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2013-10-17 23:25:27

The film will investigate whether or not faith and science can co-exist. Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 17, 2013 For generations, the question has been asked, "Can faith and science coexist?" In the upcoming documentary film, "God’s Big Bang!," FaithWords author and award-winning filmmaker Joe Amaral explores the question and searches for the answer. It's God vs. the Big Bang Theory. Who will win? "God's Big Bang!" investigates the question of...

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2010-07-11 08:00:00

Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a computer program that objectively measures player performance; the research method also could be used by companies to measure the performance of employees on project teams On a soccer field in Evanston, Ill., a passionate coach with a hint of a Portuguese accent stands on the sidelines, cheering on a team of 9-year-olds. The coach is Luís Amaral, 41, a professor at Northwestern University. One of the boys on the team is...

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2009-09-26 10:25:00

Letter writers of yore had same correspondence patterns as e-mail users today You're not as different from Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin after all, at least when it comes to patterns of correspondence. A new Northwestern University study of human behavior has determined that those who wrote letters using pen and paper -- long before electronic mail existed -- did so in a pattern similar to the way people use e-mail today. The study, published Sept. 25 by the journal Science, demonstrates...

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2008-11-20 10:02:32

In the last 10 years, e-mail has gone from a novelty to a necessity. What was once a pastime is now an essential form of communication, with many people opening their inboxes to find dozens of e-mails waiting. But how do people respond to those e-mails? Do they act rationally, responding to the most important first, making sure the process is efficient? Or do they send e-mails randomly, when they are at their computers or when they have time, without any regard to efficiency? These are...


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jument
  • A beast of burden; also, a beast in general.
'Jument' ultimately comes from the Latin 'jugum,' yoke.
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