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Spontaneous generation is the belief that life can be formed from nonliving things, whereas biogenesis is the creation of life from other living things. Several experiments have proved that spontaneous generation is an i... More »

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Some differences between the Baby Boomers and Generation X are Gen Xers command only half the market share that Baby Boomers do as of 2015 and Generation X is very philanthropic compared to the Boomers' work-centric atti... More »

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The Saturn SL2 is a step up from the Saturn SL1 and provides slight differences in styling and the exterior of the car, but its most prominent feature is its dual-cam engine. The SL2 also provided a more modern interior ... More »

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The first person to propose the theory of spontaneous generation, that life arose from non-life, was Anaximander, a Greek philosopher who lived between 610 to 546 B.C. This idea was propagated by Aristotle, and through A... More »

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The divine creation theory, or Creationism, is the belief that a divine being is responsible for the creation of life from nothing. There are several religions that are generally considered Creationist, but many modern b... More »

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Living things are organisms that display the key characteristics of life. These characteristics include the ability to grow, reproduce, take in and use energy, excrete waste, respond to the environment, and possess an or... More »

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Living things have the following six characteristics that define life: they are made of cells, they use energy, they grow, they reproduce, they respond to their environment and they self-regulate. A seventh characteristi... More »

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