5D Thinking on the Carbon Cycle
We follow a Carbon atom in its incredible journey from the atmosphere to the body of a little rabbit. In the process, we learn how the Carbon cycle has been designed to regulate Earth’s temperature, provide sustenance for living beings, build oceanic infrastructure and remove waste.
DescriptionIn the first dimension, Analytical Thinking, we explore the eight allotropes of carbon and their practical uses. We then delve into the intricacies of the Carbon cycle by exploring how respiration and photosynthesis play key roles in the cycling of carbon between the atmosphere, organisms, and environment. We also highlight some fascinating facts about carbon. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking, to better appreciate the Carbon Cycle on Earth, we reflect on two analogies of the carbon cycle: a man-made thermostat and negative emission technologies. We learn how it took a deep level of knowledge, will, and power to come up with these technologies which mimic some works of the carbon cycle. Then, in the third dimension, Critical Thinking, we conclude that it does not make sense to ascribe those wise and beneficial acts of carbons to them since they do not have any consciousness. They do not know what they do though they seem to act as if they know living beings and care about their life. We know for sure from human experience, it takes the cumulative knowledge, will, and effort of many people over many years to come up with these highly advanced systems. Then, we urge readers to think about the origin of the Carbon Cycle system. In the fourth dimension, Meditative Thinking, we reflect on the sun, the force of gravity, atmosphere, plants, decomposing bacteria, and many other organisms collaborate like a team with millions of other members to partake in the Carbon Cycle process. Thus, means that the One who creates the Carbon Cycle must be the One who creates and sustains the entire universe. We conclude that converting poisonous gases into pleasant food points to Him as All-Powerful, The Most-Kind, and The Most-Merciful. Finally, in the fifth dimension, the Moral Thinking dimension, we invite readers to reflect on the true value of the Carbon Cycle as a special gift and offer their appreciation through good words and acts.
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