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    Summer Constellation

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    brightest star in the night sky. The magnitude of the star is +0.12. Betelgeuse is a star nearing the end of its life. Shining with a cool, subdued red hue and a location of 643 light-years away it is, according to scientists, expected to become a supernova within the next million years. This is due to the spasms of expansion and…

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    people of God. Second, modern science was said to be discovered around the 16th or 17th century during the scientific revolution. The scientific side of this believes that time and matter were created as a result of an explosion bigger than a supernova. This theory is called the “Big Bang Theory”. Most scientists and philosophers believe that all of the universe’s mass was compressed into one small particle about the size of an atom. Scientists explain that as this “big bang” occurred, light…

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    For generations upon generations people around the world have asked the question, “If god is good, why is there evil in the world?”. On first observation of this simple question one sees what seems to be a fundamental flaw in the Christian belief. John Hick attempts to solve this life- changing question and prove that it has no effect on the essential belief of God. He defines this “Problem of Evil” in the following dilemma: “If God is perfectly loving, he must wish to abolish evil; and if he is…

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    Social media have gained astounding worldwide growth and popularity, which has led to attracting attention from a variety of researchers globally. Moreover, throw out the time; all generations have come to embrace the changes social network has brought about. Furthermore, social networking is a popular form of communicating, TV’s and news around the world. With the benefits of global connections come risks and negative impacts that we should avoid or ignore, such broken down face-to-face…

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    Marvel takes on Dc When it comes to superheroes there would be only two series that would come to the mind of any human that takes an interest in them. Those two series are marvel which represents the characters such as the incredible Hulk, Iron man, and Captain America, but Dc Comics which represents Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Fans of the two series invest money, time and attention into these topics just off the character alone. Even though it may not seem like it, there are…

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    Lego Research Paper

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    For 13 years, the scientists of LIGO—the most ambitious, and expensive, project in the history of the National Science Foundation—had been waiting. LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, has been twenty-five years and more than half a billion dollars in the making. It involves 900 scientists and engineers, including many whose entire careers have been spent designing, building, and preparing to analyze data streaming in to LIGO. Their goal: To confirm, once and for all,…

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    are surrounded by advertising, which forces us to present juicy plump chickens and garden fresh fruits and vegetables as ingredients in animal feed. On all sides we assert that the feed composition of a brand and contains scientifically verified "Supernova" formula that meets the needs of the animal. At the same time, many of us to understand that in order to read a label on the feed composition, requiring specific knowledge. But the reality is quite different. Your meal contains any formula? Do…

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    Sea Otters Pros And Cons

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    Huffington Post’s article authoritatively described the definition of a trophic cascade as an ecological phenomenon triggered by the addition, or removal of top predators and involving reciprocal changes in the relative populations of predator and prey through a food chain, which often results in dramatic changes in ecosystem structure and nutrient cycling (huffingtonpost.com).” For that reason, in today’s society we have witnessed numerous trophic cascades that occur all over the world,…

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    One of the most captivating questions in astronomy today is the how our solar system formed? Not only does the answer adds an insight to other similarly forming systems, but also satisfies our curiosity about the origin of our species. It is extremely unlikely that astronomers will ever know with absolute scientific clarity how our system originated, they can however construct similar theoretical models with faiths of gaining a better understanding. With that being said a simple understanding of…

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    . Hawking says that there was a time when everything in the universe were connected to each other and the density of the universe was infinite, which according to the “general theory of relativity…predicts that there” was “a singular point in the universe” [3]. Before big bang, nothing existed. Energy and time were created later. This theory is in coherence with the scientific method. If we invest some thinking to find some evidences that support the existence of god, we can find a few…

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