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Primordial

Primordial may refer to:

  • Primordial sea (a.k.a. primordial ocean, ooze or soup). See abiogenesis
  • Primordial nuclide, nuclides, a few radioactive, that formed before the Earth existed and are stable enough to still occur on Earth
  • Primordial elements, elements formed before the Earth came into existence
  • Primordial narcissism, the psychological condition of prenatal existence
  • Primordialism, the argument which contends that nations are ancient, natural phenomena
  • Primordial (company), a company that develops vision system software for soldiers

Contents

  • Arts and Entertainment 1
  • Biology 2
  • Religion and mythology 3
  • See also 4

Arts and Entertainment

Biology

Religion and mythology

See also

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