Albert Jacquard et Hubert Reeves sur la question de Dieu. Année: 2007 Durée: 25' 57'' François Bugingo reçoit sur Radio Canada deux monuments de la science: le généticien Albert Jacquard et l’astrophysicien Hubert Reeves.
Ensemble, ils discutent de l’existence de Dieu. Ces deux scientifiques ont tous les deux fréquenté des écoles catholiques. Que leur en reste-t-il sur le plan des convictions ou de la croyance en Dieu ? Hubert Reeves est moins tranché qu’Albert Jacquard. Source: Radio Canada Could not load plugins: File not found Ecouter également Interview d'Albert Jacquard sur le thème de la surpopulation, L'Eglise a-t-elle occulté le véritable enseignement du Christ ? Epicurus Quote - Plain, dark version T Shirt.
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March 2012, 11:06 The online-magazine Evolution: This View of Life did get a new (and, if I might say, awesome) look. For example, the recommendation of John Jacob Lyons, who is a regular commentator here, about presenting the number of comments to each post has been fulfilled. You should check out the fresh page! More than ever, the brilliant team with active members such as Robert "@RobertMKadar" Kadar and Hadassah "@Haddie" Head is experimenting with new media possibilities such as videos.
After seeing this well-done tutorial, I decided to add a web-interview and sent him some questions. 1. My professional life is devoted to expanding evolutionary science beyond the biological sciences to include all aspects of humanity--in my own research, in higher education (EvoS), and in the formulation of public policy (The Evolution Institute). 2. 3. Neuroanthropology. This is a post about decades of science.
This science doesn’t fit the normal template of “science,” of experiments and testable hypotheses and the like. Then again, a lot of research on humans rarely does. We’re humans, after all. Still, this post draws on many, many years of peer-reviewed empirical work. NeuroTribes. "The Structure of Flame" by autistic artist Jessica Park.
Courtesy of Pure Vision Arts: In 2007, the United Nations passed a resolution declaring April 2 World Autism Awareness Day — an annual opportunity for fundraising organizations to bring public attention to a condition considered rare just a decade ago. Now society is coming to understand that the broad spectrum of autism — as it’s currently defined, which will change next year with the publication of the DSM-5 – isn’t rare after all. In fact, “autism is common,” said Thomas Frieden, Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last week in a press conference.
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