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Pagan, what does that actually mean? In modern parlance it refers to the new religion of wicca. I always thought that Pagan meant old religion. Pagen is in fact a derivation of the name peasant. The ordinary people were peasants in the old days.
KSIn response to a Nov. 7 referendum, Kansas lawmakers passed emergency legislation outlawing evolution, the highly controversial process responsible for the development and diversity of species and the continued survival of all life. "From now on,
Correspondent Jeremy Yoder, 29, is a postdoctoral researcher of plant biology at the University of Minnesota. He blogs at Denim and Tweed ( www.denimand tweed.com ), where he explores the interactions betweens plants and animals...Q: What sparked
What we call evolution is nothing more than the expression over time of already existing genes. For example, you may be a tall person carrying genes for producing short people that won't show up in your offspring until generations later.
he International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will begin on Monday a meeting to discuss improving security at nuclear plants, three months after the disaster at the plant in Fukushima in Japan caused by a powerful earthquake and tsunami.
Practice is learningTheories about space, materials, and aesthetics have long been integral to design education. Design theories developed by academics and innovative practitioners have captured our imagination as teachers, and have long
What really is science? There are two types of science. Empirical science is the knowledge of an event or a thing witnessed through our senses. You know that the moon exists. You can see it! You know that the chair exists because you can see it or
Recently, a California Orange County Republican Party official, Marilyn Davenport, sent an email of an image of President Obama’s face superimposed on a chimpanzee. This is a horrible and offensive photo. We need to have a conversation on
But over the last generation, we have been living through a revolution in paleontology. The primal force wielded by such skeletal monsters, portrayed in their very names (like Triceratops: three-horned face), has been superseded. Bones, scales and