The Internationalist Academic Federation of the ContinentalCollectiveForces of Naturalism, Secularism, and Universalist SpiritualismOmar Alansari-Kreger
Firstly, the very composition of the universe depends upon a balance of equilibrium thatkeeps the forces of nature in a method which represents a coerced and harmonized degree of interaction. If the laws of physics and the accommodating natural world are entirely indifferentoutside of our own solar system and Milky Way galaxy, then how is it logical for the enormity of the universe to achieve its infinite proportions? It is relatively impossible to calculate specificboundaries of our accommodating universe? Moreover, the reactionary force directly attachedto its formation is inherently universal in every major way, shape, or form that depicts its literalexistence. The composition of a nebula or star is virtually the same regardless of its intergalacticplacement. The differential aspects of chronological longevity exist as the only determiningfactor that can produce a physical indifference.The physical and on occasion the elemental composition of the observed star or nebulamay retain a diverse property; however, a star in itself retains a universal function as such anexample pertains to its respective solar system. In relation, the initial existence of gravity isprevalent in every proportion of our universe, but the scale of its literal strength andindividually observed planetary imperativeness does not retain a discrepancy within thefoundation of any real world variation. In this regard, these universal and interchangeableproponents and or attributes that is directly responsible for the vastness of the universe andthe initial basis depicting the structure of outer space. Invariably, the recipe for life and theinstigation of planetary formulations retains direct qualities from every major elementalcomponent which can be found on any periodic table of elements.Secondly, the definitive context of atheism simply renounces the existence of AlmightyGod, an envisioned philosophical deity, and the outright rejection of a monotheistic andpolytheistic belief system. Furthermore, this initial basis of reference simply implies that anindividual who chooses to identify with atheism universally rejects any variation or practice of religion as it exists in its traditional context. There is nothing to suggest that an atheist isdeprived of an ability to identify with such beliefs. In a western society that champions thevalues and virtues of an independent form of self expression, we must tolerate the belief system of the individual in question.