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    Skulls and Artifacts Have Been Found That Are Over 3 Million Years Old

    by  • September 18, 2011 • Evolution, Facts Figures Survey's & More, Our Beliefs • 0 Comments

    In 1999 a 3.5 million year old skull was excavated from Kenya. It was proposed as another possible distant ancestor of mankind. This specimen has been added to the growing list of species which existed 2 to 3.5 million years ago and are clearly neither modern primate or modern human, one of which may...

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    Single Best Argument For Evolution; The Animal Kingdom Appears To Be A Family Tree

    by  • July 1, 2011 • Evolution • 0 Comments

    Early naturalists classified animals into a hierarchical “family tree” structure long before the theory of evolution was proposed. In other words, all naturalists agreed long before Darwin that the animal kingdom appeared to be a family tree. Why? You can take any given feature and trace its appearance, in various levels of complexity, along...

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    Does the Zero Point Field link Science and Religion thus proving God’s existence?

    by  • September 29, 2010 • All Categories, Our Beliefs, Religion VS Science • 2 Comments

    It is well known that Science and Religion fundamentals rest on opposite sides of the fence. Just as in a relationship between two people, opposites can attract. If two people are so different, why do they find a connection? Could there be a force linking them in which they are unaware? Maybe this force...

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    Earth Contamination And Global Warming; If We Were A Responsible Race Where Would We Be?

    by  • July 28, 2010 • All Categories, Other Loosely Related Discussions • 2 Comments

    Current evidence shows that we are causing harm to the planet we all call home. Can this be true? Let’s say global warming in no way can be caused by anything we do as human’s. The fact remains that we are not being responsible for our self created messes! Don’t you think personal responsibility...

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