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Seriously? Nowhere in the Bible does it say that biochemistry doesn't exist. They are not mutually exclusive! So funny though lol

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Love creationism! All the greatest scientist seem to understand that there has to be a God

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Diversity •~• Why Homosexuality is Natural and Important

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Body language. feet crossing and neck touching are good ones.

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A lie we have been fed our whole lives...

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"Chocolate Protein Fudge Bites" via #paleo #aip #cricketflour

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Disgust -- it's an emotion we experience when we encounter things that are dirty, impure, or otherwise contaminated. From an evolutionary standpoint, experiencing the intense, visceral sense of revulsion that comes with disgust presumably helps us to avoid contaminants that can make us sick or even kill us. But new research suggests that disgust not only helps us to avoid impurities, it may also make us better able to see them.

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From an evolutionary standpoint, we love colors because we love bananas

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The recurrent laryngeal nerve arises from the vagus nerve and descends to innervate the laryngeal muscles, and to provide sensation to the larynx. The left recurrent laryngeal nerve is significantly longer than its counterpart on the right side. The left recurrent laryngeal nerve loops under the arch of aorta before ascending towards the larynx. Interestingly, from an evolutionary standpoint, the laryngeal nerve is an example of an imperfectly formed structure as it travels down into the thorax before redirecting itself, ascending towards the larynx.

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Sacrificial love- From evolutionary standpoint mankind has survived because of the sacrifices our parents and their ancestors made for us.

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"She Cooks, He Cleans" meals are loosely based on the principles of the primal diet, also sometimes referred to as paleo, grain-free, low-carb or the “caveman diet”. It makes sense to us from an evolutionary standpoint to eat foods were available to the early humans – namely meat, seafood, fresh vegetables and fruits, nuts and seeds. One could say the focal point of this eating plan is avoiding sugars and grains, particularly grains that contain gluten.

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Bottom of paragraph 6... We are not Cookie-cutter humans!! YES!!

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The deadly Irukandji: Nearly one in three people stung experience heart failure. No one’s sure how box jellyfish and the Irukandji are spreading. Jellyfish species are turning up in new habitats every year—and thriving. That’s probably because, from an evolutionary standpoint, jellyfish are biologically primed to swarm the seas. Here’s why: They have few predators. The ones they do have include sea turtles, salmon, mackerel and albatross—animals that are increasingly scarce.

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Yes, It’s Your Parents’ Fault. NYT. " Attachment theory“ finds new resonance in the age of smartphones.

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Control is a deep, deep need:-> Perhaps the deepest need people have is for a sense of control. When we feel out of control, we experience a powerful and uncomfortable tension between the need for control and the evidence of inadequate control. Note that the need is for 'a sense of control', not just for 'control'. This need around how we feel about control is much deeper and has a wider scope than just seeking power and the control it brings. One of the most disturbing things about having a terminal illness, as those who unfortunately suffer from such afflictions will tell you, is the feeling of powerlessness, of being unable to do anything about it. Being unable to control the illness and knowing that others cannot help either can be even more painful than impending death. From an evolutionary standpoint, if we are in control of our environment, then we have a far better chance of survival. Our deep subconscious mind thus gives us strong biochemical prods when we face some kind of danger.

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None of these so-called "animals of the future" make any sense from an evolutionary standpoint. Description from mobiusforum.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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HowStuffWorks "The God Helmet"...also see. ttp://www.innerworlds.50megs.com/God_Helmet/god_helmet.htm

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As humans, we are biologically wired to form connections with others. This behavior makes sense from an evolutionary standpoint, as traveling in groups helped to ensure our survival as a species. Strong relationships have been shown to have significant benefits in regards to one’s overall mental and physical health.  In fact, numerous studies have demonstrated that people with strong relationships have increased longevity, are happier and have fewer health problems. It helps to explain why s...

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“Having social support, from an evolutionary standpoint, is far more important than knowing the truth.”

