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a progression from a simple form to a more complex one

a calculated change in position

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a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage (especially a more advanced or mature stage)

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Others are essential to ensure that the evolution of life would take place given the requisite time.
Yet, he also emphasized three "big bangs": the initial cosmic explosion, the evolution of life, and the emergence of human mind and culture, thus stressing the preeminent value of humans and upsetting those who see no special place for humans.
Evolving Planet" illuminates time-tested as well as emerging ideas about the evolution of life with state-of-the-art exhibit tools.
Set in Amman and Irbid, it picturizes the evolution of life in both cities.
Instead of a ladder, Gould views the evolution of life as being more akin to a bush, with many branches going off in many directions, but none standing out as a "highest" point (Gould 1995).
George Dyson suggests that in the evolution of computers we can see something analogous to the evolution of life.
In browsing through various texts, I found nothing that would convey a better idea of risk management in general than the statement by the author of an article in the October 1993 issue of National Geographic that the evolution of life forms in the Cambrian period (i.
The complex ideas of geology link to physics and chemistry, to astronomy and cosmology, and to the origin and evolution of life.
The resulting "universes," in most cases, had stars lasting over a billion years - an apparently crucial prerequisite for the evolution of life.
The Church had objected to Darwin's theory of the evolution of life because it implied that God had no part in creation.
The fundamental physical constants also demonstrate fine-tuning: had the weak and strong nuclear forces, electromagnetic force, or electron charge been minutely different, conditions would have proved unsu itable for the evolution of life.
5billion years ago may have affected the evolution of life, researchers said yesterday.
The Search for Extraterrestrial Life, a UCLA Extension course that will cover such topics as the origin and evolution of life on Earth, necessary conditions for life, how many civilizations might exist in the galaxy and the SETI project, an acronym for Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
The evidence strengthens support for the idea multiple catastrophes shaped the evolution of life on Earth.
Chapters include: the history and evolution of life coaching; therapy and coaching: distinctions and similarities; getting started as a life coach; the basic life coaching model; developing and marketing your life coaching practice; and self-care for life coaches.
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