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  1. Portal:Science and Technology (590 bytes)
    1: ...is a portal page for the subject area surrounding science and technology. It is a place for users to better...
    5: *[[:Category:Science and Technology]] - which is a sister page to this...
  2. Argument: Creationism is science (295 bytes)
    7: ...nce-Testable-evolution/dp/1576835782 "Creation As Science: A Testable Model Approach to End the Creation/ev...
  3. Argument: Creationism is not science (210 bytes)
  4. Argument: "Proof" of climate change is an impossible standard in science (826 bytes)
    4: ...in science, that is a property of mathematics. In science, one must look at the balance of evidence and for...
  5. Argument: Teaching creationism as science is dangerous to science and reason (6,400 bytes)
    7: ...ng that their theories are included in the school science syllabus. Creationism cannot, however, lay claim ...
    10: ...tions, beliefs and ideals and what has to do with science, and of the advent of an “all things are equal...
    12: ...sisted that science is of fundamental importance. Science has made possible considerable improvements in li...
    15: ...virulence on human rights. The total rejection of science is definitely one of the most serious threats to ...
    17: ... Pope John-Paul II, today praises the role of the sciences in the evolution of humanity and recognises that...
  6. Argument: Creationism should not be taught because it is not science (2,631 bytes)
    7: ... and its contents are pathetically inadequate for science classes.
    11: ...nti-Defamation League. Retrieved 1.4.07] - "May a science teacher who teaches evolution also teach the reli...
    13: ... that humankind was created by a divine being. In science classes, educators must present only scientific e...
    21: ...en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intelligent_design#Defining_science Wikipedia]
    23: ...e addressed the seminal question of whether ID is science. We have concluded that it is not, and moreover t...
  7. Argument: Public opinion is unimportant to whether creationism belongs in science classes (1,118 bytes)
    5: ...edom/create/creationism_QA.asp#4 "Religion in the Science Class? Why Creationism and Intelligent Design Don...
    7: ...ll on the evidence, and there are few theories in science that are more robust than the theory of evolution...
  8. Argument: Animals are equal to humans in science as lifeforms on Earth (4,879 bytes)
    6: ...s is no fantasy, this is fact, proven by our best science."
    28: ...s, then we’d have a better understanding of why science categorizes us as part of the animal kingdom. But...
    32: ...ere are “lower” and “higher" forms of life. Science delineated and assigned these different levels an...
  9. Argument: Animal rights promotes the true science of humans and animals as kin (873 bytes)
    6: ...s is no fantasy, this is fact, proven by our best science.
  10. Argument: Animal testing may benefit human science, but costs human morals (4,845 bytes)
  11. Argument: Evolutionary science debunks the idea of human dominion over animals (1,377 bytes)
    7: ...an journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences will publish an article arguing, on strictly sci...
  12. Argument: Space exploration inspires children to study science (an investment) (1,051 bytes)
    4: ...advertising campaign imaginable for kids studying science! Learn your maths, we say with every rocket we la...
  13. Argument: Religion explains origin of universe; science cannot (1,659 bytes)
    5: Science tells us that all the matter in the known univers...
    21: Given that both science and religion are products of the same authors, th...
  14. Debate: Should literature be valued more than science? (2,611 bytes)
  15. Debate: Value of science (4,675 bytes)
    4: ===What is the value of science?===
    20: ===What is the philosophical basis of science?===
    32: ===Is science shaped by social forces? Or is our society shaped...
    37: *'''Technological advancement due to science has enhanced connectivity.''' Ever since the inve...
    45: ===What are the economic implication of science?===
  16. Debate: Advances in science present a threat (13,098 bytes)
    4: ===This House believes that advances in science present a threat===
    25: ===Moral hazard: Do advances in science corrode moral pillars of our society?===
    30: ...widely available all around the world. Therefore, science has enabled us to become even less ''human'', bec...
    32: ...pread of procrastination.''' Overall, advances in science help to spread procrastination. The popularity of...
    34: ...'The rise of cheating and swindle.''' Advances in science made swindling and cheating much easier. Copying ...
  17. Debate: Is psychology a science? (2,446 bytes)
    4: ===Is Psychology a real science?===
    112: [[Category:Science]]

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  1. Welcome to Debatepedia! (12,636 bytes)
    83: *'''[[:Category:Science| Science]] | [[:Category:Technology| Technology]] | [[:Cat...
  2. Debate: Creationism vs Theistic Evolutionism (7,330 bytes)
    15: ...e of the Earth and the teaching of creationism in science are all hyperlinked in the related debates sectio...
