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by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
The eminent and prominent physicist, Stephen Hawkings avers, in an interview with a British magazine, that the human brain is nothing more than a computer, and when that computer malfunctions then stops operating altogether, the human who has that computer( brain), dies and does not...
by Jennings 3 years ago
Why are humans so much more evolved than any other species?Provide evidence in your answer, but does the answer lie in religion, a great mutation in our genetic code, or life on other planets? This subject has always interested me and I am curious to see if there is any evidence on why humans had a...
by jeshon 7 years ago
Which part of your body do you like the most?Motivate why you like a certain part of your body more than others
by Hui (蕙) 4 years ago
From the knowledge-picture (originally shared by 'Did you know' on google+), we can see the job of archaeologists and paleontologists, to find out how present humans have evolved from nothing, and obtained such power. Then we know poverty for humans is always there, not human-made as some people...
by IDONO 5 years ago
If the human brain is such a near perfect computer, why so many mistakes?My $8 pocket calculator never makes mistakes. I make them all the time. What's up with that?
by sumair_00 6 years ago
why humans are so eager to know about there past and why we are consider as the family of monkeysas we as per Islam humans are made by the mud and dust, the first humans exist on the earth soil are Adam and Eve it is also there in Quran and bible
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