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  • There is no clue in nature as to how these simple laws could induce the nonrepetitive, multi-faceted information we associate with the genetic code or the proteins made from the information stored in those genetic codes.

    THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

  • In a recent scientific paradigm shift, IBS is now becoming classified as an inflammatory bowel disorder—though whether it is autoimmune in nature and there are autoantibodies involved that attack the body tissue itself has not yet been fully investigated or answered.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • It is the belief of both investigators and clinicians that the majority of serial murders are sexual in nature Lunde 1976; Ressler et al.

    Sexual Homicide

  • In fact, this topsoil is widely believed to be the only carbon-absorbing material in nature that is voluminous enough to potentially capture all the excess carbon in the atmosphere.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • The close fit of the protein may mean that it is actually built to self-associate in nature under some circumstances that had previously escaped attention.

    The Edge of Evolution

  • Adding in nature preserves, protected archaeological sites, and open sports and recreation zones leaves almost a third of the eight-thousand-acre site unbuilt.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Wagner wrote: “The formation of a genuine variety which Mr. Darwin considers to be an incipient species, will succeed in nature only where a few individuals transgress the limiting borders of their range and segregate themselves spatially for a long period from the other members of their species.”

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Monogamy—an ideal behavior in many human cultures—appears in nature among only a few species, such as the jackdaw, the dik-dik, and a few kinds of termites.

    Why We Believe What We Believe

  • He made no discoveries in nature like those of his great rivals, he added nothing to our knowledge of anatomy, of modelling, or construction; he is not a colourist like Titian, nor even a draughtsman in the absolute sense of the word, such as was Dërer or

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • We categorize communication channels (1) as either interpersonal or mass media in nature and (2) as originating from either localite or cosmopolite sources.

    Diffusion of Innovations

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