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  • The return to original being through divine reason is the object of the entire cosmic process.
  • Humans can secure the future of life, and this future can give human existence a cosmic purpose.
  • We being life forms, cosmic destruction would mean the disappearance of all life.
  • Another theory is that a person could travel in time with cosmic strings.
  • According to their cosmology, each sun was a god with its own cosmic era.
  • Each thing has a formal cause and final cause and a role in the rational cosmic order.
  • God so ordered the universe that all individual acts work together toward one cosmic end which culminates in himself.
  • This fact can be used to define a type of cosmic event horizon whose distance from us changes over time.
  • It inspired him to begin his own research on cosmic rays.
  • However, some religions have very few of this kind of story of cosmic explanation.
  • He is a cosmic game player whose preferred game is pitting two opposing teams against each other.
  • A term from Greek philosophy, it meant the principle of cosmic reason.
  • When Cosmic Carnage showed up, we didn't even want to ship it.
  • Particles above that should escape, so high energy cosmic rays would likely come from outside our galaxy.
  • The fall of the moon would result in cosmic destruction.
  • The only significant source of the element at the surface is cosmic particles that reach Earth.
  • This may account for high-energy cosmic-ray sources and positron sources in the sky.
  • Caution is required in describing structures on a cosmic scale because things are often different from how they appear.
  • There are actually fewer brown dwarfs in our cosmic neighborhood than previously thought.
  • In later years, he became interested in cosmic dust.
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Synonyms of cosmic

Meaning of cosmic

  • adjective Of or from or pertaining to or characteristic of the cosmos or universe
    cosmic laws, cosmic catastrophe, cosmic rays