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Articles about evidence

History
by dwest61506
4 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Lifestyle
by sound_foundation
9 years ago
Career as an Evidence Technician

Crime scene investigation is widely popular thanks to many hit television shows. Beyond the drama lies the skilled evidence technician who is needed to process a crime scene. A career as an evidence technician can be a great way to start a career in law enforcement. The security and...

Lifestyle
by animshare
9 years ago
Voice Recording as Evidence

In both criminal and civil trials, evidence can come in many forms. One of those forms is a voice recording. A voice recording can be evidence in certain situations. All evidence presented in a court of law must comply with the evidentiary rules of...

Lifestyle
by Maat
9 years ago
How to Write the Main Body of an Essay: Connecting Ideas and Using Evidence

The ability to present the reader with an argument, set out in a logical and cohesive manner, is...

History
by Riley-J
7 years ago
Is Bigfoot Real?

Is Bigfoot real or only a figment of hikers' imaginations?

Lifestyle
by Zaria-Jade
8 years ago
Is the Bible provable?

Does the Bible have any base? Can it be scientifically proven? Why trust it? This article attempts to answer these questions in a short easy to read way.

Lifestyle
by ZackProser
8 years ago
How to Write An A+ College Paper

When your teacher or professor gives you a prompt, or basic instructions of the required subject or type of paper to be written, you can benefit greatly from reading it carefully, and more than once. Read it several times when you first receive it and ask your professor to...

History
by Kaden01
6 years ago
The Dare Stones

In 1587, the English under Queen Elizabeth made a bid to establish a colony along the coast of the New World. However, the colony was not to be and all of its inhabitants disappeared. The story remained a tragic mystery until the alleged discovery of the dare stones. Find out what these stones are and how they might change the established story of Roanoke forever.

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
King Arthur: Legend or Reality?

King Arthur by most sources was a romantic, legendary, fable created during the Dark Ages of England. He was popularized in Geoffery Monmouths History of the Kings of Britain in this tale, the rise and fall of Arthur is told. Arthur came...

Lifestyle
by Cant_Deny_Ambition
6 years ago
Science Vs. Religion: Evidence Vs. Ignorance

What does the actual evidence support when it comes the the debate of evolution vs. religion? How can people even deny the evidence? Here goes another debate which may never see an end.

History
by Sun-Scribe
8 years ago
The Resurrection of Jesus: Fact or Legend?

This article examines some of the historical arguments for the resurrection of Jesus the Christ.

Health
by tekaha
8 years ago
Positive Thinking Exercises That Show You How To Stop Negative Thoughts

Train yourself to notice and counter negative thoughts so that you can start thinking positively about yourself and the world around you.

Travel & Places
by retireyoung
10 years ago
How to get a defacto visa for Australia

If you have a girlfriend or boyfriend from Australia, it is possible to get permanent residency for Australia without having to get married. You basically have to have lived together for a least 12 months and have evidence of this. It is referred to as a defacto visa and allows...

Lifestyle
by W Fonseca
6 years ago
Things That Some People Believe But There Is No Real Proof For

We as a society believe many things, some of which there is no evidence for. Here are the top things that have nothing that would say they are real, but that people still believe.

Lifestyle
by Ulalume
8 years ago
5 Logic Fallacies


I imagine it may be increasingly evident that I find logic and a study of fallicious argument structures to be most interesting. This is somewhat in part do to my personal beliefs which are rooted significantly in philosophical and scientific studies. I am personally studying philosophy and...

Health
by Carola Finch
4 years ago
Common Cancer Myths Debunked

A look at some common myths about cancer prevention and treatment

Health
by MedicalInfo
7 years ago
What Is Vitamin B2

Vitamin B2 can furthermore be referred to as riboflavin. One can find sources of riboflavin in foods like meat, milk, eggs, enriched flour, green vegetables and nuts.

Lifestyle
by Peter B. Giblett
4 years ago
Broken Writing Sites: Scam or Simple Business Failure?

With the recent failure and closure of general writing sites there have been many allegations of being ripped-off by many writers. It is necessary, however to understand the difference between a simple business failure and the intention of scamming writers. Can scams be criminal in nature? Yes, but they are tough to prove.

Lifestyle
by michelledancer
8 years ago
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, officially formed in 2005 though allegedly going back much further, is a religion involving worship of the eponymous Flying Spaghetti Monster and...pirates.

by VeritasLuxMea
10 years ago
New York Medicaid required documents

Introduction

New York Medicaid is a free or low cost health insurance program offered by the state. It is intended for those who cannot afford to purchase health insurance through other channels. One of the requirements for the New York Medicaid application process is to furnish certain documents that serve...

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