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We were created for the glory of God. Prior to our coming to earth we lived in a perfect condition, a place where everything was in accordance with God's laws. For… us to become more perfect there had to be a way in which we could be tried and tested to see if we would obey God's laws without us being in His presence. There was only way this could be done and that was to send us to a world of His making so that we could learn by our own wisdom. Also all knowledge of our previous life would be blotted from our minds so that we could live by faith alone. Prophets would be sent to earth to teach us the gospel where we could use our agency to accept or reject it. We were thrilled to know that we would be sent to an earth so that we could prove ourselves. The preamble in Job 38 says "God asks Job where he was when the foundations of the earth were laid, when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy-". Answer 2 Sex is my only option Answer 3 He created man and women to stay on this earth which he made for us.
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A will or last will and testament is a dated, written document that is witnessed by two independent people who are not related to you and are not left anything in the will. …A will can be simply a hand written letter (witnessed as above) and will have the force of law on your death. Normally however it is wise to get a solicitor (attorney) to draw up (write) the will for you so that your wishes are written clearly and unambiguously.
Lawrence "Larry" Page (born March 26, 1973) is an American computer scientist best known as co-founder of Google Inc., along with Sergey Brin. They are often known together… as the "Google Guys". According to Forbes he is currently the 24th richest person in the world with net worth of US$17.5 billion in 2010. Page was born into a Jewish family in East Lansing, Michigan. His parents were computer science professors at Michigan State University. During an interview, Page said that "their house was usually a mess, with computers and Popular Science magazines all over the place." His attraction to computers started when he was six years old when he got to "play with the stuff lying around." He became the "first kid in his elementary school to turn in an assignment from a word processor." His older brother also taught him to take things apart, and before long he was taking "everything in his house apart to see how it worked." He said,"From a very early age, I also realized I wanted to invent things. So I became really interested in technology...and business. So probably from when I was 12 I knew I was going to start a company eventually." Page attended the Okemos Montessori School (now called Montessori Radmoor) in Okemos, Michigan from 1975 to 1979, and graduated from East Lansing High School (1991). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering from the University of Michigan with honors and a Masters degree in Computer Science from Stanford University. While at the University of Michigan, "Page created an inkjet printer made of Lego bricks" (actually a line plotter), served as the president of the HKN, and was a member of the solar car team. Academic researchAfter enrolling for a Ph.D. program in computer science at Stanford University, Larry Page was in search of a dissertation theme and considered exploring the mathematical properties of the World Wide Web, understanding its link structure as a huge graph. His supervisor Terry Winograd encouraged him to pursue this idea, which Page later recalled as "the best advice I ever got". Page then focused on the problem of finding out which web pages link to a given page, considering the number and nature of such backlinks to be valuable information about that page (with the role of citations in academic publishing in mind). In his research project, nicknamed "BackRub", he was soon joined by Sergey Brin, a fellow Stanford Ph.D. student. John Battelle, co-founder of Wired magazine, wrote of Page that he had reasoned that the "entire Web was loosely based on the premise of citation - after all, what is a link but a citation? If he could devise a method to count and qualify each backlink on the Web, as Page puts it 'the Web would become a more valuable place'." Battelle further described how Page and Brin began working together on the project:"At the time Page conceived of BackRub, the Web comprised an estimated 10 million documents, with an untold number of links between them. The computing resources required to crawl such a beast were well beyond the usual bounds of a student project. Unaware of exactly what he was getting into, Page began building out his crawler."The idea's complexity and scale lured Brin to the job. A polymath who had jumped from project to project without settling on a thesis topic, he found the premise behind BackRub fascinating. "I talked to lots of research groups" around the school, Brin recalls, "and this was the most exciting project, both because it tackled the Web, which represents human knowledge, and because I liked Larry." Brin and Page originally met in March, 1995, during a spring orientation of new computer science Ph.D. candidates. Brin, who had already been in the program for two years, was assigned to show some students, including Page, around campus, and they later became good friends. To convert the backlink data gathered by BackRub's web crawler into a measure of importance for a given web page, Brin and Page developed the PageRank algorithm, and realized that it could be used to build a search engine far superior to existing ones. It relied on a new kind of technology which analyzed the relevance of the back links that connected one Web page to another. In August 1996, the initial version of Google was made available, still on the Stanford University Web site. BusinessMain articles: Google and History of Google In 1998, Brin and Page founded Google, Inc. Page ran Google as co-president along with Brin until 2001 when they hired Eric Schmidt as Chairman and CEO of Google. Both Page and Brin earn an annual compensation of one dollar. Personal lifePage married Lucinda Southworth at Richard Branson's Caribbean island, Necker Island, on December 8, 2007. Brin and Page are the executive producers of the film, Broken Arrows. In 2004, he and Sergey Brin were named "Persons of the Week" by ABC World News Tonight. Larry Page spoke at the commencement ceremony of the University of Michigan in 2009, at which time he also received an honorary Doctor of