5D Thinking on the Weather and Climate
Have you ever thought about how the Earth manages to keep the average temperature at 14°C? Did you know that perhaps our planet is the only one in the universe with a habitable climate? Through our usual five-dimensional scientific thinking method, we invite you delve into a deep understanding and appreciation of the weather and climate system. We attempt to decode the meanings and messages in this integrated system for an enlightened and flourished life.
DescriptionIn the first dimension, Analytical Thinking, we study the elements of weather including wind, air pressure, and precipitation to understand the complex integrated system giving us a habitable temperature. We also highlight some amazing scientific facts on this matter. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking, to better appreciate the weather system on the Earth, we reflect on the cooling and climate monitoring devices developed by human beings. We invite readers to compare them to see differences and similarities. Then, in the third dimension, Critical Thinking, we reflect on the AC technology and weather satellite. We conclude that it is not possible to believe that random forces would push raw materials and arrange them into such devices even if we wait for billions of years. We learn that from experience, it takes knowledge, will, and power to make them. Then, we urge readers to think about the origin of the weather and climate system. In the fourth dimension, Meditative Thinking, we reflect the collaboration of many things to get our planet to be habitable- just like a palace. At the macro level, the galaxies and stars need to support the Sun to stay where it is. At the micro-level, molecules, atoms, electrons, protons, neutrons, and quarks need to come together in a precise manner to produce the perfect weather to sustain life. Thus, we conclude that whoever creates, the universe with all of its micro and macro components must be the One that creates and sustains a habitable climate for the living beings in this palace. Finally, in the fifth dimension, the Moral Thinking dimension, we invite readers to reflect on the true value of the weather and climate system as a special gift. Thus, we shall respond with good words and actions to the Gift Giver by contributing to the health of the planet and its inhabitants in our own individual ways.
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