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Science, religion go hand-in-hand in US
Science and religion can mix easily in the United States, a relatively religious country, a survey released Sunday found. The study by Rice University, in Texas, polled more than 10,000 Americans, including scientists and evangelical Protestants. "We found that nearly 50 percent of evangelical (Christians) believe that science and religion can work together and support one another," sociologist ...
Religion News: Vatican leads world in wine consumption
Residents of tiny Vatican City consume more wine than any other country in the world. According to statistics released by California?s Wine Institute, residents drink 74 liters of wine per person a year, which is double the per-capita consumption of Italy as a whole.
Religion Today: March 8
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Religion invades public schools, defying Supreme Court
Despite the clear ruling of the Supreme Court that there must be a rigid separation of church and state, regressive states insist on dragging religion into public schools.
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Religion and science partnership possible
Preliminary results of a survey of over 10,000 Americans presented at an American Association for the Advancement of Science symposium on Feb. 16 indicate that Americans have mixed perceptions of the relationship between religion and science, according to study conductor Elaine Howard Ecklund.
Religion not prioritised over literacy and numeracy say Catholic schools
Catholic schools are not undermining literacy and numeracy to prioritise teaching religion, the head of their representative body has said.
RELIGION: Bigots, business don?t mix
There has been much discussion lately about religious freedom. If our religion forbids members from eating chocolate, then don?t eat chocolate. Your religion shouldn?t force or encourage you to discriminate against chocolate lovers. You can refuse to sell chocolate in your business, but you can?t withhold other business services to me because I am a chocolate lover. Your religion shouldn?t ...
Religion News: Russians feeling religious, but not attending church
Religion is on the rise in Russia, but Russians don?t feel compelled to attend church services, according to new research.
Religion's conceptual shape-shifting is maybe its survival mechanism at w...
Is yoga a religion? Scientology? We now seem to accept it has become what Wittgenstein called a family resemblance concept The sun is gracefully dipping below the watery horizon. Waves are lapping at the beach. But for all this opportunity for reflective wonder, things are not well in my world. My downward dog is murdering my calf muscle. Then we go into some excruciating sequence from striking ...
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Charles Darwin's Evolution: Did His Anxieties Shape His Science?
NEW YORK ? How much did Charles Darwin's personal anxieties influence his work on the theory of evolution? Dr. Gail Saltz, an associate professor of psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill-Cornell School of Medicine, and David Kohn, founder and director of the Darwin Manuscripts Project at the American Museum of Natural History, discussed these and other intimately personal ...
Evolution and Climate Science Make the Grade in State Education Standards
Officials in Rhode Island, Kentucky, Kansas, Maryland and Vermont have approved standards to introduce climate change science and evolution in science classrooms well before high school -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Big Testicles Drive Genetic Evolution: Size Does Matter After All
Large testicles drive genetic evolution, with animals with larger testis having an increased speed of genome evolution, researchers have found. Study author Alex Wong, of Carleton University in Ottawa used data from 55 species of primates to look for a correlation between evolutionary rates across genomes and the weight of the animal's testes. With more cell division, more mutations arise ...
Evolution: It's the law
Today? my discussion will be on the Scientific Law of Evolution. Most of you have probably never heard of the Scientific Law of Evolution, but instead have heard it as the Theory of Evolution. We no longer need to call it a theory anymore.
Evolution Fresh Brings More Cold-Pressed Juice to the U.S. Midwest with Avail...
Evolution Fresh customers in the Midwest now have more access to delicious and nutritious, cold-pressed juice in more than 360 Chicagoland company-operated Starbucks stores.
Skin cancer linked to evolution of dark skin in early humans
Skin cancer may have driven the evolution of dark skin in early humans more than a million years ago, a study has found.
The Real Evolution Debate: Is It All Just Natural Selection?
With all the recent attention given to the debate over evolution and creationism, you'd never know that a much more interesting debate has been going on for decades amongst evolutionary biologists.
Dark Skin May Have Evolved to Protect Against Skin Cancer
Darwin and others said skin cancer couldn't influence the evolution of skin color. A new study makes the case that it did.
Evolution Scientific, Inc. is First Comprehensive Technical Service Provider ...
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First Study of the Evolution of Memes On Facebook
KentuckyFC writes "The way memes evolve on Facebook is startlingly similar to the way genes evolve on Earth. That's conclusion of a team of researchers who have analyzed the evolution of thousands of memes that have appeared more than 460 million times on Facebook. The memes are ideas like: 'No one should die because they cannot afford health care and no one should go broke because they get sick ...
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