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plasma.noun
Physics:.plasma is charged (electrically charged) particles coming from the Sun in a state of matter in which atoms present fully ionized, this phase of matter being distinct from solids, liquids and normal gases; plasma consists of equal numbers of electrons and atomic nuclei (positive ions) moving relatively freely; they occur in the universe and in the Van Allen Belts (belts surrounding the Earth that trap the solar wind.(plasma) and emit intense radiation; in the twentieth century, space is visualized as a near vacuum, but the reality now being discovered, is different

plasma.also.plasm.noun
the clear, yellowish fluid portion of blood, lymph or intramuscular fluid in which cells are suspended; blood plasma; protoplasm or cytoplasm
plasmatic.or.plasmic.adjective

preposterous.adjective
contrary to reason or common sense; senseless, absurd; ridiculous

primate.noun,.plural.primates
means 'first' in latin; any member mankind and of the more highly developed animals, like apes, monkeys, etc.

propaganda.noun
the systematic.propagation of a doctrine or cause or of information.reflecting the views and interests of those people advocating such a doctrine or cause, usually in order to brainwash or injure in some way another person, cause or an institution; ideas, facts or allegations spread deliberately to further one's cause or to damage in some way, another cause deemed to be opposing
propagandist.noun.or.adjective
propagandism.noun
propagandistic.adjective
propagandistically.adverb

propagandize, propagandized, propagandizing, propagandizes.transitive verbs
if you say that a group of people propagandize, you think that they are dishonestly trying to persuade other people to share their views (you can propagandize just by calling attention to something; governments are elected to serve and not propagandize); to engage in propaganda for a doctrine or cause with the purpose of highly influencing opinions toward brainwashing; to subject a person or group to propaganda
intransitive verb use.to spread propaganda (propagandizing for increasing taxes while all the while hiding money); propagandized for legalized drug use
propagandizer-noun

propose, proposed, proposing, proposes.verbs
transitive verb use.to put forward for consideration, discussion or adoption; suggest (propose a change); to recommend (a person) for a position, office or membership; nominate; to offer (offer a toast); to make known as one's intention;
intransitive verb use.to form or make a proposal
proposal.noun,.plural.proposals
the act of proposing; a plan that is proposed
proposer.noun

proposition.noun,.plural.propositions
a proposition is a statement or an idea which people can consider or discuss to decide whether it is true; a plan; a matter to be dealt with; a principle; a task; proposal
propositional.adjective
proposition applies to a statement, theorem, etc., set forth for argument, proof, etc. (the proposition that all men are created equal)
Logic/Grammar:.a statement in which the subject is affirmed or denied by the predicate
proposition, propositioned, propositioning, propositions.transitive verbs
to propose a private bargain to
propositionally.adverb
propositional.adjective

pulsar.noun,.plural.pulsars
a pulsar is a star that spins very fast and cannot be seen but produces regular radio signals; the closest pulsar is 280 light years away in the constellation of Cetus; a pulsar is a rotating neutron star that sends out pulses of electromagnetic radiation at regular intervals in seconds and fractions of them, except for a pulsar known as PRR-J2144-3933, which emits every 8.5 seconds. A pulsar forms when huge supernova explosions generate highly compact neutron star cores, which are about 6-12 kilometers in diameter and spin faster as they collapse. Some pulsars rotate at an amazingly 600 times a second. Were it not for the design of gravity, pulsars would blow apart; the pulsar's magnetic field, which is 1 million times stronger than Earth's and its high velocity (speed) rotation, combine to accelerate the electron and this acceleration leads to the emission of radio waves in a narrow beam which pans across space like a light rotating in a lighthouse does on Earth, where each time the beam sweeps across Earth, astronomers can detect the radio waves.

parsimonious.adjective
characterized by parsimony; miserly
parsimony.noun
to be careful in spending; unreasonable.economy; stinginess; frugality; law of parsimony

paucity.noun
fewness; small in number; scarcity; insufficiency

power.noun,.plural.powers
the ability or capacity to perform or act.effectively; a specific capacity, faculty or aptitude (her powers of concentration and recall.enabled her to learn easily); strength; the energy or motive force by which a physical system or machine is operated (turbines turned by steam power; a sailing ship driven by wind power); a vehicle's power measured in horsepower); the capacity of a system or machine to operate; electricity supplied to a home, building or community (a storm that cut off power to the whole region); the ability or capacity to exercise.control; a person, group or nation having great.influence or control over others
powerful.adjective
having or capable of exerting great power (the power ofGod); effective or potent (a powerful presentation against pesticides and the other 'cides')
powerful.adverb
very (it was a powerful lightning bolt)
powerfully.adverb
powerfulness.noun

power
Mathematics: the product, which is the number obtained by multiplying two or more numbers together, of the multiplication of a number by itself; i.e., 4 is the second power of 2 (2x2 {2 to the second power, written 22}) and 32 is the fifth power of 2 (2 to the 5th power or 25 {2x2x2x2x2=32}); it is cumbersome to write a billion and easier to write 109. Raising to a power is simply multiplying a number by itself as many times as you wish and indicating it by the power. It also works negatively, by using division; for example 1/100 would be written 10-2, that is, 10 to the minus 2 {10÷10=1 [1/100th}]), the tens used two times in the negative way to arrive at the result of 1
   
