Phenomenon

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Gow gys: stiureydys, ronsee
Ta lostey 'oaddan ny haghyrt baghtagh, as myr shen, ny phenomenon.
Cosoylaghey aile cainle er y thalloo (toshtal) as ayns çhymbylaght fo myn-trimmid (jesh).
T'eh ry-akin nagh vel y cummey cheddin er y phenomenon cheddin.

She taghyrt baghtagh eh phenomenon (ass Shenn Ghreagish φαινόμενoν, yl-rey. φαινόμενα - phenomena).[1] Ayns glare cadjin, foddee phenomenon çheet er taghyrt ard-yindyssagh. Ayns oaylleeaght, t'eh çheet er taghyrt baghtagh, goaill stiagh fir chadjin, as eer my vees feme ayd er jeshaghtys er lheh er son eshyn y chronnaghey. Myr sampleyr, ayns fishig, ta phenomena goaill stiagh cooilleeinaghyn Isaac Newton er cruinlaghey ny h-eayst as trimmid cadjin, ny cooilleeinaghyn Ghalileo Galilei er gleashaght crogheydane.[2] Ayns fallsoonys, t'eh çheet er taghyrt er ny hastey ec peiagh ennagh. Foddee ad goll er tastey liorish ny keeallyn ny liorish yn aigney.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. (2010) "phenomenon", Encyclopædia Britannica Online (Baarle). Feddynit er 2010-01-07.
  2. Jeremy Bernstein (1996). A Theory for Everything. York Noa: Copernicus. ISBN 0-387-94700-0.


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