Pluto Planet

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In this great, wide universe, that was theorized by many scientists to be formed by a huge explosion set off by a giant ball of energy (better known as the “Big-Bang Theory”), there is a galaxy called the Milky Way. It is called as such because of the galaxy’s rather “milky” appearance. And in this galaxy’s very edge, there is a group of planets that is being pulled together by a single, bright, yellow star called the “Sun”. This group of planets, along with the Sun itself, are called the “Solar System”.
In the Solar System, there are nine planets, which are then again grouped into two groups; the terrestrial planets and the Jovian planets. The terrestrial planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, while the Jovian planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. I mentioned earlier that there are nine planets, but there are only eight mentioned in the previous sentences. The planet missing is Pluto. Pluto is not
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A suitable ecosystem is only what the animals needed in order for them to live in peace and harmony. Human beings, on the other hand, are much more complicated individuals. They need more than just a, uh, a “suitable ecosystem” in order for them to survive.
Aside from the basic needs such as food, water, shelter, clothes, and money, people also need two things which is, to me, are very important in essence of our existence. And these two things are “work” and “entertainment”. As far as I know, these two things aren’t mentioned in Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, but based on my own observations, they fit somewhere in the “Physiological” category at the very bottom of the pyramid. From what I learned, the “Physiological” category is the most important of all in Maslow’s pyramid chart, making my theory about “work” and “entertainment” a bit true.

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