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Unformatted text preview: of life. Some may say that this definition is too general. According to this definition, life must have a flow of energy, matter, and information. However, in modern science, all these things can be incorporated into non-living thingsfor example, artificial science and technology. The definition given can be improved by adding a few concepts such as motion, reproduction, and consumption. These are important factors of life and will help make the definition less general but at the same time, not too long. Adding these extra points will give the definition more perspective. In conclusion, life can be defined on so many different levels. One may see this definition as adequate as another may not. The term life can vary from one person to the next; there is no universal definition....
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- Spring '08