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The “directionality of complexity”

Of late, the concept of complexity in nature has captured many scientific minds. Their fascination lies in the fact that the physical universe seems to show a constant striving and endeavor toward increased organization. How is this possible in a … Continue reading

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Will scientists finally accept the existence of dragons?

This question is key to reconciling the sharp differences between science and religion. Scientists will tell you that giant, ferocious dragons don’t exist and are merely mythological creatures created by non-sophisticated minds and fantastical, superstitious storytelling. Search as you might, … Continue reading

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Does God Get Pissed-Off?

The Bible, especially the Old Testament, sure has many references that seem to portray Jehovah God as angry, even to the point of wanting to destroy humans outright. But how does this square with a God of infinite love and … Continue reading

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