Wetenschap
Clergyman and geologist Michael Roberts has thrown down the gauntlet to creationists with 10 provocative, and supposedly unanswerable questions about their 'young Earth' belief! (Part 1 of our answer).
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What Paul's address to the Greeks teaches today's evangelists.
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A Step-By-Step DescriptionHow did proteins evolve? It is a difficult question because, setting aside many other problems, the very starting point—the protein-coding gene—is highly complex. A large number of random mutations would seem to be required before you have a functional protein that helps the organism. Too often such problems...
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Information OrganizationA recent paper, authored by Winston Ewert, uses a dependency graph approach to model the relationships between the species. This idea is inspired by computer science which makes great use of dependency graphs.Complicated software applications typically use a wealth of lower level software routines. These routines have been developed,...
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“We suspect that if one’s model system or species of study does something unique and interesting, TRGs [taxonomically restricted genes, aka orphans] will be at least partially responsible, and worth seeking out.” Curiously, the PNAS paper seems to show that.
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Hossenfelder’s clarifications will at least help us understand what we are all confused about.
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The gruesome discovery of four human skeletons at Tel Azekah poses questions about the final days of the Canaanite city and how those dramatic events might be related to the Bronze Age collapse of Mediterranean civilizations. The post The Cruel End of Canaanite Azekah appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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When we think of democracy, we usually think of the ancient Greeks, but identifying the exact origins of political practices can be tricky. The post The Origins of Democracy appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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