Nature

  • If can be refereed to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general.
  • The study of nature is a large part of science.
  • Within the various uses of the word “nature”, today it often refers to geology and wildlife.

Depending on the particular context, the term ‘natural’ might also be distinguished from the unnatural or the supernatural.
Earth; with geography and its evolution, as well as history, with an open perspective you are able to take in the knowledge of vast forms of nature and its progression. The atmosphere, climate and weather are examples.
With Earths vast variety of aquatic based water such as lakes, oceans, ponds, rivers, streams all should be considered part of the many optional ecosystems.
Plants and animals of a vast variety will be placed throughout each ecosystem.
That of which goes beyond Earth will have its own form of nature as it will not all be what we humans consider as nature of life.
There is a beauty that will be always admired by the living hosts, even in natures more harsh situations such as natural disasters and climate change.

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(Shown in Notebook 1, page 49 – 50)