Important.
Again...
And again...
Too much?
And over again...
Order a Ve shape...
W O R D E R I N G
The spokes of a wheel
God bless. 🙏🏻
"At the foundations of My creations are Truth and Reality, these are with Me and of Me, but they are not My substance, neither are they things comprehensible on Earth.
These are truly great things indescribable in the inadequate words of men, which can do no more than form an imperfect, incomplete and distorted picture of them; simple things can be described clearly in a few words to the understanding of man,
but greater things become increasingly difficult to deal with through mere words.
What words of man can be used to describe the indescribable?

How can things beyond the comprehension of mortal men be brought within the limits of their understanding?
Before the shadow, there was the reflecting light, a light so bright that, were it not veiled in the darkness, it would consume the shadow.
Seeking to explain and describe transcendental things in the limited language of man only leads to obscurity and confusion; the words form incomprehensible sentences, and unthinking men will declare them to be incoherence.
Therefore, look behind the sentences strung together with mere words.

I am the Unknown God veiled from man by man's mortal limitations."

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Coherent, ultimately from the Latin co- ("together") and haerēre ("to stick or cling"),
entered English in the 16th century and almost from the beginning was used both of physical things ("coherent stone") and of things which hold together in a much less palpable way ("coherent thoughts").
incoherence (countable and uncountable, plural incoherences)
1(uncountable) The quality of being incoherent.
1The quality of not making logical sense or of not being logically connected.
(obsolete) The quality of not holding together physically.
(countable) Something incoherent; something that does not make logical sense or is not logically connected.
(psychiatry) Thinking or speech that is so disorganized that it is essentially inapprehensible to others.
incoherency (usually uncountable, plural incoherencies)
1The quality of being incoherent; lack of coherence.

 coherence on Wikipedia
Alternative forms

•cohærence (archaic)

Etymology

From Middle French coherence, from Latin cohaerentia.
coherence (countable and uncountable, plural coherences)

1The quality of cohering, or being coherent; internal consistency.

His arguments lacked coherence.
1A logical arrangement of parts, as in writing.
2(physics, of waves) The property of having the same wavelength and phase.
3(linguistics, translation studies) A semantic relationship between different parts of the same text.
cohesion (usually uncountable, plural cohesions)

1State of cohering, or of working together.

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: to cause (people) to join or meet : to cause (people) to come together She and her husband were brought together by a shared love of the natural world.

The conference has brought together some of the world's leading experts on laser technology
Come forth.
A T E C H N O L O G Y
lo
/ləʊ/

exclamation

ARCHAIC

1 used to draw attention to an interesting or amazing event."and lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them"
lo and behold — used to present a new scene, situation, or turn of events, often with the suggestion that, though surprising, it could in fact have been predicted.
natural exclamation: first recorded as lā in Old English; reinforced in Middle English by a shortened form of loke ‘look!’, imperative of look.
From Middle English loke, from Old English loca (“a bar, bolt; enclosure, stronghold”), from Proto-Germanic *lukô, *lukǭ (“lock, clasp, shutter, opening”), from Proto-Indo-European *lewg- (“to bend, turn”). Cognate with Icelandic loka (“clasp, latch, lock, bolt”). More at lock.
loke (plural lokes)
1(Britain dialectal) The wicket or hatch of a door.
2(Britain dialectal) A close narrow lane; a cul-de-sac.
3(Britain dialectal) A private path or road.
4(Britain dialectal) A small field or meadow.
A derivative of loc.

Noun

loke f (indefinite plural loke, definite singular lokja, definite plural loket)
1dear, darling
loke
1(botany) rose
loke
1inflection of loka (“world”):
1locative singular
2accusative plural
loka
1to be right
From Sanskrit लोक (loka, “world, sight”).
sight (countable and uncountable, plural sights)
1(in the singular) The ability to see.
The act of seeing; perception of objects by the eye; view.

to gain sight
Not again surely...
1Something seen.

2Something worth seeing; a spectacle, either good or bad.
You really look a sight in that ridiculous costume!
A device used in aiming a projectile, through which the person aiming looks at the intended target.
A small aperture through which objects are to be seen, and by which their direction is settled or ascertained.

the sight of a quadrant
1The instrument of seeing; the eye.

2Mental view; opinion; judgment.
•(ability to see): sense of sight, vision

•(something seen): view

•(aiming device): scope, peep sight
•sight
Derived terms

•far-sighted
•foresight
•hindsight
•insight
•line-of-sight
•long-sighted
•near-sighted
•outsight
•oversight
•short-sighted
•sightful
•sightless
•sightly
•sightwise
•telescopic sight
•at sight
•in sight
•not a pretty sight
•on sight
•out of sight
•out of sight, out of mind
•second sight
•sight cheque
•sight draft
•sight for sore eyes
•sight for sore eyes
•sight gag
•sight rhyme
•sight unseen
sight (third-person singular simple present sights, present participle sighting, simple past and past participle sighted)
1(transitive) To register visually.
2(transitive) To get sight of (something).
1(transitive) To apply sights to; to adjust the sights of; also, to give the proper elevation and direction to by means of a sight. to sight a rifle or a cannon


2(transitive) To take aim at.
vision (countable and uncountable, plural visions)
1(uncountable) The sense or ability of sight.
2(countable) Something seen; an object perceived visually.
3(countable) Something imaginary one thinks one sees. He tried drinking from the pool of water, but realized it was only a vision.
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The fact is that hydrophobicity contributes in determining the biological/environmental fate of nanoparticles as well as their potential toxicity.
... The energy barrier potential between the nanoparticle and the collector(s) represents the potential energy at which the particles are repelled by the collector surface.
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