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    Humanism Exploring The Middle Ground Between Science And Religion

    Alan I. Leshner CEO, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Executive Publisher, 'Science' Discussions about science and religion too often resemble one team lining up against the other. In this country, the science-religion interaction can be as aggressive as NFL...
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    Humanism The Dangers Of Believing In Parallel Worlds

    Clay Farris Naff Science Writer, Editor, Broadcaster and Blogger Brian Greene, the people's physicist, is everywhere these days. He's appearing on behalf of his new book, The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos. Indeed, if we take him at his word, he may be...
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    Hinduism Makar Sankranti: A Hindu Celebration Of Science And Spirituality

    Anju Bhargava Founder, Hindu American Seva Charities Hindus are inheritors of a culture which integrated spirituality and science with great pageantry. Hinduism's underlying core belief is that there is only God and everything emanates from that One. All forms are an expression of the...
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    Judaism Kabbalah: A Sacred Science Of The Future?

    Kabbalah: A Sacred Science of the Future Yehuda Berg I enjoyed reading "The Jewish View of Creationism" by Rabbi Adam Jacobs on Huffington Post. Coincidentally, we at Kabbalah Publishing are re-editing one of the Rav's previous works in which he discusses time and space from the perspective of...
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    SciTech Islam, Science And Concerns About Creationism In The Classroom

    Jalees Rehman Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago Posted: January 1, 2011 08:26 AM I have often been asked why we scientists are so resistant to introducing ideas such as "creation science" in the biology classroom. My first reaction is to say that these ideas are...
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    SciTech Right-Out Of Science Fiction

    HAL anticipates and supports the user's body movements. Japan's Cyberdyne may share its name with the company responsible for nuclear destruction and the killer robots of the Terminator movie series, but the similarities end there. And if the idea of a robot suit helping those with...
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    Judaism God, Science And Open-Heart Surgery

    Levi Ben-Shmuel - Tai Chi and Kabbalah teacher, co-creator of Sulam Chi: Prayer in Motion The expression "let's get to the heart of the matter" is well ingrained in the English language. When it comes to the heart itself, what is the heart of the matter? The question arose while thinking about...
  8. Admin

    Spirituality And Science In The 21st Century

    Spirituality and Science in the 21st Century Gurbakhsh Singh (USA) The thought of spirituality is as old as humanity itself. Along with the development of human knowledge, the nature of the faith in the supernatural authority has also changed. Hinduism, a major faith in the East, claims it...
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    SciTech Science Can't Bridge Cultural Divides

    Science can't bridge cultural divides, poll suggests By Margaret Munro, Postmedia News - September 22, 2010 5:02 PM Science is said to be an international language, but a survey has turned up striking cultural divides on hot button scientific issues. Americans are far more pro-nuclear...
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    Mathematics And The Religious Impulse

    The most trivial part of the relationship between science and religion, and yet one that generates lots of debate, is the simple question of compatibility: Can they co-exist? I have written a bit about this, but I have to confess that this question is boring. Establishing that two things can...
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    Religion, Science And The Ultimate Nature Of Reality

    For our purposes as human beings the mind is the center of everything. It governs our experience of our bodies, it retains and composes the inner narrative of our lives, it absorbs the givens of family, culture and education, it orders the data of our senses into a coherent and continuous report...
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    How Can Science Solve The "puzzle" Of God?

    "God offers to every mind its choice between truth and repose. Take which you please -- you can never have both." -Ralph Waldo Emerson Nearly 500 years after science and religion parted company over Galileo's demeaning challenge to a church invested in geocentricity, we have come to a...
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    Quantum Consciousness: The Way To Reconcile Science And Spirituality

    Human thought in the twenty-first century needs to work towards a new model that immerses the human being within a vibrant energetic universe. However, this need not demand that we throw away what we already have; rather, we can expand upon the tools that have brought us to our present position...
  14. Tejwant Singh

    A Salmon's Tale: Science, Religion And The Search For Origins

    The science/religion fault line has built up tremendous pressure in the last few decades, and people on both sides of it feel deeply shaken. Maybe that explains why so many can't see straight. Many theists continue, against all reason, to try to jam the 11-dimensional square peg of science...
  15. Tejwant Singh

    Are Science And Religion Compatible? Interesting Perspective

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    Are Science And Religion Compatible?

    Jerry Coyne and I had an interesting exchange yesterday that will appear in a brief video on USA Today's website at some point. The question related to the compatibility of science and religion. Can one accept the modern scientific view of the world and still hold to anything resembling a...
  17. Tejwant Singh

    Leisure Inside The Science Of Laughter

    Posted on: Thursday, 1 April 2010, 06:15 CDT This April Fools' Day, regardless of whether you're the one playing the prank or the victim of someone else's shenanigans, odds are you'll be laughing--and to Baltimore based neuroscientist Robert Provine, that's serious business. Provine...
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    The Burden Of Proof: How Atheism Has Adopted A Worldview That Science Never Intended

    The Burden of Proof: How Atheism Has Adopted a Worldview That Science Never Intended "The human mind is not capable of grasping the Universe. We are like a little child entering a huge library. The walls are covered to the ceilings with books in many different tongues...
  19. Dalvinder Singh Grewal

    Guru Nanak And Modern Science

    Stephen Hawking is regarded as the most brilliant theoretical physicist since Einstein. He is also the most read scientist of the day. His book 'A Brief History of Time' was on the London Sunday Times bestseller list for over four years, longer than any book so far. During one of my travels I...
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    SciTech The Science Of Sniffer Dogs

    The science of sniffer dogs Rescuers from all around the world are converging on Haiti in the wake of this week's earthquake - and not all of them are human. Finding survivors amid the rubble of Port-au-Prince is a job tailor-made for dogs and devices. The search-and-rescue operation...
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