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Evolution Information & Evolution Readings
by Jerry Richard Boone.Why is evolution so widely accepted nowadays? What supports it? Does anything cast doubt on the theory? Let's take a look. Most intelligent, educated people take evolution for granted. Evolution, as far as they are concerned, is an established fac...
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What is Evolution?
by Jerry Richard Boone.Two Types of Mutations Are mutations the driving force in evolution? Is that feasible? Let's check it out. Considering all the activity in the cell - and we have only looked at a small part of it - it appears that a good number of things could g...
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Is Saudi Arabia Running Low on Oil?
by Matthew Paolini.Acknowledging that the world's oil supply is running out seems to be a big 'no-no' for leading politicians and industry executives.However, there are a growing number of observers who feel that this indeed might be the case. Those who believe this to...
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Introduction to Geothermal Energy
by Cem Ozcan.Our earth's interior - like the sun - provides heat energy from nature. This heat - geothermal energy - yields warmth and power that we can use without polluting the environment. Geothermal heat originates from Earth's fiery consolidation of dust and...
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What Does the Eye Tell Us About Evolution
by Dr. Randy Wysong.I previously cited the eye as an example of an organ that demonstrates irreducible complexity. It's an old argument in the creation-evolution debate but has never been properly defeated. That is not to say materialists don't give it a shot.They will ...
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The Penetration of Statistics in Society
by Robert Duval.Statistics are such an integral part of modern lives that sometimes it isn't realized. The prediction of the winner of a presidential race or the local mayoral contest depends upon inferential statistics, one of the two main branches of statistics. ...
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Wind Energy
by Cem Ozcan.Wind energy is a converted form of solar energy. The sun's radiation heats different parts of the earth at different rates-most notably during the day and night, but also when different surfaces (for example, water and land) absorb or reflect at diff...
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Breakthrough Technology With Chinese Medicine
by Patrick Porter.Every day thousands of people head to their chiropractor's office for an adjustment. They have a variety of complaints and ailments and the chiropractor is there to assist them in feeling better. But what if chiropractic could be combined with othe...
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Certified Hypnosis Instructions - Does it Really Work?
by Timothy Croy.Hypnosis was once regarded as nothing more than a cheap stage trick. However, as research has proven, it has now become a powerful medical treatment, and it's even now available on the NHS. For centuries, hypnosis has been used to treat a diversity o...
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Improved Dairy Production & Processing
by Dr.Dalip K. Gosain.The Farm Science Centres known as 'Krishi Vigyan Kendra' (KVK) are functional in various districts of India for imparting vocational training to different clientele groups. KVK at the National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal has been function...
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Great Things Come in Small Packages: Nanotechnology and Energy
by Denise Palmer.If current news is any indication, Nanotechnology is poised to play a significant role in the development of clean, less expensive energy. The potential of nanotechnology for solving some of today's greatest energy challenges is vast.Nanotechnology r...
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Why Do you Feel Fat After Losing Weight?
by Sandra Blakeslee And Matthew Blakeslee.Why do you still feel fat after losing weight? Why is yo-yo dieting so prevalent? Are anorexics really being honest in their heart of hearts when they gaze in a mirror at their scrawny, starving bodies and insist they are grossly fat?You've heard all...
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Main Rock Types: Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
by Joel Kay.Igneous rocks are rocks formed by the solidification of cooled magma. Magma is a fluid substance and theoretically it is formed at high temperature. It is molten rock formed at high temperature deep in the earth's crust. Rock starts to melt beyond a...
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Solar Energy
by Hamza Naeem.Solar energy:Solar technologies use the sun's energy to provide heat, light, hot water, electricity, and even cooling, for homes, businesses, and industry. Despite sunlight's significant potential for supplying energy, solar power provides less than ...
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The Hubble Telescope Pictures Space Through Time
by James William Smith.It has been seventeen years since the launch of the Hubble Telescope. The cost to the United States and the European Union was originally projected at about 500 million dollars. The program's costs are now estimated to be over 5 billion dollars. The ...
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Cyclone Sidr Hits Bangladesh
by Arshad.A cyclone killed 242 people and left much of southern Bangladesh cut off from the rest of the country before heading inland and losing strength Friday, officials said. Tropical Sidr roared across the country's southwestern coast late Thursday with dr...
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The Apollo 20 Alien Spaceship Hoax
by Jos Kirps.Apollo was NASA's moon exploration program. In 1969 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first men to walk on the moon with Apollo 11, the last Apollo mission was Apollo 17 in 1972. Apollo 18, 19 and 20 were planned missions, but due to budget con...
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How to Use your New Telescope for Best Results
by Kozsun Huseyin.Feeling frustrated with your first telescope? Don't know how to get the best out of your first telescope? In this article, I will give you my tips that I have learnt in the last decade with Astronomy.::: Knowing the Strengths and Weaknesses of Your T...
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The Latest Info on Hot Tub Chemicals
by Chuck Tabla.If you take a container of any water and leave it outside for a week or a month it is going to begin to grow things in it that are plainly visible and if that same water is warm the process is going to be hastened.The fact is that if you own a hot tu...
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Paying for your vehicle
by Jason Michaels.There are sources of alternative energy that are possible for all of us to use in today's world. As the cost of gas continues to rise, many of us are digging for answers about how we can avoid going to the gas pumps as often. Even at home, we're try...
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Your Creativity Quotient - How to Boost it
by Steve Gillman.We don't have a precisely-numbered measure of your "creativity quotient," yet, like we have for your intelligence quotient, or "IQ." But tests which do try to measure your creative ability generally look at three criteria. These are the quantity of y...
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Courses in Homeopathy
by CarolAnn Bailey-Lloyd.With alternative and complementary therapies making leeway in today's modern medical society, it's no wonder why some students may choose to enroll in any one of the unique courses in homeopathy available today. Whether individuals want to become a h...
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Popular Myths on How to Save Fuel
by Fred Lang.The Internet is so full of information that often it is hard to extract the truth from myth. There are too many scammers looking to take your money. They aren't concerned if what they are saying is true. A good company will have facts to stand on and...
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Will the Phoenix Lander Make a Mockery of Evolution?
by Josh Greenberger.Keywrods: (June 24, 2008) The Phoenix lander's May 31st, 2008, transmission of photos of ice on Mars is being hailed as a possible breakthrough in our search for life on other planets. The hope is to test the ice for evidence of organic compounds tha...
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