How do you not know what science is?
Astrophysics (from Greek astron, ἄστρον "star", and physis, φύσις "nature") is the branch of astronomy that deals with the physics of the universe, including the physical properties of celestial objects, as well as their interactions and behavior.
How does someone of a university age not know that?
I see, someone is lying about their age on here. Well in that case, I retract my last sentence, and tell you it is time to start paying attention in you chem, bio and physics classes. That's what they are, the explanations of how the universe works. Don't forget Math. Math is the language of the universe(literally).
Strange that the kundalini to be awakened by the meditation I advise is represented as a coiled cobra. All knowledge is attained easily by meditation. BTW, what's your take on String Theory as a bridge between your answer and jusliku2"s?
You are in highschool? you suppose to be in all classes.
Highschool is the last few grades before university levels, yes? Meaning they introduce you to everything for a few years so you can choose your major well, and have the basics you need to function in society? What country are you in?
Yeah I want to know which country has a ****** education like that, and still speaks English? It is US isn't it?
"Be still and know I am God" = meditate in silence<br />
Repeating Om Namah Shivaya can help to achieve that state. Once reached, you drop the mantra and just...BE
theres an Android app for that now...
Get in touch through universal love :)
It's all very logical and ordered actually. All of science has come about through our study of the stars including the structure od atoms and molecules. There is little doubt about how things work if you take the time to investigate it. I would start with Carl Sagan and his book Cosmos. It's an easy read. If you don't like books he has a 13 part series that will start on March 9th - National Geographic channel. Well worth 13 hours of your time!