Evolution Vs. God Movie

(Ray comfort) you are an atheist? I’m undoubtedly an atheist, yes. (Ray alleviation) Why are you an atheist? Why am I an atheist? Due to the fact there is no God. Atheism assumes that you may disprove the existence of a God. Agnostic is a extra right time period, however i am an atheist. (Ray alleviation) Are you an atheist? – Yeah. – i’m an atheist, yeah. – i’m, sure. – i’m. (Ray relief) So you are not an atheist? No, i am no longer. (Ray remedy) So you’re leaning that way when you consider that of evolution? Yeah. I […]

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Scientists in the Wild: Dr. Julie Libarkin, Geologist

Oh, that’s a good question. So I’m a geologist and for many years I studied mountains and high plateaus like the Tibetan Plateau or the Colorado Plateau and how they formed. And now I study what I call Geocognition which is the intersection between cognitive science, how the brain works, and geological sciences. So really how people perceive, understand and interact with the planet. So a geologist is someone who studies the earth. And you can actually think a little more broadly about an earth scientist. So a geologist would be someone who studies the solid earth. Sort of the […]

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Why Earthquakes Are So Hard To Predict

Hi, this is Alex, from MinuteEarth. San Francisco has been hit by a gigantic earthquake at the least once every hundred years going back so far as we all know. So the individuals of San Francisco know that someday in the subsequent a hundred years, theyre prone to get shaken again by way of a enormous quake. But we can’t say exactly when the quake would hit. Right now, all we will do is assemble shake-proof buildings and put out seismic sensors. That means, when an earthquake sends out underground waves, which travel from its epicenter eight occasions rapid than […]

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The Yellowstone Volcano: Past, Present and Future

So please welcome Jake Lowenstern to talk about Yellowstone. For the next hour or so, we’re going to talk about Yellowstone. Yellowstone, for those who haven’t been there, it’s in the northwest corner of Wyoming. About 1000 miles to the northeast of us here. And it’s a pretty big park. It’s about 9000 square kilometers, or something like 3600 square miles. And for this Bay Area audience it might be useful to look at Yellowstone relative to the Bay Area itself. So that’s Yellowstone National Park. The pink line in the middle is the caldera. We’ll talk more about that, […]

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USGS Status Update of Kīlauea Volcano – May 15, 2018

We have on going activity at Kileuea summit. So the level of earthquake activity remains elevated and the summit continues to subside. We’re having continuing ash emissions from the summit crater. They’re intermittent and they’re rising a few thousand feet above the crater. Yesterday we had a little bit of ash fall down in Punalu’u and that kind of activity may continue throughout the day if the situation stays as it is. But still pretty low ash emissions. But lots of activity there out there as far as the earthquake activity and subsidence . Down on the east rift zone, […]

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Has Human Evolution Stopped ?

Curious Droid presents for ways that human evolution could proceed it’s been a hundred and fifty seven years since Charles Darwin published his groundbreaking book the “Origin of Species” in which he proposed the theory of evolution back in 1859. Since then our knowledge of the world and ourselves increased exponentially but what lies ahead for our own human evolution, in this video we wil look at four predictions as to which way human evolution could proceed. Prediction 1 Human evolution has stopped many believe that because we have evolved then it’s natural to assume that the process will just […]

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What Are Earthquakes Called On Mars? | Dolan Life Mysteries ft. Boogie2988

From why snails die if they contact salt, to the intent of nightmares, we answer some of your most burning questions on lifestyles hi there, females and gents of YouTube, Boogie2988 coming at you live once again by way of the vigor of the web, and today i’m going to be the one reading out the questions and answers i’m threat Dolan and i’m right here to blow your mind with actuality 10 – RBLXNoobDEV8000 asks Who made the primary auto? This one man called Mr Petroleum invented petrol, however he had nothing to put it in he put it […]

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The Evidence For Evolution Made Easy

The evidence for evolution made effortless the science of evolution is below assault by way of creationists the vast majority of them do not even realize what evolution is the way it works and what the proof for it is on this video i’m hoping to demonstrate in easy terms how we all know evolution is right there are several lines of evidence that independently verify evolution that is what makes scientists so specific any individual of those factors might have pointed to some thing else however they all converge on the same conclusion that each one species emerged through […]

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Remodelling machine learning: An AI that thinks like a scientist

Modern science generates a lot of data — amounts far beyond the ability of humans to process on their own. This is why scientists often rely on computational methods such as machine learning — a type of artificial intelligence to crunch big data. In fact, it’s pretty commonplace today, and is even used in applications like Spotify and Netflix to help predict your media preferences. But there’s a problem. Traditional approaches to machine learning, such as deep learning, are focused on classification and statistical correlation. This makes them very useful for recognising and comparing patterns in things like audio or […]

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USGS Status Update of Kīlauea Volcano – June 2, 2018

Good Morning everyone this is the HVO Kīlauea update for the morning of June 2nd. In the lower east rift zone fissure eight continues to have lava fountains but they’re only reaching heights of about 50 meters or 164 feet. As of 6:30 a.m. the channelized lava flow that was heading towards the Four Corners area was about one tenth of a mile from the intersection of Highway 132 and Highway 137 and along the length of that channel there are small breakouts including one near the intersection of Highway 132 and Pohoiki Road. The suggested evacuation for residents of […]

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