October 2005

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October 21, 2005

Irreducible Complexity

Life cannot exist without many numerous interdependent complex systems, each irreducibly complex on their own, bringing about a grand pageant for life to exist.... ... more

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October 18, 2005

Doctors Decry 'Scientific Inquisition' Against Intelligent Design

Criticizing a "Scientific Inquisition" aimed at squelching debate over exclusively teaching the theory of evolution, the Christian Medical Association (www.cmda.org) today called for fair and open consideration of the scientific merits of intelligent design theory. Dr. David Stevens, Executive... ... more

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October 17, 2005

Astonishing 88% of Americans Believe in Creation or God-Directed Evolution

Yet it is illegal to teach in publicly funded schools ... LifeSiteNews.com has the story: PHILADELPHIA, October 17, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A USA Today/CNN/Gallup Poll reveals that 88% of the US population believes that God had at least some hand... ... more

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October 15, 2005

Deadly Flu Virus Pandemic is Inevitable

The next human pandemic is "inevitable" and the world must prepare now against bird flu and other potentially deadly viruses, a top U.S. government scientist said on Saturday. [more] "It's been over 30 years since we've had a pandemic, so... ... more

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October 12, 2005

World's Oldest Noodles Alter View of Ancient Diet

Archeologists continue to uncover that ancient man was technologically advanced. An excavation of an ancient Chinese settlement revealed a small pile of well-preserved noodles inside a clay bowl. The bowl was buried beneath 10 feet of sediment in Lajia, a... ... more

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October 07, 2005

Blood Cord Stem Cells

by Bill Wilson Several bio-ethics bills, dealing with the controversial issues of cloning and embryonic stem-cell research which involve the destruction of human life, are bogged down in the U.S. Senate. But another more ethical bill, involving federal funding for... ... more

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