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Trinity and the Law of Three The Tea Cupboard Monday, March 13, 2017 I’ve asked Cynthia Bourgeault, one of CAC’s core faculty members, to share some of her insights on Trinity and the Law of Three over the next two weeks. With so many urgent practical issues facing humanity, why waste time with the Trinity, Read More »

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Eating seasonally from an evolutionary standpoint

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From an evolutionary standpoint, flavor has long helped define who we are as a species, journalist John McQuaid argues in his new book, an exploration of the art and science of taste.

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Our affinity for trees dates back 6 million years ago, when humans first arrived on the scene. Providing us with oxygen, food, and shelter, trees may have also directly shaped us from an evolutionary standpoint; early humans lived in trees, and for this reason, we developed larger brains and more agile bodies.

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Why Pokémon Go captured our imagination — and huge market share | TechCrunch

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This is not a snake The slow worm (Anguis fragilis) is considered a limbless lizard, not a snake. From an evolutionary standpoint, there are a number of key differences. The slow worm has the ability to drop its tail and re-grow a new one, should it be caught by a predator. The slow worm also has small eyes with blinking eyelids, another ability snakes lack. They also have different scales, and a different manner of shedding them.

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7. The body responds to stress, worry, and anxiety in the same ways that it responds to fear and excitement. your body releases a series of hormones that make you hyper-alert, focused, and energized, and this chemical cascade causes increased heart rate, respiratory rate, and perspiration. From an evolutionary standpoint, this is a system we needed in place for survival.

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spontaneous evolution

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Why We Are Conscious: When a scientist attempts to reverse engineer the human nervous system in order to figure out what consciousness is for the scientist is often reminded that whatever it looks like that consciousness might be contributing to nervous function one could easily imagine a system that does the same thing and can carry out the same function without anything like consciousness. (Here we are speaking of the most basic form of consciousness such as awareness of pain perceptual awareness of a red apple or awareness of the urge to sneeze.) To this point which we will refer to as the but I can imagine it without consciousness criticism the scientist might reply that though it might well be that such a function could be carried out without anything like consciousness in the evolution of human beings consciousness seems to have been selected to carry out particular mental operations (see proposal here) for one reason or another. This conclusion is based in part on the logic that when consciousness is absent those operations can no longer be instantiated. Source: Pixabay Public Domain Free image Such a scientist is adopting a descriptive approach to the products of natural evolution which describes natural products as they are and not as we humans would design them or as we think they should be designed (which is a normative approach). Indeed human locomotion (legs) is very different from artificial locomotion (wheels) just as the artificial heart is very different in nature from its biological counterpart. The products of evolution are often suboptimal counterintuitive and very different from how we would engineer them. Thus from a descriptive standpoint that fact that one can imagine a creature doing all the things that humans can do without anything like consciousness might reflect more the human power of imagination (or our good sense of engineering) rather than what has transpired in the course of evolutionary history. In short the legs in humans are for locomotion even if you could imagine a different or better way to locomote.

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5 Unconscious Motives Behind Attraction from an Evolutionary Standpoint: Ever wonder why we are attracted to certain types of people?

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If looking at today's headlines males you wonder about the fate of our planet, here is some news that may surprise you from an evolutionary standpoint - we are exactly where we need to be. According to emminent biologist Bruce H. Lipton and political and cultural commentator Steve Bhaerman, we are surrounded by the proof that we are poised to make an incredible step forward in the growth of our species.

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By John Swartzberg, M.D. We've evolved to worry. From an evolutionary standpoint, it makes sense that we do need to worry about certai...

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This is kind of how you start to feel when you've worked in a restaurant for too long. Lol

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6 Signs You Could Be a #Highly #Sensitive #Person (#HSP) - High sensitivity can be seen in other higher animals, too. From an evolutionary standpoint, the trait is valuable in a group. They can warn of potential danger, make acute observations of the behavior of other animals, and share the wisdom of their tendency toward greater reflection. In history, HSPs would be the priest-advisors in the community. Today they are often the artists, teachers, researchers, and judges. | Alternet

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The best confident booster a man can ever be thankful for is the ability to last as-long as he wants during sex. Sadly, though, Mother Nature at most times has other ideas. From an evolutionary standpoint, men have been hardwired to ejaculate quickly during intercourse.

