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Clint Dempsey starts for Fulham following his recent return to the club on loan. Defender Dan Burn is also included. Norwich’s record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel makes his first start since October – one of eight changes for the Canaries. Norwich: Bunn; Whittaker, Martin, R Bennett, Olsson; Fox, Snodgrass, Garrido; Elmander, Josh Murphy, van Wolfswinkel.Subs: Ruddy, Hooper, Becchio, Redmond, Jacob Murphy, Hall-Johnson, Gafaiti.Fulham: Stockdale; Zverotic, Burn, Hughes, Amorebieta; David, Boateng; Kačaniklić, Dempsey, Kasami; Bent.Subs: Joronen, Riise, Vigen Christensen, Plumain, Dejagah, Rodallega, Dembele.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Michael Behe got a full-length column in the New York Times (reproduced at Discovery.com) to present the case for intelligent design. The EvolutionNews blog says it is the second most emailed article from that day’s edition, and asks, “Who says there’s no controversy?”Which side wants to air the debate? Which side wants to shut off debate? What does that tell you? Sample line from Behe’s op-ed: “Still, some critics claim that science by definition can’t accept design, while others argue that science should keep looking for another explanation in case one is out there. But we can’t settle questions about reality with definitions, nor does it seem useful to search relentlessly for a non-design explanation of Mount Rushmore….”(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Springbok wing Bryan Habana after scoring his third try in the match against USA, which drew him level with Jonah Lomu’s record of 15 World Cup tries. (Image: World Rugby via YouTube)Johannesburg, Wednesday 7 October 2015 – The Springboks have once again flown the South African flag proudly in their fourth and final Group B match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.With this successful game against the USA, the Springboks now lead the South African charge into the quarter finals of the Rugby World Cup.Congratulating the team on their outstanding success in their match against the USA, Brand South Africa’s CEO Kingsley Makhubela said, “Our team in green and gold carried the hopes of the South African nation into the Olympic Stadium in London and emerged with a splendid victory.”“Your valiant spirit and unwavering determination on the sports field embodies the resilience and tenacity of the South African nation. Your excellent teamwork highlights the way South Africans come together to achieve to do great things for our country. Brand South Africa and the South African nation salute you and wish you well in your next encounter in the quarter finals of the Rugby World Cup. We stand with you wherever we are,” concluded Mr Makhubela.
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