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The Expanding Universe

Author : Mark Antony Garlick
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Presents a variety of information about the universe including how it was created, how stars and planets are formed, theories on the beginning of life, and more.

Interior Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations for 2009

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies
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Discovering the Expanding Universe

Author : Harry Nussbaumer
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This book explores the history of the discovery of the expanding universe, one of the most exciting exploits in astronomy.

The View from the Center of the Universe

Author : Joel R. Primack
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Draws on recent advances in astronomy, physics, and cosmology to present a theory of how to understand the universe and the role of our own world, in an account that offers insight into the origins and evolutionary coherence of the universe as well as its spiritual significance. 60,000 first printing.

From Monkeys to Men and Back

Author : Alvin Allison
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If a giraffe can evolve a longer neck by stretching, what might yawning do to us humans? Disgruntled at the teaching of evolution? Then stop awhile and laugh at it. Consider evolution's supposed magical wand, natural selection. According to theory, natural selection can take a fish fin and turn it into a frog leg. It can take a lizard and suit it up with a pair of wings. It can take a monkey and make a man out of it. The question is though, since natural selection can supposedly move a monkey into a cave by destroying its incredible climbing abilities, what might natural selection end up doing to some of us humans? No doubt, scientists have made many startling discoveries concerning the human anatomy in recent years, discoveries scientists themselves don't understand. Could these mysterious discoveries hold the answers to what the future holds for the human race? Find out what these discoveries are, and draw your own conclusions. This book offers a humorous and yes, sometimes downright silly, yet informative view of the evolution theory, a theory that can't explain even the most basic questions, such as how lifeless matter came to life. As you ponder through its pages, be enlightened by scientific facts, scientific evidence, quotes from some of the world's leading scientists as well as many thought-provoking points provided by an ex chicken farmer who never paid a minutes attention in science class, yet has surely found the very reason evolution could never have happened.

From Monkeys to Men to What Inquiring Minds Want to Know Is Science Pointing to Human s As the Next Major Zoo Attraction A Preposterously Essential Science Lesson According to a Darn Good Ex chicken Farmer

Author : Alvin Allison
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Disgruntled at the teaching of evolution? Then sit back awhile and laugh at it. Consider evolution's magic wand, natural selection. According to theory, natural selection can take a fish fin and turn it into a frog leg. It can take a lizard and suit it up with a pair of wings. It can take a monkey and make a man out of it. The question is though; if natural selection really can move a monkey into a cave by destroying its incredible climbing abilities, what might natural selection end up doing to some of us humans? No doubt, scientists have made many startling discoveries concerning the human anatomy in recent years, discoveries scientists themselves don't understand. Could these mysterious discoveries hold the answers to what the future holds for the human race? Find out what these discoveries are and draw your own conclusions.

The Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation

Author : American Scientific Affiliation
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How To Read T F Torrance

Author : Elmer M. Colyer
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Thomas F. Torrance is regarded as one of the foremost Reformed theologians of the second half of the twentieth century. He taught for thirty years at New College, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, until his retirement in 1979. He has written extensively, contributing more than twenty major works of theology and hundreds of articles in a variety of languages. In this book Elmer Coyler provides access to Torrance's voluminous writings. Demonstrating the profoundly trinitarian and evangelical spirit of Torrance's theology, Coyler also captures his concern to formulate a renewed theological method in the tradition of Athanasius. Coyler helps us see how, in Torrance's view and practice, a truly scientific approach must be godly in order to be accurate and faithful.

Review of Physiological Chemistry

Author : Harold Anthony Harper
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Assuring Quality for the Social Studies in Our Schools

Author : Paul Robert Hanna
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A collection of articles by Paul R. Hanna pertaining to the educational curriculum.

Science and the Nation

Author : Sir Edward Victor Appleton
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The Lincoln Library of Essential Information

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Review of Physiological Chemistry

Author : Harold A. Harper
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Memorie della Societ astronomica italiana

Author : Società astronomica italiana
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Encyclopaedia Britannica a New Survey of Universal Knowledge

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Artificial Intelligence

Author : Jack Challoner
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Presents an overview of artificial intelligence, including expert systems, robotics, and future possibilities.

The Essential Prose

Author : Dorothy Bendon Van Ghent
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This book has two general aims: to provide materials for the teaching of discursive writing, and to give students a broad, various acquaintance with their cultural heritage. Each of the ninety-three selections is followed by a set of analytical questions that explore both the substance of the piece and its rhetorical strategies, for discussion or written exercises.

Faith in an Age of Reason and Science

Author : Ferdinand Nwaigbo
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Heals the old rift between faith and reason, and to open a new horizon for faith and science in the New Age.

Viewpoints on Undergraduate College Science Programs

Author : National Science Teachers Association
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South African Journal of Science

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