The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True Setting & Symbolism

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Gods

Gods are typically giant humans with magical powers. They are often the focus of myths.

Fossils

Fossils are solidified pieces of animals, often from millions of years ago.

Species

A species is a certain type of animal.

Genus

A genus is a group of species.

Family

A family is a group of genuses.

Order

An order is a group of families.

Class

A class in a group of orders.

Gene

A Gene is a piece of genetic material that carries hereditary information.

Atoms

Atoms compose the smallest pieces of matter that can be elements.

Elements

Elements are the smallest single bits of substances we are able to see. Single elements combine to form molecules.

Molecules

Molecules are various configurations of different atoms and elements.

Nucleus

The center of an atom is the nucleus.

Protons

Protons are positively charged particles inside an atom's nucleus.

Neutrons

Neutrons are uncharged...

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