Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Written on Oct, 30, 2012 by in | Leave a comment

In closing my series of articles on major religions (Christianity generated 9, Hinduism 31 and Islam 122 comments on line), in which I have not given any of my opinions, but simply have explained the tenets (religious doctrines that are proclaimed as true without proof) of each religion, I am ending them with Scientology – a belief system. Call it …

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Written on Oct, 20, 2012 by in | Leave a comment

Most human beings though quite concerned with afterlife or life after death ie after you die you carry on somewhere else, spend their lifetime ignoring it and hushing it up. Recently, an American Dr Eben Alexander, a Harvard-educated neurosurgeon made a claim that there is an afterlife, in the Newsweek, titled Heaven is Real, on Oct 15 2012. Dr Alexander …

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Written on Oct, 17, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Rays of light carrying the images you see go thru the pupil (dark central ring)

In my effort to make science popular ieast, a little easier for people to understand, I am presenting the mechanics of how we see and hear each other. The inner eye and ear of the conscious mind (ie a person who is not in a coma or dead) and our senses of touch, taste and smell are media through which …

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Written on Oct, 10, 2012 by in | Leave a comment

For centuries, thinking people wondered whether the mind is the spirit or the soul. In psychology the mind is the processes of memories in the brain. A brain-dead person has no mind. A person with a stroke though alive, can lose his mind, while the soul seems to be still present, although we have no way of knowing in what …

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Written on Oct, 08, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Mirror image of a car in water

Before I start the puzzle a little bit about myself as it pertains to this article. I am a physician and I write articles in all kinds of fields except medicine, which I know very well. I like to study other disciplines and share my research with young people in Manipur. I am not a politician but sometimes I write …

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Written on Oct, 04, 2012 by in | Leave a comment

The ‘Out-of-Africa’ model (1987) of modern human expansion from East Africa is the predominant position held by the scientific community. It is based on genetic, linguistic and archaeological evidence. Recently, there has been some news about the identification and dating of 6 fossilised teeth discovered in Myanmar in 2005. It was first published in the journal PloS Biology on June …

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Written on Oct, 04, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Routes of human migration to Asia from East Africa

The ‘Out-of-Africa’ model (1987) of modern human expansion from East Africa is the predominant position held by the scientific community. It is based on genetic, linguistic and archaeological evidence. Recently, there has been some news about the identification and dating of 6 fossilised teeth discovered in Myanmar in 2005. It was first published in the journal PloS Biology on June …

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