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Diversity of creation

Humans are created in the image of God.

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.”

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Simon Catterall Elected American Physical Society Fellow


Professor of Physics Simon Catterall was recently elected as an American Physical Society (APS) Fellow. The APS Division of Computational Physics nominated Catterall for his contributions to lattice field theory, a framework used to explore how subatomic particles interact, yielding insights into how matter behaved shortly after the Big Bang. [read on]

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Such a Fine Man Mr. Feynman

Credits to Nobelprize.org

Credits to Nobelprize.org

We’ve been in a constant argument as to why I did not place the the famous, prominent and well known Mr. 289 more words

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Curving charged particle tracks, fluid dynamics etc.

I have been able to change the direction of the flow of particles using a magnet to ‘curve’ them. I’ve been thinking about the work of Céleste Boursier-Mougenot and Linda Sanchez. 459 more words

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Project 2, Post 9- Quantum Theory, Subatomic Particles & Sub-humans: Lessons from the 2016 Presidential Election

Project 2, Post 9- Quantum Theory, Subatomic Particles & Sub-humans: Lessons from the 2016 Presidential Election

“FIXING OUR EYES ON JESUS, THE PIONEER AND PERFECTOR OF FAITH.

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YOUR LIVES SHOULD BE HOLY AND DEVOTED TO GOD - SO TRY AS HARD AS YOU CAN TO BE WITHOUT SIN AND WITHOUT FAULT - TRY TO BE AT PEACE WITH GOD

11/19/16

The Bible states in Revelation 14:6-13
Easy-to-Read Version (ERV)

6 Then I saw another angel flying high in the air. The angel had the eternal Good News to announce to the people living on earth—to every nation, tribe, language, and race of people. 1,137 more words

Creating Visuals for Nucleon Interactions

Repulsive electrostatic forces. Strong nuclear forces. Charged subatomic particles interacting with neutral subatomic particles. Stable nuclei contain a “magic” number of neutrons and protons, otherwise the nucleus will decay. 1,530 more words

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