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The scope of the Universe has been configured by many scientists. In this view, I have written the "Prelude" that may project the supernatural in quest of the Tenet of the Universe. In reference to this argument, George Politzer believed that the Universe was not created; however, George Greentein is to the credo that the supernatural must be involved. George Abel, in addition, accepts the Big Bang Theory. Whether we regress to the past, Copernicus believed that there must be a Creator. The important and palpitant question that one ought not to wane may be: "What was before the Big Bang Theory and the Power that brought the Universe into existence?"
Our World...Notre Monde...Nuestro Mundo
In view of Triphonaction being a site in multi-perspective scope, I had written the article "Cosmic Prelude" with the purpose that there must be a genesis in the Tenet of the Universe. A few Theoretical Physicists like Albert Einstein may have snubbed the supernatural by emphasizing Matter, Time, and Space. Nonetheless, Matter cannot exist by itself; Karl Marx, a materialist, is also discordant in buoying with the supernatural in the creation of the Universe. Although The Big Bang theory has presented the notion of an Explosion in Matter, considerable Theories may tend to adopt this view.
In any game, there are rules which direct both watchers and players to enjoy the game more. While one does not have to be a player to immerse himself in the game, it is an advantage to know the Rules. In society, for instance, there are rules by which most people live by; respectively, in soccer, the players play according to the game regulations. It would be impertinent to play without acknowledging this scenario in the module of the game. In addition, it has been advanced that soccer is simple in terms of the fundamental approach of play and rule; nonetheless, when it is being played at professional and World Cup level, it is quite complex. To this effect, one has to study the intricacies of the synthesis of strategy in the game by applying the rules. A player, e.g., avoids infringements by adhering to the rules; let me mention, for your reference, a simple module cannot relate about all the rules in soccer--it can only elucidate the significance of enjoying the game by the awareness of the rules. This awareness occurs when one studies this important phenomenon. I will, therefore, mention five essential phenomena, namely: 1. The ball has to be inside the pitch-otherwise, a throw-in will be administered when it goes off the field. 2. It is not allowed that a player touch the ball when it is being played [but, it this happens unintentionally, the player will not be penalized by the referee]. 3. To play roughly implies that a player will either receive a yellow-card (for 1st offense)---and a red-card for a second infringement by the same player (in this case, he/she will be thrown off the pitch). 4. A penalty kick is given when a player either touches the ball or plays roughly in the penalty box; direct/indirect free kicks are administered when there's either a light or serious infringement-- 5. Finally, players must exhibit sportsmanship at all times. Although I could have explained further aspects of the game, such as: counter-attack, offensive and defensive play, I had, for simplification, enumerated the five essential elements which a new fan (or anyone to whom the rules were strange) could glean about. I should point out that I haven't played professionally; naturally, I volleyed for fun. In this fashion, I always attempted to comprehend the Theoretical and Tactical aspects of the game. Pele, would advise that one had to study the rules to enjoy the game more. Therefore, both "watchers and players" should know about the rules. I hope that you have put some interest learning about the five basic rules which I have mentioned.
Through the year of 1974, the World of Football saw the rising stars in the game such as the powerful squads: Brazil, Germany, Netherlands. It became, considerably, the year that marked the great feats in the game, where the Brazilian side was strong with the likes of Pele, Jairzinho, Carlos Alberto...mighty players! I will consequently lay a few important notes about this thrilling year, especially in relation to Brazil, Netherlands, and Germany. The pertinent question that can be raised referring to the 2014 World Cup and 1974: How should we compare 1974 to 2014? Although the era of 1974 is different from that of 2014, we may see that Germany are resolute in FIFA Ranking alongside Netherlands. The strength of the Brazilian squad had begun to take wings being placed in 6th spot prior to the World Cup; all of these factors cannot be brushed aside before any World Cup! While I think that Brazil will not win the 2014 World Cup, Brazil appear to be adamant to arguably get to the quarter-finals within the upcoming World Cup. In addition, Netherlands will attempt to top Group B over Spain [that is, if Spain do not play terribly as they did in the Confederations Cup]. Netherlands, however, as you should know, have surprising tactical formations that can challenge any World-class squads! And Netherlands evidenced that in 2010, contending against Spain! Furthermore, it has to be seen that Brazil, Germany, and Netherlands seem to make ready for the looming World Cup advancing in Ranking! Meanwhile, I think that Germany, Netherlands, Chile, and Uruguay will probably battle to clinch the semi-finals. Finally, reminiscent of 1974, Germany, Brazil, and Netherlands will put on a show over the 2014 World Cup! You may have your say in the comment box below.-----[By: Muller---April 18]