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A Neuroscientist on the Limits of Man’s Knowledge and Understanding

Science has come very far in understanding how the human body works. But scientists admit understanding the human brain is still in its pioneering stage. ...


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Neil deGrasse Tyson On the Wonder of the Human Brain

Cosmos: Possible Worlds is a sequel to Carl Sagan’s 1980 acclaimed TV series Cosmos. It is hosted by astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson. ...


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God's Word: The Imperishable Seed

When Sarah Sallon moved back home to Israel, to her job at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, she went looking for medicinal plants which had helped ...


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We Are All Turning to Dust

In his book The Body: A Guide for Occupants, Bill Bryson takes readers on a head-to-toe tour of the marvel that is the human anatomy. Starting from the ...


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80 Percent of Brain Input Comes from Vision

Did you know that of our five sensory inputs (seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, touching), 80 percent of what your brain “knows” comes from ...


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Outspoken Atheist Surprises Everyone: A Fetus is an 'Unborn Child'

Christopher Hitchens, a devout man of the Left, and an outspoken atheist, must be pro-abortion, must fight for abortion just as he fights for all the ...


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God’s Greatest Physical Creation

The human brain has been rightfully called the greatest arrangement of matter in the universe. This is no overstatement. The following are six primary ...


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As the Human Body Has No Insignificant Parts, So Also the Body of Christ

The three smallest bones in the human body are the middle ear ossicles—the malleus, incus, and stapes—more commonly known as the hammer, anvil, ...


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Scientist Extols Wonder of Dandelions and All Plants

In his book Star Struck, Christian astronomer Dr. David H. Bradstreet writes:

Our planet is home to some 10 to 14 million species of living things. Consider ...

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Your Brain Is Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Your brain is about the size of a head of cauliflower. It looks and feels like a three and a half pound lump of firm tofu. It comprises about two percent ...


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