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Re: Einstein's most incredible prediction ...

Einstein was a disciple of Friar Thomas. He started his mathematical speculations by assuming that matter has fixed properties, that is it not changing
ptolemy1022
11:22 PM
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67502

Einstein's most incredible prediction ...

http://www.techinsider.io/gravitational-wave-nature-ligo-february-11-2016-2 Einstein's most incredible prediction may be proven right on February 11 — or a
palmcharlesUU
10:44 PM
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67501

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

Jayme Dyer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZWEWbvlVdE Knowing Where to Go: How Cells Drive Without Eyes. From the video description: Her scientific
palmcharlesUU
8:33 PM
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67500

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

​​ Björn: As I have tried to show in other posts, even Charles's new hero Perry Marshall seems to acknowledge that a system where choices are made WITHIN
palmcharlesUU
8:10 PM
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67499

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

BL: Stewart is certainly right to argue that randomness entering into selection does not make the entire process random. Yes, natural selection is not always
jimmygoff2001
7:57 PM
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67498

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

... ​Me: Gauger explained how randomness sometimes enters into natural selection. Perhaps you should read her article before you presume to comment on it.
bjorn07se
7:03 PM
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67497

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

... Björn: Note that this non-random selection is the step that is able to increase the amount of "information" in a system. ​Charles P: A distinction
bjorn07se
6:52 PM
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67496

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

... BL: The selection step is NOT random but governed by the mechanism I usually describe as "what works is retained and what doesn't work is discarded". As
bjorn07se
6:43 PM
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67495

ASTEROID TX68 MAJOR UPDATE/METEOR STRIKE IN INDIA KILLS ONE.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dxxBQRI1oI&feature=em-uploademail
palmcharlesUU
4:40 PM
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67494

Re: Does the Bible Condemn homosexuality?

Below is a quite fascinating and very revealing self analysis by the holy troll. You have yet again demonstrated that you are quite irrational and deliberately
Stewart
4:13 PM
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67493

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

Me: Gauger explained how randomness sometimes enters into natural selection. Perhaps you should read her article before you presume to comment on it. You might
Stewart
4:07 PM
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67492

Re: "Inside Creationism's Trojan Horse"

Me: One would also have to be out of his blooming mind to think that the paper was not an example of what scientists do. Stewart: Actually, you’d have to be
Stewart
3:32 PM
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67491

Re: Does the Bible Condemn homosexuality?

Re: Does the Bible condemn homosexuality? From Will Brooks Sunday 7thFebruary PM GMT   drlindberg21 DR Lindberg: The Biblecondemns homosexuality, and eating
will brooks
2:51 PM
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67490

Re: Design and purpose in biological information.

​Me: Gauger explained how randomness sometimes enters into natural selection. Perhaps you should read her article before you presume to comment on it. You
jimmygoff2001
2:48 PM
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Re: "Inside Creationism's Trojan Horse"

Me: One would also have to be out of his blooming mind to think that the paper was not an example of what scientists do. Stewart: Actually, you’d have to be
jimmygoff2001
2:30 PM
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