What is thinner than water and what is heavier than earth ?
These two questions are based on philosophy not on science. Please put pressure on mind to find the answers.
Air is thinner than water and rock is heavier than the earth. Earth or soil has power to let grow plants where as rock does not retain sensation of earth soil (earth). These answer I burrowed from a Nepali savant called Khaptad Baba who died couple of years ago.
Knowledge is thinner then water & sin is heavier then earth,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Jal se patla gyan hai, aur paap bhumi se bhaari.....
by ANIL KUMAR UPADHYAY 10 years ago
What is heavier than earth ?
by Julianna 10 years ago
Is hot water heavier than cold water?Having a family member who has to use cervical traction and she doesn't understand why she cannot use cold. I have explained it to her already, but of course she wishes for me to come to the masses to see if your answer matches mine.
by Oscar Jones 6 months ago
Do you believe in the biblical flood in the days of Noah? it was recorded as a cataclysmic earth-covering flood, and mentions waters flowing from the deep, (out of the earth, as well as all the water previously being held in a cloud canopy over the earth falling as the first rain on the...
by icv 6 years ago
Can you connect science and philosophy? Are both enemies?
by paarsurrey 5 years ago
As its name suggests it is useful in science only. It has not been designed for religion and or philosophy. Right? PleaseRegards
by Raymond D Choiniere 12 years ago
Dear posters, non-believer or believers:I've posted this topic to discuss 'religious beliefs' and the basis for which you formed your belief.I'm studying, through your comments, your methodology/thinking, which you form your belief.I'm looking for a "GOOD" or "BENEFIT" aspect...
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