The Universe, Planets, Nature, Science and Humanity: Developments and Vision

The world is full of things which are mysterious. The idea that God became the World is a religious doctrine that has been known for centuries. Evolutionary scientists and modern scholars also believe in the theory of the Big Bang. The precise process of the creation of the universe is incapable of being verified by many thinkers, theologians, philosophers, and scientists. Therefore this research focuses on examining the history of facts, observations, hypotheses, and rationales of theologians, mythologists, philosophers, cosmologists, and scientists to find out about the origin of the universe. The study found that God is the root of every spiritual, intellectual, and material universe, as per the Bhagavad-Gita. God being the world is not in line with it as per Christian theology. Charles Hartshorne described pandeism in the 1940s as a possible model of the existence of God as God is able to alter. Scott Adams believed in 2001 that in the Big Bang, an omnipotent Deity annihilated himself. As per the The evidence of religion and mythology does not adhere to both science and philosophy. The idea of Evolving Deity is also a fallacy of metaphysics. The world is not God. God is God. The study concludes that God created the universe from nothing and He has yet to manifest Himself. God is a spiritual force and has an omnipresence, omnipotent, holy divine existence Stephen Hawking, a world-renowned astrophysicist, has said that mankind will face a choice between colonisation of space and extinction. By 2025, NASA aims to position a human on an asteroid and by 2030 on Mars. Global economic and interplanetary economic problems are solved by scientific observations. Economics and science are two big drivers of the health of humanity. Extraterrestrial life would be the economic engine of man. The economic engine of the industrialization of the moon and the colonisation of Mars is Modern Economics. The research focuses on the theory, economics, measures and possibilities of mars and moon colonisation in particular and other planets in general. The thesis analyses facts, insights and rationales on the colonisation of Mars, the Moon and other planets in historical planetary space science. The study found that it is rendered the most hospitable of life by surface conditions and the presence of water on Mars. New research suggests that the Moon is more hospitable to life. There have been reports of some lichen andThe price of such resources will be driven down by abundance. For the continued settlement of the planet, Mars-Earth trade may provide an economic rationale. This is possible because of space and rocket science breakthroughs. Robotic systems may plan the route to a human colony. Such systems find resources that would help a colony grow and survive, such as ground water or ice. Global Economics or Planetary Economics and Interplanetary Economics are interdependent for humanity in terms of investment and movement of capital, respectively. The economic engine of the industrialization of the moon and the colonisation of Mars is Modern Economics. This is a modern human mission. The extraterrestrial imperatives of life. Space exploration of the moon and the cosmos is feasible. “Scientists seek to describe nature “economically. It will be hard to prove to the modern scientific world that the laws of nature function for a basic teleological reason. The book focuses on historical facts and rationales that in particular, link economics and natural laws with natural sciences, sociology, biophysical economics and other social sciences in general. The study found that in the natural sciences, the role of maximum, minimum and optimum economic principles is involved. The study concludes that the phenomenon of economizers ultimately involves scientists who evolve empirical laws. The study promotes modern understanding of new economics of the laws of nature for extraterrestrial life and stability and global growth for scientists. The loss of natural resources and the effects on the world of climate change could conceivably lead to human extinction. Projects by demographers that increase population and consumption put record demands on agriculture and natural resources. Food security is a major issue globally. The study discusses natural resource dynamics, climate change and the vision of feeding the hungry earth. The available land for agriculture is just 11.6 percent. Developing countries use more water for irrigation, while developing countries use more water for industry. Intensification and deforestation of agriculture have significant environmental impacts. Industrial waste, illegal solid waste disposal and poor farming practises are the main sources of contaminants. By 2050, the world population will need to increase overall demand by 70 percent. The vision of the world is food for growth, food for peace, food for the planet, food for creation. Food and wellbeing for economic opportunities. Oxygen depression, ice melting, global warming, flooding, droughts, and the extinction of animals, plants, birds and habitats are the results of climate change. The exchange ratio of oxygen and Co2 between plants and animals, birds, humans must be calculated by researchers then how to put more area under agriculture is the future step to solve the protection of the planet’s ecosystem. The population of demographers’ earth ventures