About Rehan Zaidi

Rehan Zaidi focuses on the integration of Western and Eastern Medicine. A graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University, he studied Naturopathic Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Committed to continuing education, he has further pursued training in constitutional homeopathy, Chinese medicine, complementary care for cancer patients, and mind-body medicine. Dr. Rehan spent most of 2010 and 2011 in the Far East specializing in ancient Chinese energy arts at the feet of traditional healers. He continues to travel there regularly to further develop his skills.

Protein Discovered Inside a Meteorite.

2021-02-03T19:05:25+02:00

Protein discovered inside a meteorite by Bob Yirka , Phys.org Model of the 2320 hemolithin molecule after MMFF energy minimization. Top: in space-filling mode; Center: ball and stick; Bottom: enlarged view of iron, oxygen and lithium termination. White = H; orange = Li; grey = C; blue = N; red = O and green = [...]

Protein Discovered Inside a Meteorite.2021-02-03T19:05:25+02:00

Pam Reynolds Near Death Experience.

2021-02-03T19:00:05+02:00

Pam Reynolds Near Death Experience   ©G.M. Woerlee, 2005–2021   Pam Reynolds near death experience is considered by many to be proof of the reality of the survival of consciousness after death, and of a life after death. This is a near death experience report which has gained enormous international popularity since its first publication [...]

Pam Reynolds Near Death Experience.2021-02-03T19:00:05+02:00

The Design Inference from Specified Complexity Defended by Scholars Outside the Intelligent Design Movement: A Critical Review.

2021-02-03T18:48:04+02:00

The Design Inference from Specified Complexity Defended by Scholars Outside the Intelligent Design Movement A Critical Review   by Peter S. Williams (MA, MPhil) Southampton, England The quality of a scientific approach or opinion depends on the strength of its factual premises and on the depth and consistency of its reasoning, not on its appearance [...]

The Design Inference from Specified Complexity Defended by Scholars Outside the Intelligent Design Movement: A Critical Review.2021-02-03T18:48:04+02:00

A Rough Guide to Creation and Evolution.

2021-02-03T18:13:06+02:00

A Rough Guide to Creation & Evolution   A Rough Guide to Creation & Evolution Peter S. Williams (MA, MPhil) Whether or not there is an objective purpose to life obviously depends upon whether or not life was created for a purpose. You can't get purpose without a purposer. It's impossible to entertain the question [...]

A Rough Guide to Creation and Evolution.2021-02-03T18:13:06+02:00

William Lane Craig vs Peter Slezak (4 of 10).

2021-02-03T17:56:13+02:00

William Lane Craig vs Peter Slezak (4 of 10).   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_gjJ5P7k_o   William Lane Craig vs. Peter Slezak. "Atheism vs. Christianity"   The largest audience in recent memory crowded into the elegant Town Hall in Sydney, Australia, for a rare chance to hear this debate with the eminent Australian philosopher Peter Slezak on the [...]

William Lane Craig vs Peter Slezak (4 of 10).2021-02-03T17:56:13+02:00

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences.

2021-02-11T18:43:13+02:00

The unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences. Richard courant lecture in mathematical sciences delivered at New York University, May 11, 1959 Eugene P. Wigner First published: February 1960 Link collected : https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/cpa.3160130102

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences.2021-02-11T18:43:13+02:00

Why Are There So Many Bible Translations, and Which Is the Best?

2021-02-03T17:40:04+02:00

Why are there so many Bible translations, and which is the best?   Question: "Why are there so many Bible translations, and which is the best?" Answer: The fact that there are so many English Bible translations is both a blessing and a problem. It is a blessing in that the Word of God is available [...]

Why Are There So Many Bible Translations, and Which Is the Best?2021-02-03T17:40:04+02:00

Which Bible Translation Is Best? All the Good Ones.

2021-02-03T17:27:11+02:00

Which Bible Translation Is Best? All the Good Ones. Mark Ward 8 min read May 4, 2016 I am on a mission to end Bible Translation Tribalism. If you don’t know what I mean by “Translation Tribalism,” see if any of these tribal stereotypes (some borrowed from another blogger) ring true for you: The NIV 2011 is [...]

Which Bible Translation Is Best? All the Good Ones.2021-02-03T17:27:11+02:00

Growth and Division in a Dynamic Protocell Model.

2021-02-02T19:16:38+02:00

Growth and Division in a Dynamic Protocell Model   1 Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, v. Campi 213a, 41125 Modena, Italy 2 Department of Environmental Sciences (DAIS), University Ca' Foscari, Ca' Minich, S. Marco 2940, 30124 Venice, Italy 3 Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication, University of Milan-Bicocca, [...]

Growth and Division in a Dynamic Protocell Model.2021-02-02T19:16:38+02:00

The Grace of God’ as Evidence for a Written Uthmanic Archetype: The Importance of Shared Orthographic Idiosyncrasies.

2021-02-02T19:04:08+02:00

“The Grace of God” as evidence for a written Uthmanic archetype: the importance of shared orthographic idiosyncrasies Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 June 2019 Abstract This paper takes a novel approach to the question of when and how the text of the Quran was codified into its present form, usually referred to as the [...]

The Grace of God’ as Evidence for a Written Uthmanic Archetype: The Importance of Shared Orthographic Idiosyncrasies.2021-02-02T19:04:08+02:00
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