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Within Creationism, Intelligent Design is a school of thought related to cosmogony, the birth of the universe. It existed in some form or other for thousands of years, but became prominent in the last two centuries, particularly because of the Evolution/Creation debate.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 110 months ago in Science | +60 votes | 62 comments
Creationism is a modern movement that has roots several thousand years old. Creationism is a Christian movement based upon the statements in the Bible that the Universe came to existence by an act of Divine Creation, and the name Creationism derives from that. There are both Biblical Creationism and Scientific Creationism.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 111 months ago in Science | +58 votes | 59 comments
Telstar I: The First Communications Satellite Takes Orbit, The First Telecommunications Satellite
Published by deepblue 96 months ago in Science | +38 votes | 20 comments
The Marfa lights are very mysterious and scientists do not know what causes them. They appear sporadically and only at night. There are theories and skeptics. Learn about the mysterious Marfa lights and what might cause them.
Published by Sam Montana 88 months ago in Science | +33 votes | 20 comments
Animals do cry just like humans though the reason for crying might differ from that of humans.
Published by A. Smith 92 months ago in Science | +31 votes | 27 comments
What Makes An Airplane Fly?
Published by deepblue 89 months ago in Science | +27 votes | 18 comments
We are familiar with watermelons with red flesh. But watermelons are more than that. There are varieties with amazing colors, taste, aroma, skin design, and size. Though it originated from Africa, it has since been cultivated extensively in many parts of the world including China, India and the USA. The watermelon rinds are normally eaten raw or used as ingredients for salads; but for some other cultures, they are stir-fried, stewed, pickled, or prepared into juice or wine.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 87 months ago in Science | +24 votes | 17 comments
A short list of the benefits of kissingÂ…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 92 months ago in Science | +24 votes | 16 comments
5 Largest Passenger Ships in the World
Published by deepblue 107 months ago in Science | +24 votes | 15 comments
3 Technologies and How It All Began, The Light Bulb, Photocopying Machine and the Hoover
Published by deepblue 97 months ago in Science | +22 votes | 14 comments
12 Facts About the First Powered Flight and the Wright Brothers
Published by deepblue 103 months ago in Science | +20 votes | 7 comments
"Cosmic Rays" is an expression all of us read in newspapers and magazine, particularly when there is a news about space-exploration. This factoid explains Cosmic Rays in a very simple manner.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 112 months ago in Science | +20 votes | 15 comments
Why do cats chase mice? On countless occasions a well-fed cat might be seen to catch a mouse that it does not eat. It may not kill the mouse right away. It might, instead, toss the mouse in the air, permit it to run off and almost escape—and then pounce once more.
Published by Athena Goodlight 92 months ago in Science | +18 votes | 4 comments
Facts Why A Diamond is Forever, Diamond the hardest material
Published by deepblue 105 months ago in Science | +17 votes | 3 comments
Saprophytes, though struggle for their very existence and depend on the dead organs, they play a vital role in the ecosystems.
Published by Rama lingam 100 months ago in Science | +16 votes | 10 comments
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