Definition of cosmogenesis in English:


Line breaks: cosmo|gen¦esis
Pronunciation: /ˌkɒzmə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs


The origin or evolution of the universe.
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  • Think of this in the same way that science understands brute matter and its relation to cosmogenesis.



Pronunciation: /ˌkɒzmədʒɛˈnɛtɪk/
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  • Apart from this cosmogenetic process of graduated unfoldment, there is no life, no reality, no being.
  • Other examples are ancient cosmogenetic systems which say light is the creative principle of the universe, a theory now being explored by research into the photon's role in subatomic particles.
  • And as for the cosmogenetic aspect of a metaparticle, it's very simple indeed for an objector to mention the openly metaphysical premise of our arguments and whisk them away with a gesture.


Pronunciation: /kɒzməˈdʒɛnɪk/
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  • The argument goes like this: When cosmic rays hit the atmosphere, they not only form the cosmogenic nuclides, they also form ions, which give rise (through complicated and as yet poorly known ways) to cloud-condensation nuclei.
  • Cosmic rays also generate the so-called cosmogenic nuclides.
  • The most widely used cosmogenic isotope for absolute dating is carbon - 14, which is exchanged with living organisms as 14 CO 2.

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