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Prof. Velvl Greene

Velvl Greene is Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at Ben Gurion University and directs the Lord Jacobovitz Center for Jewish Medical Ethics. A former Fulbright Scholar and an original participant in NASA's Exobiology program, he served as Professor of Public Health and Microbiology at the University of Minnesota for 27 years.

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Caution: Too Much Science Will Make You Religious

Before birth, a baby lives in its mother’s womb surrounded by water. It doesn’t breathe. Its lungs are collapsed, folded between the two upper chambers of the heart. There’s a hole in its heart so the blood circulates. And there’s a tube connecting the aorta to the pulmonary artery. Within...

Shooting for the Stars - A Down-to-Earth Lesson from Space Exploration

The expansion of our knowledge of space is broadening our horizons. The possibility of satellite probes now goes beyond the planets, as we set our sights on inter-stellar exploration. Parallels can be drawn between the problems facing space explorers in the future, to our current situation here on planet earth....

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