It is a unique approach to read the universe ... ...like an elegant book. It is a new way of understanding science... ...to strengthen your belief and establish sound character.
In the first dimension, Analytical Thinking, we explore how important nitrogen is for all living beings. We track the nitrogen cycle through several interconnected stages such as nitrogen fixation, nitrification, assimilation, and denitrification.  We also cover some interesting scientific facts about nitrogen and its cycle. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking,  we compare the nitrogen cycle to the paper recycling process. We conclude that it took thousands of years to come up with recycling after the collaborative works of thousands over the ages. Meanwhile, we have discovered that more efficient recycling such as the “nitrogen cycle” has been in place to support life for thousands of years. Then, in the third dimension, Critical Thinking, we engage in critical thinking to find out how the nitrogen cycle might have happened. When we realize that the artificial recycling systems that exist today (such as paper recycling systems) were invented by scientists with access to cumulative knowledge, technology, resources, and manpower, we are led to wonder about the Maker of one of the Earth’s flawless recycling systems- the Nitrogen Cycle. In the fourth dimension, Meditative Thinking, we realize that When we look closely at the Nitrogen Cycle, we can see the marks of its Maker within its inner workings. We conclude that the Maker of nitrogen is the Creator of the Earth and all that lives in it. This is because our Creator knows the need of the inhabitants of this Earth for nitrogen. The Maker of nitrogen must also be the Creator of the universe from which it originated. Finally, in the fifth dimension, the Moral Thinking dimension, we invite readers to remember that the continuous cycling of nitrogen from one form to another in the Nitrogen Cycle is designed for our survival on Earth. If we granted Nobel Prize to those who came up with a system to convert nitrogen into ammonia, shall we not offer our appreciation to the one who employs billions of bacteria to do the same job for free for millions of years?
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