Life On Mars

Ron Hughes:  Recently, I’ve been seeing some interesting articles in magazines about water existing on Mars.  Some people, some secular scientists are looking at water on Mars as meaning that there could be life on Mars which may challenge the whole Christian paradigm.  I’d be interested to hear from a man of science about this…

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Scientists Are All Too Human

It’s important to remember that scientists are human beings who display all the same weaknesses as the rest of us. Take, for example, the famous mathematician and physicist Sir Isaac Newton. He essentially rewrote the laws of physics, invented calculus and was first to understand the nature of light. As well, he proposed the theory…

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Where Did that Itch Come From?

Much of what goes on in our brains happens without our awareness. The cells in our brain constantly exchange messages with various parts of our body through nerve cells called neurons, which pass on messages via electrical impulses. We see, hear, feel, taste, and are aware of our body sensations and position, not at the…

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Just Where Am I?

I reflected recently on how technology has changed map making. In ancient times map makers had to face innumerable dangers, disease and shipwreck, in their efforts to make an accurate survey of a coastline. And mapping the interior of a country involved battling deserts, mountains and impassable rivers. Even after the field data was collected,…

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How Long Will I Live?

The life expectancy tables used by insurance companies give a clear picture about our longevity.  This explains why smokers pay fifty percent more on their insurance policies.  Research has verified that the cost of smoking entails more than the money spent on cigarettes. Life expectancy in Western countries has been increasing steadily over the last…

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