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"Pictures: "Extinct" Monkeys With Sideburns Found in Borneo".

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/01/pictures/120120-grizzled-langurs-discovery-monkeys-indonesia-animals

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No less interesting is the discovery and scientific justification for intermediates forms in the evolution theory of Charles Darwin. These intermediates forms have been found, but information about this has not been published.
In addition, there is a scientific theory that explains the origin of life on planet Earth. This theory is most corresponds to modern scientific knowledge in many fields (branches) of science, but it this a scientific theory also has not been published.

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January 27, 2012 @ 5:53 AM


English:
No less interesting is the discovery and scientific justification for intermediates forms in the evolution theory of Charles Darwin. These intermediates forms have been found, but information about this has not been published.
In addition, there is a scientific theory that explains the origin of life on planet Earth. This theory is most corresponds to modern scientific knowledge in many fields (branches) of science, but it this a scientific theory also has not been published.

This new scientific theory can not only to confirm the opinion of many researchers, but also this scientific theory can be used scientifically to substantiate the ancient texts of many religions.

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February 19, 2012 @ 5:15 AM

 

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