will hit 10 billion in the 21st century. Developing nations are concerned about feeding a rising population. This involves satellite farming to provide scarce resources for food protection and protect the environment. This study analyses satellite farming’s status, role, feasibility and effective models in global agriculture. The results showed that the main countries contributing to satellite farming work in agriculture worldwide are Japan, China, the US, India and Europe. The only two countries to successfully conduct satellite farming are Israel and Germany. The study found that models of satellite farming have to be adopted in developing countries, particularly in Africa, Asia and Latin America. To a certain degree, developed countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia use satellite farming. Education, conferences and meetings on the importance of satellite farming should be held by the government. Economics and the environment will determine the future of the world’s farmers and agriculture. In today’s environment, tackling climate change and food security are the key challenges. The study focuses on global climate finance, climate change effect and adaptation strategies, and focuses on global agriculture through various mitigation steps to protect against climate change. The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) seeks to stabilise atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations. COP 3, the Kyoto Protocol in 1997, COP 7 in Marrakesh, Morocco, in 2001, COP 16, among the 23 ‘Conference of the Parties’ (COP) held so far, The limits of temperature maintenance were set at below 2.0 °C (3.6 °F) relative to the pre-industrial level and the critical ones were COP 18 with the Doha amendment to the Kyoto Protocol. In 2016, the Paris Agreement (COP 21) adopted the ambitious Nationally Determined Contributions, signalling a fresh start. The study shows that adaptation between different sectors is inevitable in order to minimise the factors causing climate change. Soil carbon pool enhancement techniques include carbon sequestration by conservation farming, integrated nutrient management, agroforestry, etc. The study indicates that the climate financing available in agriculture must be diversified through foodstuffs. Production field, management of wasteland and water, cover of forest and social forests, land use and management of natural resources. As developed countries have geopolitical and demographic advantages, more financing should be shared relative to developing countries. Conventions and COPs, however must frame global formulas in order to combat climate change. In several ways, modern technology and scientific understanding enable scientists to investigate nature, which has produced new discoveries and innovations. Inventions and observations by academics, scientists, The creation of the world and civilization has been supported by professors, physicians, intellectuals, experts, sages, and donations. A nomadic man capable of planning to colonise Mars and the moon, seeking to find Heaven. The research is focused on the exploratory and meta-analysis paradigm of great eminent personalities who have contributed to the Universe. The study found that discoveries that are revolutionising the world are the product of innovative minds and inventions. The study concludes that great inventions have come from different countries around the world in various fields. The eminent viewpoint of personalities helped broaden the universe by modifying their philosophies and inventions to transform our world. To understand and foresee the future of the world, convergence of different scientific disciplines should be necessary. The Nobel Prize in Intellectual Space is a highly prestigious honour. The eponymous awards “for the greatest benefit of mankind” were established by Alfred Nobel. The latest innovative technologies awarded would inspire more researchers to construct a World of many achievements. The present study analysed important contributions and analyses the inventions of global, continental, country and subject wise Nobel Prize laureates in general, in particular the USA, UK, Germany and France as most of the Nobel laureates came from these countries. The research will support the galaxy of aspiring inventors. The study showed that 91 percent of Nobel Prizes were awarded to laureates from North America and Europe and more or less the same percent were won equally by the two continents. Australia, Africa and South America were awarded just 1 per cent of the Nobel Prize. In economic terms, US laureates took the dominant positionScience accounted for 79.76% . Researchers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and France win further Nobel Prizes in all categories worldwide. The research showed that the Nobel Prize winners are focused on Europe and the USA rather than internationally. This may be attributed to more innovative minds, more investments in research and development, and industrialization. Inventions in all categories are very beneficial to mankind. The study suggests that in selection procedures in Asia, Africa, Latin American countries, the Royal Swedish Academy and UNO-UNESCO must bring awareness programmes.

Author (s) Details

M. B. Dastagiri
Principal Scientist, ICAR-National Academy of Agricultural Research Management, Hyderabad, Telangana 500030, India.

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