Which saints developed what is known as the 'Just War Theory'?
What job did Einstein when he developed the Theory of Relativity?
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Who is St. Patrick and why does he get a special day?
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What contribution to atomic theory was made by Geiger and Marsden in their gold foil experiment?
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Can life be developed from silicon on another planet?
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What is the mechanism for change in Charles Darwin's theory of evolution?
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Who is the kicker for the saints?
It was Martin Gramatica, but just recently the Saints signed John Carney. He was on the Saints a while ago, but we got him from the NY Giants. He is probably most known from the River City Musical, a fantastic play by the Saints with 7 seconds left, down 20-13, to the Jags. The Saints scored a miraculous touchdown, but Carney missed the extra point. Now it's Garrett Hartley, who just made a overtime 40-yard field goal to lift the Saints to Super Bowl XLIV.
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What is the quantum theory used for?
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Are greenhouse gases just a theory?
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What is Halloween celebrated for?
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Is a theory a hypothesis that has been proven true?
A theory is not just a hypothesis that has been proven true. 1) A hypothesis in science is merely a conjecture put forth to provide a basis for further debate and to conceive research and experiments. It is a working guess, not an untested theory. 2) A theory is a comprehensive set of explanations for known phenomena. It must make testable predictions that can be confirmed or reputed. 3) When you make explanations without testable predictions, it is called philosophy. To sneer "That is just a theory" is to misunderstand just how much effort goes into producing a testable theory. So the answer is No.
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Who developed the main ideas cell theory?
The cell theory was first developed by Robert Hooke. I'm pretty sure he got this theory by just stumbling on the idea. He was examining a piece of cork in some kind of early version of the telescope he had invented. and looking through it he discovered little holes or room-like spaces which he became fascinated by and called cellulae. Then he began testing things like hair, his blood and small particles of plants and other organisms. That is where the whole cell theory began. Hopefully this helps if not, then oops.