Does a New Scientific Study Offer Evidence of Life after Death?

brain activity, consciousness, CPR, death, Evolution, faith, Faith & Science, Grossman School of Medicine, heart, life after death, materialism, Medicine, memory retrieval, natural selection, near-death experiences, neonatal intensive care, New York University, perception, physicians, Sam Parnia, theology, thinking
Maybe there is no evolutionary explanation. There is certainly no discernible natural-selection benefit. Source
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Reeves: A Rising Star Describes a Biological Revolution

bacteria, biochemistry, biology, computer scientist, emergent properties, Emily Reeves, engineers, Evolution, foresight, hierarchical integration, integration, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Jim Esch, materialism, purpose, Reductionism, science, signaling networks, silicon, Systems Biology, Technology
“Engineers more easily recognize impressive design because they have actually tied to build stuff.” Source
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Berlinski, Metaxas in NYC: What Is a Human Being?

biological origins, Culture & Ethics, Darwinian theory, Darwinists, David Berlinski, dress code, Eric Metaxas, Events, human exceptionalism, human nature, Human Nature (book), Human Origins, Intelligent Design, jungle, materialism, New York City, philosophy, Psalms, Socrates in the City, Union League Club
The issues involved in the evolution debate derive their interest and importance largely from one question. Source
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Theory in Crisis? Redefining Science

American Astronomical Society, Biophysical Society, Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker, Dark Ages, Enlightenment, Evolution, gravity, Harvey Lodish, Intelligent Design, Is Darwinism a Theory in Crisis? (series), Isaac Newton, materialism, Modern Age, Nature (journal), Philosophy of Science, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn, Walther Nernst
Scientific revolutions are often marked by disputes over the “standard that distinguishes a real scientific solution from a mere metaphysical speculation.” Source
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Darwinian Racism, Past and Present

Center for Science & Culture, Cesare Lombroso, Charles Darwin, criminology, Culture & Ethics, Darwin Comes to Africa, Darwin Day in America, Darwinism, DNA, Evolution, humans, Italy, materialism, Museum of Criminal Anthropology, racial struggle, Racism, Richard Weikart, The Descent of Man, Turin, white superiority
John West discusses his experience visiting the Museum of Criminal Anthropology in Turin, Italy, and Cesare Lombroso’s racist ideas about evolution. Source
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New from Science Uprising — Artificial Intelligence, Creativity, and the Human Difference

algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, artists, Baylor University, computers, Creativity, Darwinism, Discovery Institute, Elon Musk, humanity, Jay Richards, John Lennox, kitsch, materialism, media, Neuroscience & Mind, propaganda, Robert J. Marks, science, Science Uprising, Selmer Bringsjord, spiritual reality, Stephen Hawking, Technology, totalitarianism, Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence
Creativity, not mere copying or following commands, entails thinking “outside the box.” That’s how it can surprise us with genuine novelty. Source
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