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The Absence Of Morality

We've all heard about the difference between absolute truth and its polar opposite, subjective truth. The manner in which we determine the significance of truth has a bearing on how we perceive our ..
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The Brain - Something to Think About

According to solbaram.org the human brain, “Slowly ascended from lower life forms to what we are today, by a process of natural selection from randomly occurring changes. Each change had to ..
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Evolutionary Advances in Toaster Technology

Millions of years ago when primordial soup was the house specialty, a hinged fork (heretofore referred to as HF) rose from the miry depths in a quiet, unheralded debut on planet earth. Not one of the .
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Darwin – What Changed His Mind?

Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary thought once considered it a wonderful notion to become a member of the clergy. In fact, Charles is quoted as saying, “As I did not then in the least ..
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The Nervous System – A High Speed Connection

The Internet as we know it may well have had the human nervous system as its inspiration. The nervous system relies on a high-speed communications network to alert the brain to information that ..
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The Faith Of An Evolutionist

Many say faith is something only those who are religious require. Faith is for those people who choose to deny the facts of science. It is for those who believe in fairy tales and myths and folklore. .
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Incredible Systems

The human body is a complex organization of complimentary systems that work in concert to make the body function properly. Each complex system has individual parts that must function properly for the .
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The Cilium - Simply Complex

As an honest and fair-minded person begins to study the issues related to the creation, evolution, and intelligent design debate they may be left to wonder, “Why is there an actual debate?" One .
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Blood Clotting – The Rescue Squad

When you experience a wound, what prevents your body from draining the blood that circulates within your body? A technical description for this process is when blood platelets work together to form a .
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The Endocrine Messengers - On Time Delivery

From the time we are born until the time we die our bodies are influenced by a series of bold messengers that tell our bodies to grow, change, burn fat more efficiently and other life preserving ..
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This Incredible Work of Art

The human body is an incredible work of art. There are so many things that work together to make the body work in a way that many of us take for granted. Consider these two-dozen statements about ..
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Welcome to Cellular City

Imagine you’re on vacation and took the time to stop by a little place called Cellular City. It’s easy to see this city keeps pretty busy. Trucks, roads, factories, and employees are hard .
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The Origin of Life

There are two predominate schools of thought when it comes to the origins of life. Both are worth taking a second look. One thought was pioneered by Charles Darwin who questioned the prevailing ..
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The Human Ear - What Did He Say?

“The most basic of all human needs is the need to understand and be understood. The best way to understand people is to listen to them. " — Ralph Nichols The Sound of Input The human ear is ..
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Touch - Positively Beneficial

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. " ..
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