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On Certain Aspects of the Evolutionary Process from The Standpoint of Modern Genetics

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| Yoga & Tantra retreats Germany - Our Tantric Workshop covers the significance of the sexual energy from an evolutionary standpoint, and its conservation and cultivation for personal transformation and spiritual growth.

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[First of all I’d like to say that this design blatantly disregards Allen’s rule in favor of canon/EU information which doesn’t make sense from an evolutionary standpoint but who the hell cares] Andorians are a hexapodal semi-insectoid species. Their...

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[First of all I’d like to say that this design blatantly disregards Allen’s rule in favor of canon/EU information which doesn’t make sense from an evolutionary standpoint but who the hell cares] Andorians are a hexapodal semi-insectoid species. Their...

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the shades of gray is actually the same! but it seems darker in the left image explanation: The reason that this works is due to the surroundings. From an evolutionary standpoint, it would make sense that in the dark, when a dangerous predator is approaching us, and it doesn't blend into the background as well as it could, it would be good if we could quickly see them coming!

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If looking at today's headlines makes you wonder about the fate of our planet, here is some news that may surprise you: from an evolutionary standpoint, we are exactly where we need to be. According to eminent biologist Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D, we are surrounded by the proof that we are poised to take an incredible step forward in the growth of our species.

Just as a terminally ill patient can have a "spontaneous remission"—usually following a profound life change or change in belie...

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Although evolutionary science says that settling in a relationship may be a good idea, any hopeful romantic will tell you that’s no way to live. From the standpoint of evolution, jumping at what you can get isn’t just safe but is the reason that our species has lasted so long. How

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I’d rather be an alien. I’d rather be myself. Than be liked. It makes sense… why you’d want to be liked. Think about it. From an evolutionary standpoint, when you’re liked, you’re safe. You’re in the tribe. People protect you. But now, I’d rather be an alien. I don’t want stress.

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CHRISTIAN THOUGHT TO THE REFORMATION (by Herbert B. Workman; Imprint: Wipf and Stock). "Passing by much that is of the highest importance, [the author] has attempted to point out the main movements of Christian thought from the close of the Apostolic Age to the dawn of the Reformation... "The writer believes firmly in the evolutionary standpoint as alone explanatory of the history of the Christian Church as the expression of the will of the Holy Spirit. He admits, therefore, the...

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[First of all I’d like to say that this design blatantly disregards Allen’s rule in favor of canon/EU information which doesn’t make sense from an evolutionary standpoint but who the hell cares] Andorians are a hexapodal semi-insectoid species. Their...

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[First of all I’d like to say that this design blatantly disregards Allen’s rule in favor of canon/EU information which doesn’t make sense from an evolutionary standpoint but who the hell cares] Andorians are a hexapodal semi-insectoid species. Their...

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VR THE NEW HARD DRUG So video games are addictive—this we know. It comes down to dopamine, one of the brain’s basic signaling molecules. Emotionally, we feel dopamine as pleasure, engagement, excitement, creativity, and a desire to investigate and make meaning out of the world. It’s released whenever we take risks, or encounter novelty. From an evolutionary standpoint, it reinforces exploratory behavior. #VR #drug More experimentaldesing.info

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| Yoga & Tantra retreats Germany - Our Tantric Workshop covers the significance of the sexual energy from an evolutionary standpoint, and its conservation and cultivation for personal transformation and spiritual growth.

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Why do humans get periods when most other mammals don't? This informative article explains it - because the human fetus (terrible parasite that it is) takes up so many of the woman's resources and is incredibly invasive, the buildup of the uterine lining helps so that you have less of a chance of dying (terrible parasites, I tell you).

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