We See the Momentary End-Point of the State of the Earth

In the course of the history of the earth innumerable events have occurred one after another, causing changes of states, all with certain lasting consequences. This is the basis of our developmental law, which, in a nutshell, claims that the diversity of phenomena is a necessary consequence of the accumulation of the results of all individual occurrences happening one after another... The current state of the earth, thus, constitutes the as yet most diverse final result, which of course represents not a real but only a momentary end-point.


What we see on our planet is the result of a several-billion-year accumulation of events.

Folksonomies: causation

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State (0.919658): dbpedia
Earth (0.874654): dbpedia | freebase
Planet (0.756565): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc

 Ober das Entwicklung der Erde
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Cotta , Carl Bernhard von (1867), Ober das Entwicklung der Erde, Retrieved on 2012-03-07
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  • Folksonomies: earth science