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Hmm, I Was Also Born And Educated In Moslim Country.

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Posted by Alexander on December 3, 2001 19:31:02 UTC

Called Azerbaijan. But we were taught evolution, Big Bang, etc. I remember how my 8th grade chemistry teacher (azerbaijanian and communist, by the way) was drawing s, p, d, f orbitals on the board and was telling at the same time to the class: don't think of electron as of a particle, nor as of a wave - it is mathematical OBJECT which has many properties: properties of waves, properties particles, and many OTHER properties.

Also, I remember Lenin's statement: "Electron is bottomless" (meaning that electron may be infinitely reach in "depth").

Evolution was taught in biology class as a collection of facts (human chromosomes are identical to ape chromosomes, fossile records, similarities of species, natural geographic/geologic isolation experiments, genetic experiments, genesis of embryo echoing evolution, etc).

And we were taught that it all is just a chemistry and nothing else.

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