Engineering Degree. Other interestsPage is an active investor in alternative energy companies, such as Tesla Motors, which developed the Tesla Roadster, a 220-mile (350 km) range battery electric vehicle. He continues to be committed to renewable energy technology, and with the help of Google.org, Google's philanthropic arm, promotes the adoption of plug-in hybrid electric cars and other alternative energy investments. Awards and recognitionIn 2003, both Brin and Page received an honorary MBA from IE Business School "for embodying the entrepreneurial spirit and lending momentum to the creation of new businesses..." And in 2004, they received the Marconi Foundation Prize, the "Highest Award in Engineering," and were elected Fellows of the Marconi Foundation at Columbia University. "In announcing their selection, John Jay Iselin, the Foundation's president, congratulated the two men for their invention that has fundamentally changed the way information is retrieved today." They joined a "select cadre of 32 of the world's most influential communications technology pioneers..." In 2005, Brin and Page were elected Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The World Economic Forum named Page as a Global Leader for Tomorrow and the X PRIZE chose Page as a trustee for their board. PC Magazine has praised Google as among the Top 100 Web Sites and Search Engines (1998) and awarded Google the Technical Excellence Award, for Innovation in Web Application Development in 1999. In 2000, Google earned a Webby Award, a People's Voice Award for technical achievement, and in 2001, was awarded Outstanding Search Service, Best Image Search Engine, Best Design, Most Webmaster Friendly Search Engine, and Best Search Feature at the Search Engine Watch Awards." Larry Page received an honorary doctorate from the University of Michigan on May 2, 2009 during the commencement ceremony exercises of the class of 2009. In 2009, he was ranked 26th on the Forbes list of the world's billionaires and as the 11th richest person in America, despite his compensation of one dollar annually. In 2009, Brin and Page were ranked fifth on Forbes' "The World's Most Powerful People" list.  References
the united nations was created to promote peace in the world and to provide humanitarian aid to the whole world. it was created by president wildrow wilson.
The script writer of Isibaya is one Catherine Miller.
Babies have a secret language. there is the Na-na and the Ga-ga languages.
Originally, it was thought that Marconi made it, but he originally stole it from Tesla (who really made it) and Tesla sued him. The radio was invented ~1880's.
He created himself or he always was? Bottom line, we will never know until we meet Him. ==== Dannyqwe: WHEN WE GET TO HEVEN WE WILL KNOW. Anonymous1000: Neither th…e Jews nor Jesus created God. There is no being on Earth worthy enough to create God. Only a perfect being can create the perfect God. Answer: When arguing for the existence of God, we should point to (for example) the vast wisdom in the Creation. We shouldn't argue that everything, including God, must have had a maker, since when dealing with an infinity such "logic" becomes meaningless sophistry.
--The Creator has always existed and was not created. --the creator was,is,and will become. but the answer would be the creator the creator would be synonymous and plural …in one embodyment unless rules are bent i.e. immortal,procreated(self-improvised),(atomicstructure pre collided),the answer would then officially have to be "." which would be a period if creation created or if creator created self or creator always has been the answer would be "period.(in all context)" if evey one created by a creator then creator is created by GOD Opinion two: Some people say that a watch maker makes something that is very complex and intricate, and that he is more complex and intricate than what he creates, he has to be. Therefore some people surmise that in order to create the "clockwork" that is the universe,(which includes man) a much more powerful, intelligent, and complex being must have created it. However, to say that this being has always existed is a premise which makes no sense, for it had to come from somewhere. So some might say that a divine being was themselves created by a even higher being. The problem with this belief is that that would insinuate the existence of an infinate line of creators each getting more and more advanced, which also makes little scene. It is like the neanderthal trying to explain the stars, with the resources and knowledge they had could simply not understand them. They could call them something like "sky fire" or "Highest dust", those would be whimsical ways of describing them but they could not grasp the true nature and beauty of what stars are. The same may be true with us when it comes to ghosts, possestions, and plenty of other phenomena we don't understand, including where we came from. These questions have been asked since the beginning of question asking. Where did we come from?, why are we here?, who if anyone created us?, and what does the future and the universe hold?. I personally don't believe in a divine creator as Christians do. It could all be a random beautiful mix. It could even be an advanced civilization who created us. (but that would go back to the "infinite creator loop" again). You are at liberty to believe whatever you wish and to learn about your surroundings. Whether that is a gift, or a coincidence, it is a beautiful thing that must be kept and cherished at all costs. In time perhaps either from above or from within us, I believe we will eventulally find the answers together.
In a biological stand of view, every organism is created from a single cell. Developing of human beings and organisms is usually covered in first few chapters of every general… biology textbooks, if you're interested. What if we were not created? I'm sure another organism would take over the dominance over other species just like the humans. The earth would still exist. I'm not getting into religion or philosophy- because if you do, this will become an endless discussion among people with different religion backgrounds and philosophical ideas.
There are 2 main answers: 1) GOD has created us! 2) Evolution! We were all created by God. Read in the bible in Genesis, it will tell you all about the creation of the wo…rld and EVERYTHING in it. It's amazing how much God can do. He's very powerful. But if you are not religious then we came from the Sea! From Darwin's theory of evolution do we learn how we were created!