1. Grace Anatomy

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    Preached by: Bro. Ronnie Quilatton October 05, 2014 Heart of Worship Church, Las Pinas

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    • Science Workshop Model

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      Emily Cunningham

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      • From Biology to Military History: Patterns in Animal Weaponry

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        What are the parallels between an ancient war ship and a dung beetle? More than you would think, actually! Professor Douglas J. Emlen, PhD, a professor in the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Montana, has a unique perspective on animal weaponry. As a biologist, Dr. Emlen can be found studying the behavior of dung and rhinoceros beetles, particularly the ways they use the large horns extruding from their heads. Fights among beetles—as well as among other animals with weapons, such as elk and fiddler crabs—are commonly one-on-one duels, most often over a mate or resources. As you might expect, the bigger, better weapons usually win. But how does this relate to human military history? When he started to examine how humans engaged in warfare throughout time, Dr. Emlen discovered a consistent pattern that connects all the way back to animal weaponry. The pattern is so striking that he has made it the focus of his new book, Animal Weaponry: The Evolution of Battle. By studying how humans used weapons in duels and wars, Dr. Emlen shows how the bigger and better weapons are still, predictably, victorious. Only in our time has the arena for human warfare begun to chance into a form that is no longer one-on-one duels; instead it is unpredictable, with the possible use of chemical and biological weapons. Watch the video to learn about Dr. Emlen’s journey in researching and connecting two not-so-diverse research topics: The biology of animal weaponry and military history. Background music by Wolf Asylum. American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2014 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society

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        • CAFE ENIGMA - CURSED, HEXED, HAUNTED

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          Reviewing, updating and follow up classic TV and radio shows that deal with: #TMV_CAFE, #X-FACTOR_RADIO, #Diversity Broadcasting Network, #WDBN, #abductions, #ancientpeople, #creature, #crop_circle, #crop_circles, #cryptozoology, #divination, #entertainment, #forgotten_people, #forgotten_places, #supernatural, #giants, #government,#investigation, #labyrinths, #legend, #lost_cities, #lost_cultures, #monster,#mystery, #myth, #occult, #paranormal, #conspiracy, #religion, #reptilians, #ruins, #science, #strange, #UFO, #unexplained, #unsolved, and #variety. Shows like "In Search of hosted by Leonard Nimoy", "Unsolved Mysteries", and many more will be cited for topics.

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          • Go To The Source

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            Nermin, an engineer from Jordan, talks about the value of entrepreneurs doing their own research versus simply accepting what people say. Learn more: www.gistnetwork.org

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            • Passionate

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              Daniel, a mobile game builder from Uganda, was hell-bent on being an entrepreneur and said that the pros for creating his business were more important to him than the cons others kept raising. Learn more: www.gistnetwork.org

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              • Strategize

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                Hala, a web designer from Lebanon, suggests that creating a business is like a designing a building. Entrepreneurs should first decide the number and purpose of each room before choosing each room's color. Learn more: www.gistnetwork.org

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                • Risks

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                  Alex, an agriculture entrepreneur from Kenya, says that "to change the world" entrepreneurs must take risks - but only calculated ones. Learn more: www.gistnetwork.org

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                  • Give Back

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                    Adnan, a transportation entrepreneur from Pakistan, says that based on his experience entrepreneurs can help solve social problems because of their innovative mindset. Learn more: www.gistnetwork.org

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                    • Create Impact

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                      Kenyan agricultural entrepreneur Alex believes that productivity of his business increases when he sets the goal and lets his employees decide how to get there. Learn more: www.gistnetwork.org

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