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  • Examples Of Social Observation

    Social Observation By observing a class at Fontbonne University, there was a variety of observable information that was gathered during the observation. I observed an introduction to statistics course and it was seventy-five-minute meeting and observation occurred on Monday, September 12. I went into the class a few minutes before the class started and picked a seat in the back of the classroom. The classroom was set up with a podium for the teacher at the front of the classroom with a projector. The professor handed out note pages to the students in the front to pass back to all of the students. The professor wrote on a tablet during the class and the notes were projected onto the projector for the students to be able to see. The rest of classroom…

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  • Universe Observation Essay

    To humans who live on Earth, we perceive Earth as a large mass of land that has been around for about 4.6 billion years. But the Earth is only a small part of what makes up the Universe. Earth is located in the Milky Way Galaxy, and contains billions of stars, which is only a small fraction of the 100 billion galaxies. While the Universe has been around for roughly 13.82 billion years, everyday we learn more and more about the complexities that were once hidden from us. One of the main things…

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  • Analysis: Forever Unintelligible Gardner

    once upon a time humans were chimp-like and over time developed brains that cracked the "square root of 2" problem — but that doesn't faze him. There are properties of our universe so profoundly complex that no sentient mind, no matter how enhanced, will ever understand them fully. Gardner was a fine…

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  • Cosmic Paradox Essay

    Than The Universe Age may only be a number, but when it comes to cosmic terms, it is important for certain rules to be obeyed. What we are saying is that it should not be possible for complex creatures to be older than planets or to have a rocky planet that'll predate the stars. It should even be impossible to have a star that is older than the observable Universe. Source: NASA (https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/hubble/science/hd140283.html) Scientists have declared that the Universe itself…

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  • Kalam Cosmological Argument Essay

    The third premise of the Kalam cosmological argument states that the universe has a cause of its existence. Craig believes that if he has shown this premise to be true, he has proven the existence of the theistic God. It is important to note that according to current science the beginning of our universe also marks that beginning of time. So, there is no temporal moment before the beginning of our universe at which God might cause our universe to begin. Therefore, God could not have caused our…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Multiverses

    nuclear annihilation. However, none of these scenarios are the facts of the world. You are you, you have not become something that you are not, and the world is as it is. The only place that these fantastical ideas can exist are in the world of fiction, because we live in one universe with one past and an…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Disturbing Whistler's Mountain

    On a day to day basis, it becomes easy to simply fall into routine and monotony like a cog in a machine. I consider myself incredibly fortunate to have had opportunities in my life to reconnect with nature and rediscover the freedom and expansiveness associated with it. I must have seen the same old roads and buildings and restaurants of my medium sized suburb a thousand times in my life. However, no experiences have been more memorable and impactful than climbing Whistlers Mountain, or the…

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  • Hubble's Conspiracy Theory

    In the mid 20-ies of the last century the American astronomer E. Hubble found that the distance between galaxies in the observable universe is continuously increasing, like galaxies diverge from each other. At Hubble and his colleagues began to form the impression that the many billions of years ago in our days talking about 15 - 20 billion of the universe matter was concentrated in a very small volume with a fantastically high density, many orders of magnitude superior to the density of matter…

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  • Big Bang Argument Essay

    common fact that the necessary components needed for life on a planet don’t have much in common with the components necessary for the Universe. Many Astrophysicists have accepted the fact that the values of the four fundamental forces were discovered less than 1 millionth of a second after the Big Bang. The four fundamental forces are gravity, the electromagnetic force, and the nuclear forces. If any of these forces are altered or anything happens a second off, the universe could not exist. If…

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  • The Importance Of Biblical Creationism

    Biblical Creation as a Worldview Should Biblical Creationism be presented parallel with evolution as a valid explanation of the origin of the universe? The secular system is accepting evolution as fact, when evolution is really a worldview in which one sees the facts. The argument can then be made that if one must exert faith to believe evolution, then Biblical Creationism should not be disqualified as an equal explanation. National evangelist and former atheist Kirk Cameron (2004) writes,…

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