The Danger of Capitulating to "Settled Science": Cambridge University Press

The Danger of Capitulating to "Settled Science": Cambridge University Press
I found it to be a helpful resource, despite a sometimes condescending tone towards intelligent design. Obviously it's very rare for a book to cover a topic with 100 percent completeness, but I immediately noticed that something important was missing …
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Improve your disaster recovery project management
If your requirements are fairly straightforward, such as developing an incident response plan, a simple one- or two-page project plan document may be sufficient. … For complex projects, a project management software tool can help manage the many …
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The Internet of Things and the Importance of Modeling and Simulation
It can support early evaluation and optimization of designs and ongoing verification as changes occur—to make sure the right product is developed and delivered with the required speed and quality” (IBM website). The human mind is lazily comfortable …
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Called the Millennium Development Goals, the targets spurred an unprecedented aid effort that brought live-saving medicines and vaccines to millions of people and helped slash the share of people in the developing world who live in extreme poverty from …
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Waseca County hires new administrator
“I want to become part of the greater Waseca County efforts for economic development and community development.” He also has a background in human resources management, he said. “I can help Waseca County not have to be the training ground for …
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Indian PM Visits Kazakhstan, Meets President Nazarbayev, Addresses NU
It is because of your investment in education, human resources and infrastructure. These have helped increase the … There are also great prospects for further development of cooperation,” Nazarbayev said. Modi thanked the Kazakh … We have gained …
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Idea offers cure for sales-tax headache endured by businesses
He's an innkeeper, restaurateur, bookkeeper, human resources manager and chief bottle washer. Inevitably, some things fall through the cracks. Such as the 8 percent sales tax he is … Davo Technologies has spent the last several years developing a …
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Jefferson High School claims second Nobel Prize winner
“I remember him being very smart and just a very good student and someone who stood out,” said Thompson, the associate superintendent for human resources at San Antonio Independent School District. The Class of 1971 had more than 950 … His years of …
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WB-IMF Report Gauges Progress on Development Goals, Including New Target
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'How Nigeria Contained Ebola Virus Disease'
I also think my experience in working with both government and international development partners put me in a unique position to bring these varied proficiencies to bear on a very delicate system." Nigeria has been hailed by the WHO, the United States …
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Meet the Press Transcript – September 7, 2014

Meet the Press Transcript – September 7, 2014
And it's going to require some resources, I suspect, above what we are currently doing in the region–. CHUCK TODD: This is asking Congress for a vote, … But in terms of controlling territory, we're going to have to develop– a moderate Sunni …
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Coffee Genome Reveals Why Your Java Smells So Good
Accordingly, a genome sequence could be a significant step toward improving coffee," said Philippe Lashermes, a researcher at the French Institute of Research for Development, in a statement. … When the coffee plant's caffeine-laden leaves fall to …
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We Could Have Stopped This
The outbreak originated in the tropical rain forest of Guinea in December 2013, but local health authorities did not recognize the new disease in humans in the country until four months later. They can be forgiven a slow reaction, as Ebola has never …
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