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splendid; stately; beautiful; grand; exalted
greatness or lavishness of surroundings; splendor; grand or imposing beauty

a mixed up mess; hodgepodge; jumble

mumbo jumbo.noun
complicated activity usually intended to obscure and confuse; a complicated often ritualistic observance with elaborate trappings; unnecessarily involved and incomprehensible language; gibberish (unintelligible chatter), etc.

magnetic field.noun,.plural.magnetic fields
a field that is concentrated around electric currents and magnets, which determines their effect on moving charges on for example the Earth's magnetic field

an asymmetrical.region surrounding the Earth, extending from about one hundred to several thousand miles above its surface, in which charged particles are trapped and their behavior is dominated by the Earth's magnetic field

something intermediate; a middle state; a go between (mom was always the go-between when us brothers were in dispute with each other); any means, agency or instrumentality, as radio, the Internet and TV, are mediums of communication.through. which.signals are transmitted; such signals are in the form of energy waves called radio waves and microwaves, which travel into and through what we call space, by means of the medium of what's called invisible dark matter; mediums also means individuals presenting themselves as having the ability to communicate beyond this third dimensional world, such as a psychic or clairvoyant as Edgar Cayce and Grigori Grabovoi and such as some individuals like Daniel of the Old Testament were:.Daniel 1:20, for example Edgar Cayce, being a highly regarded psychic, produced maps the US Navy uses which are in effect today, the maps showing what parts of the world would be under water that aren't now; the maps

having the same relationship or feelings toward (the feelings we both had for the girl were mutual); reciprocal
mutually exclusive.adjective
being.related such that each excludes or precludes the other, such as mutually exclusive events, where each is an event, which is the mutuality, yet they are different events and therefor.incompatible or they could have been rolled into just one event; contradictory; unable to be both true at the same time, because one absolves the other; necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities; either, or (either this or that, but not both at the same time, I'm full from the main meal); an alternative; categories are mutually exclusive when objects can be placed into one category and no other

a visual defect in which distant objects appear blurred because their images are focused in front of the retina rather than on it; nearsightedness; also called short sight; lack of discernment or long-range perspective in thinking or planning often self-induced by the spiritual blindness that greed causes)
one who is affected by myopia

manipulate, manipulated, manipulating, manipulates.transitive verbs
to influence or manage shrewdly or deviously.(manipulated public opinion for his own selfish gain by omitting much truth); to tamper with or falsify for personal gain (tried to manipulate the people on the causes of inflation); to manage and control with skill; to operate or control by skilled use of the hands; handle (she manipulated the lights to get just the effect she wanted)
manipulative, manipulable, manipulatable, manipulatory.adjectives
manipulability, manipulation, manipulations, manipulator, manipulators, manipulativeness.nouns

a meson is a class of subatomic.particles consisting of a quark and an anti quark particle (an anti particle) which includes the lighter pion and kaon particles; mesons are a subclass of hadrons and carry 1/2 integer spin, measured in units of Planck's constant h divided by 2 pi; together the mesons and baryons are called hadrons (Greek strong) because all these particles feel the strong force; meson is from the Greek, meaning 'medium', a meson weighs more than an electron, but less than a proton

a muon is the electron and one of the leptons, its lifetime measured in microseconds (one millionth of a second), the muon is formed when a neutrino occasionally interacts with other particles; to change from one form to another a particle must have mass

material; stuff; what a thing is made of; whatever occupies space and is perceivable to the senses in some way; matter is different modes of vibration of the strings.comprising.molecules

We have bones and tissues made up of cells, which are in turn composed of molecules and molecules containing atoms; atoms' building blocks includes quarks and quarks have strings in them, perhaps comprising neutrinos.

The constituents of matter are 6 particles called leptons and 6 called quarks. Why not 4 or some other number?

All of the matter around us is made up of particles of matter, as compared to particles that transmit forces.

Why nature has 3 families of matter is not known. Ask God. He knows. The matter particles come in three families of four, each family differing only by mass.

These are up quarks, down quarks, electrons and electron neutrinos, with the other being neutrinos. Quarks are stuck together by the strong force, carried by gluons to form hadrons.

Gluons include the protons and neutrons that combine to form atomic nuclei. Electrons attracted to these nuclei by the electromagnetic force. carried by photons, orbit nuclei to form atoms and molecules.

The weak interaction is carried by the W and Z particles and is responsible when an atomic nucleus decays and emits a proton and an neutrino.

Gravity acts on mass by what is believed to be particles called gravitons, but have yet to be detected. The strong force acts on quarks binding them together to form hundreds of particles known as hadrons. The proton and the neutron are hadrons.The weak force operates at very short range.
matter of course.noun
a natural or logical outcome (many things work out their own way in time)
as a matter of fact.idiom
in fact; actually; relating or adhering to facts; literal; straightforward or unemotional; a matter that is an actual fact or is demonstrable as a fact; a fact as distinct from an opinion or conjecture
matter of factly.adverb
matter of factness.noun
for that matter.idiom
so far as that is concerned; as for that; used to indicate that a subject, though mentioned second, is as relevant as the first
no matter.idiom
regardless of (no matter where it's going I'm on it)
no matter what.idiom
regardless of whatever.circumstances, consequences or results; irrespective of
no matter what happens.idiom
in spite of all obstacles (after avoiding doing it for months, he's starting this weekend to clean out the garage, come hell or high water)

