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Differences Between Humans and Animals: Buddhism’s Perspective and New Scientific Controversies

Differences Between Humans and Animals: Buddhism’s Perspective and New Scientific Controversies

Heroes are the practical people who recognize current tasks (识时务者为俊杰 ) Chinese Proverb Editor’s Note: Stephen Friberg is visiting Morocco, Turkey, and then the Holy Land for pilgrimage at the Baha’i World Center in Haifa. His blogs will restart on July 22nd. Today’s guest blog is by Yanli Mi, a biophysicist from Szechuan province in China. June 18th, 2012: Four positions can be offered to discuss the differences between humans and animals: Humans are the only species created by God,…

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The Heroes are the Practical People Who Recognize Current Tasks (识时务者为俊杰 )

The Heroes are the Practical People Who Recognize Current Tasks (识时务者为俊杰 )

Heroes are the practical people who recognize current tasks (识时务者为俊杰 )  Chinese Proverb The vast majority of Nobel prize winners have religious beliefs, religious identity and some are even religious professionals. Most Nobel Prize winners from the West have Christian backgrounds. As of 1996, out of 639 Nobel laureates, there were 618 believers and only 21 a-religious laureates (for a reference in Chinese, see http://www.qq.com/). The a-religious are mainly from the former Soviet Union and Eastern European socialist countries. Among…

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