenate.adjective
connected or linked in a series
concatenation.noun

catharsis.noun,.plural.catharses
Medicine:.purgation, especially for the digestive system; a purifying or figurative cleansing of the emotions, especially pity and fear; a release of emotional tension, as after an overwhelming experience, that restores or refreshes the spirit Psychology:.a technique used to relieve tension and anxiety by bringing repressed feelings and fears to consciousness; the therapeutic result of this process

cathartic.adjective
inducing catharsis; purgative
cathartic.noun,.plural.cathartics
an agent for purging the bowels, especially a laxative

cue.noun
a signal, such as a word or an action, used to prompt another event in a performance, such as an actor's speech or entrance, a change in lighting or a sound effect; a reminder or a prompting; a hint or suggestion
Music:.an extract from the music for another part printed, usually in smaller notes, within a performer's part as a signal to enter after a long rest; a gesture by a conductor signaling the entrance of a performer or part
cue, cued, cuing, cues.transitive verbs
to give a cue to; to signal or prompt; to insert or cause to be inserted into the sequence of a performance
cue (someone) in.phrasal verb
to give information or instructions to (a latecomer, for example) 
cue.noun
the letter q

cue
in games, a long tapered rod with a leather tip used to strike the cue ball in billiards and pool; a long stick with a concave attachment at one end for shoving disks in shuffleboard; a line of waiting people or vehicles; a queue
cue, cued, cuing, cues.verbs
transitive verb use.Games:.to strike with a cue; to braid or twist hair into a queue
intransitive verb use.to form a line or queue

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