perceive, perceived, perceiving, perceives.transitive verbs
to become aware of through sight, hearing, touch, taste or smell, the senses; to notice information; if you perceive something, you see, notice or realize it (a key failure in science is that of lack of comprehension of the invisible reality supporting that which they observe; it's important to educate pupils to perceive for themselves the relationship between success and imagination); to comprehend; to grasp mentally; to gain information; apprehend
perceivably.adverb
perceivable.adjective
perceiver.noun
synonym.discern

percept.noun
the object of perception; a mental impression of something perceived by the senses, viewed as the basic component in the formation of concepts; a sense datum

perception.noun,.plural.perceptions
your perception of something is the way that you think about it or the impression.you have of it (researchers were interested in how perceptions of death affect the way we live); beliefs together form perceptions; someone who has perception realizes or notices things that are not obvious (it did not require a great deal of perception to realize the interview was over); perception is the recognition of things using your senses;, how you feel about things or the thoughts coming to mind in various.situations: connsciousness; sensation and awareness provide fuel for perception; perception results when the brain provides information for analysis by your memory so an interpretation can be made of what information a stimulus from a sense or senses has provided and what that may mean to you; your perception to music may be that it is a little bit loud or that the music is one of your favorite songs; intuition is sister to perception
perceptible-adjective
capable of becoming aware of because of being alert to things perceived.(by the senses or the mind); to perceive
perceptibly.adverb
perceptibility.noun

perceptual.adjective
of, based on or involving perception
perceptually.adverb

perceptive.adjective
of or relating to perception (perceptive faculties); having the ability to perceive; keen in discernment; marked by discernment and understanding; sensitive
perceptively.adverb
perceptivity.or.perceptiveness.noun

perceptible.adjective
capable of being perceived by the senses or the mind (perceptible sounds in the night)
perceptibility.noun
perceptibly.adverb

poach, poached, poaching, poaches.transitive verbs
to tread upon; plunder; to trespass for hunting; to hunt illegally; to cook in a boiling or simmering liquid (poach the eggs) poachable.adjective
poacher.noun,.plural.poachers
a vessel or dish designed for the poaching of food, such as eggs or fish; one who hunts or fishes illegally on the property of another; any of various elongated marine fishes of the family Agonidae, chiefly of northern Pacific waters, having an external covering of bony plates

potential.adjective
opposed to actual; having possibility, capability or power; that can, but has not yet come into being; latent; unrealized; something possessing the capacity for growth or development; undeveloped (the fertile raw land has great potential for producing massive amount of vegetables and grains); in physics, the work required to bring a unit electric charge, magnetic pole or mass from an infinitely distant position to a designated point in a static electric, magnetic or gravitational field, respectively; in electricity, the potential energy of a unit charge at any point in an electric circuit measured with respect to a specified reference point in the circuit or to ground; voltage
potentially.adverb

potentiality.noun,.plural.potentialities
the state of being potential; inherent.capacity for growth, development or coming into existence; something possessing such capacity

potentiometer.noun
a three-terminal resistor with an adjustable center connection, widely used for volume control in radio and television receivers; an instrument for measuring an unknown voltage by comparison to a standard voltage
potentiometric.adjective

precise.adjective
strictly.defined; accurately.stated; with no variation; minutely.exact; correct
preciseness.noun
precisely.adverb
in a precise manner (inferior equipment was precisely the reason some hikers refused to continue the climb)

precision.noun
the state or quality of being precise; exactness
precision.adjective
used or intended for accurate or exact measurement (a precision tool); made so as to vary.minimally from a set standard (precision components); of or characterized by accurate action

predecessor.noun,.plural.predecessors
coming before another person, etc., in time; your predecessor is the person who had your job before you (she learned everything she knew from her predecessor); the predecessor of an object or machine is the object or machine that came before it in a sequence or process of development

primordial.adjective
first in time; existing at or from the beginning; original; primary; fundament; earliest formed

primordium.noun,.plural.primordia
an organ or a part in its most rudimentary form or stage of development as how a sunflower grows its seeds

protozoan.also.protozoon.noun,.plural.protozoans.or.protozoa.also protozoons
any of a large group of single celled, usually microscopic, eukaryotic organisms, such as amoebas, ciliates (characterized by numerous cilia), flagellates and sporozoans (parasitic protozoans which reproduce by means of spores; transmitted by bloodsucking insects to different hosts, they can cause many diseases, such as malaria and coccidiosis); the phylum of protozoans
protozoan.or.protozoal.or.protozoic.adjective

progressive.adjective
moving forward; advancing; proceeding in steps; continuing steadily by increments (progressive change); promoting or favoring progress toward better conditions or new policies, ideas or methods (a progressive politician; progressive business leadership)
Grammar:.designating a verb form that expresses an action or condition in progress
progressive.noun
a person who actively favors or strives for progress toward better conditions, as in society or government
progressively.adverb
progressiveness.noun

progressive income tax.(increasing in rate as the taxable amount increases; a two standard system advocated by the communist Karl Marx in his Communist Manifesto, in that it is progressive for those collecting it and retrogressive for those forced under penalty to pay; income tax is voluntary in almost all countries, but presented to the public as mandatory; learn the truth about it at detaxcanada.org, available in what's called 'the wayback machine'; type it into GoodGopher.com, Bing or Google
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