a subject of concern, feeling or action (matters of the heart; a personal matter); you use matters to refer to the situation you are talking about, especially when something is affecting the situation in some way; if you say that a situation is a matter of a particular.thing, you mean that that is the most important thing to be done or considered when you are involved in the situation or explaining it; trouble or difficulty (what's the matter with your car?); something that occupies space and can be perceived by one or more senses (this rock I picked up is composed of hard matter); a physical body, a physical substance; something that has mass and exists as a solid, liquid or gas; a specific type of substance; an approximated quantity, amount or extent.(the construction will last a matter of years); something printed or otherwise set down in writing (reading matter)
matter, mattered, mattering, matters.intransitive verbs
to be of importance (love matters); count (it matters that people demand honesty of those representing them)
gray matter.noun,.plural.gray matters
brownish-gray nerve tissue, especially of the brain and spinal cord, composed of nerve cell bodies and their dendrites and some supportive tissue; gray matter us often used when referring to brains and/or intellect (nothing wrong with his gray matter)

capable of making the distinction between soul promptings, how?; an accepted principle used to regulate one's conduct which does not provide an adverse affect to another; standards of highest conduct (does no hurt to another in any way; is honest, fair and forthright; follows the golden rule in life, having nis or her moral compass.properly.aligned); the high consciousness quality of doing what is right and good for self and others (Matthew 22:36-40) and avoiding what is wrong according to one's moral.compass) 
both kids were morally good although they did do some bad things
the lesson or principle contained in or taught by a fable, a story, a parable or an event with the overtone of being good; a concisely expressed precept or general.truth; a maxim; rules or habits of conduct, often regarding sexual conduct, that societies believed and thus.adopted throughout the centuries to be helpful guideline references for interaction
moral quality or character; the quality of being in accord with standards of conduct which produce good for self and others; virtuous conduct
moralize, moralized, moralizing, moralizes.verbs
intransitive verb use.to think about or express moral judgments or reflections
transitive verb use.to interpret or explain the moral meaning of; to improve the morals of

characterized by or displaying a concern with morality; marked by a narrow-minded morality

modify, modified, modifying, modifies.transitive verbs
to change slightly or partially in character, form, etc.; to alter
that can be modified
modificatory.adjective-(pronounced 'mod if ah kay turee')
modifying or tending to modify
something that modifies, such as a word or phrase that makes specific the meaning of another word or phrase, examples 'children's hospital', 'northern children's hospital'

magnetic pole.noun,.plural.magnetic poles
either of two variable points on the Earth, close to but not coinciding with the geographic poles, where the Earth's magnetic field is most intense and toward which a compass needle points

maxwell.proper noun;.abbreviation-Mx
the unit of magnetic flux in the centimeter/gram/second system, equal to the flux perpendicularly intersecting an area of one square centimeter in a region where the magnetic intensity is one gauss

a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into 4 daughter nuclei, each containing half the chromosome number of the parent nucleus; compare mitosis

an increased amount of black or nearly black pigmentation (as of skin, feathers or hair) of an individual or kind of organism; melanism is often a polygenic (multi gene) trait, producing a more or less continuous range of hues; intense human pigmentation of the skin, eyes and hair; more

extremely small; a millionth part (from Greek, meaning 'little');
compare macro

comparatively.minor.evolutionary change.involving the accumulation of variations in populations usually below the species level; evolution.resulting from a succession of relatively small genetic.variations that often cause the formation of new subspecies; compare macroevolution

the structure of an organism or object as revealed through microscopic examination; compare macrostructure

mathematics.plural noun
mathematics follows algorithms.using symbols; the science of structure.and pattern in our three-dimensional world, involving measurements of properties and relationships of quantities using numbers and symbols
(history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/history/HistoryTopics.html); arithmetic is a part of mathematics
the mathematician Johnny von Neuman was regarded by many to be of greater brilliance than Einstein and on a par with the geniusRamujan; of or relating to mathematics; precise; exact; absolute; certain; from Middle English and from Greek 'mathema' meaning 'science' and 'learning' and from 'manthanein' meaning 'to learn'

a name given to someone such as a king, queen, emperor or empress having constitutionally limiting authority, such as a constitutional monarch, also erroneously called a sovereign such as was the Queen of England, as compared to an absolute monarch, which at one time before being ramrodded.out of it by the cabal back then, she was; one that allows themself or more likely, was coerced into, being presented as worthy to surpasse others in power or preeminence (the cabal always sets up puppets for the people to either love or hate, while themselves hide comfortably behind the scenes)
a form of tyrannical government in which one individual backed by other criminals, of course, assumes a fake physical hereditarial right to rule over others as head of state; the term is also applied to the state so governed; the power of a monarch varies; today constitutional monarchies possess little, if any power and are simply pawns in a much bigger game of people control by those behind the scenes
compare sovereign

monarch butterfly.noun,.plural.monarch butterflies
a large American butterfly (Danaus plexippus) having light brown wings with black veins and white-spotted black borders, noted for its long-distance migrations from Canada to only one 60 square mile area in Mexico and its brightly striped caterpillars that feed almost exclusively on the milkweed plant; also called milkweed butterfly; monarch means one that surpasses others in power or preeminence; check YouTube for monarch butterfly where there are many excellent documentaries on them

something illusory or insubstantial; an optical phenomenon that creates the illusion of water, often with inverted reflections of distant objects and results from distortion of light by alternate layers of hot and cool air