By: Ken Alexander
Universal law can never be really understood, at least by man in his current state. The simplest questions can not be understood even by the most eminent scholars. Many times the right questions have never been posed. The earth and the universe are governed by...
By: Peter Comminos
Great discoveries were made by great thinkers of their time like Galileo, Michellangello, and Capernicus which made signifigant contributions to modern thought. At their time it was believed that the earth was the centre of the universe and the sun rotated around it. They began...
By: Steve Lussing
The best answer I can give to the question of whether we are alone in the universe is the fact that we are here. To presume that our sun is unique among the billions of other stars in each of the literally uncountable other galaxies...
By: Perry McCarney
If you have any sort of religion involving a God or gods and possibly angels and demons as well, you obviously would have to answer this question with a definite no! Whether other life or particularly intelligences inhabit other planets orbiting other stars in this...
By: Keith Hamburger
The standard answer to "Who invented the electric light bulb?" is Thomas Edison. However, Thomas Edison did not necessarily invent the light bulb but merely invented an improved version that was commercially viable. Beyond that, Edison put together a system of generation and distribution...
By: Magda DH
In the introduction to "The Canon" Natalie Angier laments modern science illiteracy, and even more so, she regrets the way science lost the cool factor it might have had in the time of Apollos & Sputniks. It is, apparently, now considered a thing for kids...
By: John Graham - 384486
Interpreting Scientific Data - observation versus 'religion'In the Middle-Ages, Galileo was up against the most restrictive of regulators: the Catholic Church. The Church had decreed that heavenly bodies were perfect, not just good but perfect, because "God" had made them. They could not show blemishes...
By: Linda Schreiber
ENTROPY V/S LIFELife is full of opposites; light and dark, hot and cold, yin and yang, ugly and beautiful. The funny thing about opposites is that you have to have both in order to know each one. You can't have one without the other. For...
By: Gary Gagne
Man, moment and technology come together, now and then, to create a pivotal event in history. We are witnessing such an event today. The average man is the man, the moment is now, the technology is duct tape.According to ideafinder.com; "Adhesive tape (specifically...
By: Ken Alexander
THE EXISTENCE OF GOD AND THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICSThe only way to "prove" the existence of God and His creation, whether compatible or not with the second law of thermodynamics, is through the Word of God. However, the Bible is not capable of intellectual...

 

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