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The Nature of Everything
Sivashanmugam Palaniappan
Intellectual Development Foundation

What is my nature?
Divisibility
Divisibility
I have divisibility and I can be divided into
You have divisibility and you can be divided
the parts which comprise me.
into the parts which comprise you.
What are my parts?
Comparability
Comparability
I have the equivalents of those which the
You have the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, I have comparability.
others have, that is, you have comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which I have?
which you have?
Connectivity
Connectivity
I have connectivity and I am connected to
All the laws of nature You have connectivity and you are connected All the laws of nature
those from which I can be separated.
are discoverable in me! to those from which you can be separated.
are discoverable in you!
Who/What is connected by me?
Who/What is connected by you?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
I have sensitivity and I am sensitive to things which can affect me.
You have sensitivity and you are sensitive to things which can affect you.
Who/What can affect me?
Who/What can affect you?
Transformability
Transformability
I have transformability and I can be transformed.
You have transformability and you can be transformed.
What are the forms through which I transit?
What are the forms through which you transit?
Substitutability
Substitutability
I have substitutability and I can be substituted.
You have substitutability and you can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute me?
Who/What can substitute you?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
I have satisfiability and I can satisfy those who/which need me.
You have satisfiability and you can satisfy those who/which need you.
Who/What will be satisfied by me?
Who/What will be satisfied by you?
What is the nature of tomato?
What is the nature of apple fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
All the laws of nature others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
are discoverable in it!
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature
which this has?
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
2

What is the nature of atom?
What is the nature of water?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
Connectivity
are discoverable in it! Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to
separated.
those from which it can be separated.
All the laws of nature
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
are discoverable in it!
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of apricot?
What is the nature of banana fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.

All the laws of nature
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature • Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
3

What is the nature of molecule?
What is the nature of gooseberry?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
All the laws of nature
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
are discoverable in it!
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
Connectivity
are discoverable in it! Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of bike?
What is the nature of guava fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
are discoverable in it!
All the laws of nature
Connectivity
Connectivity
are discoverable in it!
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
4

What is the nature of book?
What is the nature of jackfruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature
which this has?
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
those from which it can be separated.
All the laws of nature separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
are discoverable in it!
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of car?
What is the nature of lemon fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature • Who/What has the equivalents of those All the laws of nature
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
5

What is the nature of brain?
What is the nature of mango fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
All the laws of nature
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
those from which it can be separated.
All the laws of nature separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
are discoverable in it!
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of cake?
What is the nature of orange fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
Connectivity
are discoverable in it! Connectivity
All the laws of nature
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to
are discoverable in it!
separated.
those from which it can be separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
6

What is the nature of cell?
What is the nature of papaya fruit?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
are discoverable in it!
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of computer?
What is the nature of rock?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature • Who/What has the equivalents of those All the laws of nature
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
7

What is the nature of pineapple?
What is the nature of science?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
which this has?
Connectivity
Connectivity
All the laws of nature
It has connectivity and it is connected to
are discoverable in it!
All the laws of nature It has connectivity and it is connected to
those from which it can be separated.
those from which it can be separated.

are discoverable in it!
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of pomegranate fruit? What is the nature of philosophy?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
are discoverable in it!
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
8

What is the nature of potato?
What is the nature of word?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
All the laws of nature others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
are discoverable in it!
Who/What has the equivalents of those
All the laws of nature
which this has?
which this has?
are discoverable in it!
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of strawberry?
What is the nature of concept?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
All the laws of nature which this has?
All the laws of nature
Connectivity
are discoverable in it! Connectivity
are discoverable in it!
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
separated.
separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
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What is the nature of logic?
What is the nature of watermelon?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
others have, that is, it has comparability.
All the laws of nature others have, that is, it has comparability.
Who/What has the equivalents of those
are discoverable in it!
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
which this has?
Connectivity
Connectivity
All the laws of nature
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be It has connectivity and it is connected to
are discoverable in it!
separated.
those from which it can be separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
What is the nature of history?
What is the nature of Earth?
Divisibility
Divisibility
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
It has divisibility and it can be divided into
its parts.
its parts.
What are its parts?
What are its parts?
Comparability
Comparability
It has the equivalents of those which the
It has the equivalents of those which the
All the laws of nature
others have, that is, it has comparability.
others have, that is, it has comparability.
are discoverable in it!
Who/What has the equivalents of those
Who/What has the equivalents of those
which this has?
which this has?
Connectivity
Connectivity
It has connectivity and it is connected to
It has connectivity and it is connected to those from which it can be
those from which it can be separated.
All the laws of nature separated.
Who/What is connected by it?
are discoverable in it!
Who/What is connected by it?
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
Who/What can affect it?
Who/What can affect it?
Transformability
Transformability
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
It has transformability and it can be transformed.
What are its forms?
What are its forms?
Substitutability
Substitutability
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
It has substitutability and it can be substituted.
Who/What can substitute it?
Who/What can substitute it?
Satisfiability
Satisfiability
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those who/which need it.
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
Who/What will be satisfied by it?
The laws of nature are universal! You will find them everywhere in everything!
The study on my nature, your nature and the nature of everything is called as ‘science’!
The methods to study my nature, your nature and the nature of everything are called as ‘scientific methods’!
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