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absurd the condition of consciously existing in a universe that lacks order and meaning. [1/2 definitions]
alien a living being from another planet or other place in the universe; extraterrestrial. [2/6 definitions]
all the whole; the universe; everything; totality. [1/12 definitions]
animism the belief that the universe and all of its material objects, beings, and phenomena possess a spirit or consciousness. [2/3 definitions]
anthropocentric assuming man to be the most important purpose or being of the universe. [1/2 definitions]
astronomer a scientist who studies the universe beyond the earth.
astronomy the branch of science concerned with the physical universe beyond the atmosphere of the earth.
big bang theory the theory that the universe originated at a fixed point billions of years ago in a cosmic explosion of a mass of hydrogen atoms, and that it has been expanding ever since. (Cf. steady state theory.)
Brahma according to Hinduism, the impersonal, supreme, and eternal essence of the universe, from which all life originates. [2 definitions]
chaos the state of nothingness believed in some religions to have preceded the creation of the universe. [1/2 definitions]
cosmic of or relating to the universe or cosmos. [1/3 definitions]
cosmo- world; universe.
cosmochemistry the science concerned with the distribution of chemical substances in the universe.
cosmogony the study or a theory of the beginnings, structure, and evolution of the universe.
cosmography the science, or a particular description, of the physical arrangement of the universe and the earth.
cosmology the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature, origin, and development of the universe. [2 definitions]
cosmos the totality of material existence, esp. considered as a unified, orderly whole; universe. [2/4 definitions]
creation the universe or the creatures in it. [1/3 definitions]
creation science a form of creationism that opposes the scientific theory of evolution, holding that the origin of the universe as related in the Bible can be proved scientifically.
deism the belief, based only on reason and on evidence in nature, and not on any supernatural revelation, in the existence of a god who created the universe. (Cf. theism.)
dharma in Buddhism and Hinduism, the underlying nature, as of the universe or one's self; essence. [2 definitions]