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Gemma Tarlach, senior associate editor of Discover magazine, discusses the top 10 science stories of 2013, from new signs of life on Mars to the clash between technology and privacy.
Thanks for a fun and interesting listen. Listening to a replay at 1 am in my mid-sleep interlude.
As a person raised as a Catholic, I learned we don't HAVE to "scientifically" explain anything at all. It's called FAITH, after all.
Anything else just embarrasses you and your brand of religion.
The ancestors of human beings is interesting, but as Catholics we hold that at some point God intervened did one of two things: either he made a man out of dust, or he took a hominid and replaced the soul with a human soul (first created), and changed the body significantly so it would house a human soul. The finding of neanderthal dna in human beings makes the second situation more likely.
I have cactuses and saculants , iHave pretty good light and some direct sunshine.but unsuccessful with rosemary . Any tips for growing Rosmery indoor ?
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