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Is God man-made?

is God man-made, did man create God Question: “Is God man-made? Did man create the idea of God?” Answer: Some people argue that God is man-made; that is, the concept of God is merely a human fabrication handed down through the generations from those who didn’t know any better. They …

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How Near-death Experiences Work

BY ED GRABIANOWSKI Brain Pictures Find out what makes an experience an NDE, who typically has them and how people have tried to explain them. See more brain pictures. Near-death experiences (NDE­s) are common enough that they have enter­ed our everyday language. Phrases like “my whole life flashed before my eyes” and “go to …

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Near-Death Experiences and DMT

A neurological explanation of NDEs remains elusive Steve Taylor Ph.D. Out of the Darkness Source: mi-fo-to/flickr Near-death experiences are one of the most puzzling phenomena in psychology. A near-death experience is when a person appears to be clinically ‘dead’ for a short period –when their heart stops beating, their brain …

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A Note on Science and NDE

A Note on Science and NDE, By Simon Berkovich, Professor of Engineering and Applied Science at the George Washington University.* Below is an introductory discussion of more theoretical papers exploring the idea that DNA information in living organisms is not complex enough to explain the quantity and diversity of information processed …

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‘No white lights or angels’, THIS is what happens when you die

A MAN who clinically died for three minutes has shared his experience of the afterlife and found others have gone through the same ordeal. By SEAN MARTINPUBLISHED: 06:00, Sun, Sep 10, 2017 | UPDATED: 08:31, Sun, Sep 10, 2017 GETTYA Reddit user has shared his experience of life after death Reddit user ‘Pwnographik’ took …

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Does Death Exist? New Theory Says ‘No’

Robert Lanza, MD Many of us fear death. We believe in death because we have been told we will die. We associate ourselves with the body, and we know that bodies die. But a new scientific theory suggests that death is not the terminal event we think. One well-known aspect of …

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Royal College of Psychiatrists’ statement on sexual orientation Position Statement

Position Statement PS02/2014 April 2014Royal College of Psychiatrists London Approved by the Policy Committee: March 201 The Royal College of Psychiatrists considers that sexual orientation is determined by a combination of biological and postnatalتال للولادة مباشرة environmental factors. 1–3 There is no evidence to go beyond this and imputeيعزو  any …

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Gene- and Environment-Dependent Neuroendocrine Etiogenesis of Homosexuality and Transsexualism

Summary Sexual brain organization is dependent on sex hormone and neurotransmitter levels occurring during critical developmental periods. The higher the androgen levels during brain organization, caused by genetic and/or environmental factors, the higher is the biological predisposition to bi- and homosexuality or even transsexualism in females and the lower it …

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Epigenetic ‘tags’ linked to homosexuality in men

Twin study reveals five DNA markers that are associated with sexual orientation. Sara Reardon Rick Loomis/Los Angeles Times/Getty The biological influences on sexual orientation may extend to DNA ‘tags’ that affect gene expression. Update, 12 October 2015: Since this story was first published, several researchers have criticized the study’s methods. …

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How our genes could make us gay or straight

(Image courtesy of Flickr user William Hamon) By Jenny GravesJune 4, 2014 The claim that homosexual men share a “gay gene” created a furor in the 1990s. But new research two decades on supports this claim – and adds another candidate gene. To an evolutionary geneticist, the idea that a person’s genetic makeup …

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Does Everybody Have a Gay Gene?

Join Dr. Lehmiller Where does our sexual orientation come from? That’s a question that we don’t yet fully understand. However, a growing body of research suggests that it may be determined, at least in part, by our genetics.  Scientists have been searching for years for a so-called “gay gene,” and …

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