    103: ...urately or not, consider Faith to be at odds with Science. If the Church swallows evolution it will be seen...
    107: ...urse, the Church is not obliged to blindly follow Science anyway, but when they attempt to do so in this ca...
    133: ...ed debates]], [[Category: Religion]], [[Category: Science]], [[Category: Christianity]]
  3. Logical argument (13,684 bytes)
    31: ...l. This kind of reduction is used in the natural sciences generally, and would be particularly helpful in ...
    77: * Henri Poincaré, ''Science and Hypothesis'', Dover Publications, 1952
  4. Actors:Carbon Emissions, Cap-and-trade versus Carbon Tax (19,162 bytes)
    49: ...ark, Bjart and Jon Hovi1 (Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, and CICERO Center for Intern...
  5. Debate: Gay adoption (26,218 bytes)
    84: ...Sex Relationships in the United States : A social science perspective." American Psychologist. 2006] "The ...
    100: ... is there as much consensus in any area of social science as in the case of gay parenting, which is why the...
  6. Debate: Alcohol ban (11,218 bytes)
    144: ... advertising and sales along highways". Christian Science Monitor. February 19, 2008]
  7. Debate: Anarchism (45,551 bytes)
    70: ... population could be fed. All advances in art and science have been made possible by a state that brings pe...
  8. Debate: Animal testing (85,631 bytes)
    1: ... dominion over animals, killing animals, hunting, science, research" metad="Animal testing or animal resear...
    12: ...y Animal Research of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences arguing that even sophisticated computers are un...
    45: ...idea of human dominion over animals| Evolutionary science debunks the idea of human dominion over animals]]...
    48: ...NIMAL RIGHTS The other animals humans eat, use in science, hunt, trap, and exploit in a variety of ways, ha...
    162: ...s is no fantasy, this is fact, proven by our best science."
  9. Debate: Abolition of art subsidies (12,718 bytes)
    140: ....html White Paper on Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology (South Africa)]
  10. Debate: Legalization of Marijuana (59,793 bytes)
    40: ...ws.com/news/22/thread22934.shtml James Randerson, Science Correspondent. "Cannabis Chemical Curbs Psychotic...
  11. Debate: Death penalty (106,184 bytes)
    223: ...zed punishment]]''' [http://www.leaderu.com/socialsciences/colson-dignity.html Charles Colson. "Preserving ...
    281: ...s fail to reach the demanding standards of social science to make such strong claims, standards such as rep...
    524: *[http://www.leaderu.com/socialsciences/colson-dignity.html Charles Colson, Founder of t...
  12. Debate: Pre-selecting sex of children (23,104 bytes)
    11: ...election, which has for so long been the stuff of science fiction. These are genetic diagnosis, in which em...
    228: ...liament.uk/post/pn198.pdf Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology]
    248: [[Category:Science]]
  13. Debate: Should classic languages (latin and ancient greek) be taught in schools? (15,000 bytes)
    31: ...nt and economies are to prosper, we must focus on science, technology and business studies. Vague notions o...
  14. Debate: Corporal punishment of children (37,374 bytes)
    184: ...nts failure to engage students]]''' The Christian Science Monitor, 1989-MAR-21: "The fundamental need of Am...
  15. Argument: War in Iraq has hugely benefited Iran in region (1,611 bytes)
    5: ...The Iraq war: still a massive mistake." Christian Science Monitor. April 5th, 2010]: "The war also upset th...
  16. Debate: Should the developing world use DDT? (11,791 bytes)
    73: Todd Seavey of the American Council on Health and Science noted: "No DDT-related human fatalities or chroni...
    85: * [http://www.junkscience.com/foxnews/fn120100.htm Fox News on DDT]
    86: ...ID.442/healthissue_detail.asp American Council on Science and Health]
  17. Debate: Democracy (16,596 bytes)
    32: ... Professor Anton Grizold (Department of Political Science - Defence Studies, University of Ljublana''.
  18. Debate: Legalization of performance-enhancing drugs in pro sports (15,142 bytes)
    130: [[Category:Science]]
  19. Debate: Ban on logging (9,632 bytes)
    56: ...ould have untold effect on forest ecosystems. The science is too new to trust in such a case. Further, if t...
  20. Debate: Gay marriage (89,659 bytes)
    82: ... marriage more than in past, because of new technoscience possibilities for transmitting life, if we believ...
    349: ...riage or not as they see fit. Their freedom of conscience is as vital as gays' freedom to be treated equall...
    432: ... for gay marriage." Newsweek. January 12, 2010]: "Science has taught us, even if history has not, that gays...

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