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Facts and Theories

By Andy May

Sometimes people ask climate skeptics if they believe in evolution or gravity. They want to ridicule our skepticism by equating man-made climate change to evolution or gravity. 168 more words

Climate Change

The Dorchester Pot: A 600 Million Year Old Artifact

If it looks like a dog, and acts like a dog, then it is must not be a dog.  Does this make sense?  Of course not because it would be illogical to come to this conclusion.  421 more words

Ancient Civilizations

Does multilingualism make you smarter?

The mind of the polyglot is a very particular thing, and scientists are only beginning to look closely at how acquiring a second language influences learning, behavior and the very structure of the brain itself.

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Polyglot

Beyond Limits Final

Initially, I was going to draw A1 posters of my concept but, in the end, decided that, for achieving the best result, digital would suit the best. 351 more words

Illustration

To Define A Believable God

The current definition of god;

 “1: capitalized :  the supreme or ultimate reality: as

a :  the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshipped as creator and ruler of the universe…

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God

More proof for relativity. More… what? [OR: The true science]

A high-performance computing researcher has predicted a physical effect that would help physicists and astronomers provide fresh evidence of the correctness of Einstein’s general theory of relativity. 54 more words

Science

The Guadeloupe Woman: Is it a 15th century or 28 Million Year Old Skeleton?

In 1810 the British seized the French Island of Guadeloupe and sent a large stone slab back to England containing a skeleton of a headless and footless woman.  621 more words

Ancient Civilization