Search Results "Torah & Science"
Questions and Answers about Noah and the Flood
Is there any scientific evidence of Noah's flood? How were millions of species able to enter the ark? And what did they eat for a whole year? All the answers you wanted to know
Geography of the Earth
The scientific discovery that the world is continuously expanding, is seemingly a proof that there was a creation. How did the world come into existence? Rabbi Gottlieb expounds on this essential topic in depth.
Five Simple Steps to Figure Out Which Religion is True
Every person wherever he is in the world can figure out the truth. One doesn’t even have to work too hard to figure it out. This article will teach you how
Research Proves the Immortality of the Soul
In the past few decades, scientific research has also proven to disbelievers that man’s “I” is his spiritual essence — backing our belief in the immortality of the soul
Seeing Inside Opaque Objects
The Talmud states that the Jewish people used the light from the clouds to examine internal bodily organs; a precursor to modern imaging techniques that allow us to view inflammations and diseases within the human body.This is remarkably similar to our own use of X-rays, ultrasound, CT scans and MRI imaging techniques, so familiar to us today
Mystery: Rock-Eating Worm Discovered - Is it the Shamir Worm from the Holy Temple?
Researchers have discovered a new type of shipworm in the Philippines that eats rock through burrowing. There are those that compare the worm to the Shamir worm that was used for building the Holy Temple - What does Rabbi Zamir Cohen have to say about the matter?
Is the World Round or Flat? Depends Who You Ask
While the rest of the world firmly believed that the world is flat, the Sages of the Torah had the cold, hard facts
The Fetus Sees and Feels - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
The Sages had an oral tradition that a fetus has a special sense and knowledge of the world around it. Based upon this, perhaps we can say that sharp fetal movements, reoccurring whenever the mother passes by a certain place, actually tell us something about the nature of the fetus itself
Judaism and Science - Conflict or Harmony?
The Torah is not a book of nature. But it is a book of what happens behind nature. Behind the physical world of the “what” are reasons of the “why”, the underlying spiritual reality of things
Genetics and the Bible - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Is it possible that the two most revolutionary laws in genetics discovered in recent generations – Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance and the Law of Heterosis – appear in the Torah, given more than 3300 years ago?
Do G-d and Science Conflict? Watch
Can G-d and science coexist? Ollie Anisfeld elaborates. Brought to you by J-TV
Do Trees have Feelings?
How did the teachers of the Torah know about a secret of nature that was only discovered recently by means of complex electronic devices?
Science Discovers the Truths of the Torah
How did our Sages know scientific truths long before they were discovered through the use of modern technology?
The Ideal Amount of Sleep - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
What goes on when we sleep? Is it just a matter of letting our body rest? Prof. Robert Stickgold: "During an eight hour night, there are two main critical stages during which the brain undergoes both physical and chemical changes". What do our Sages say?
Did the Ancient Hebrews have X-Ray Vision?
According to the Talmud, the Cloud of Glory emitted a type of light that allowed them to see through opaque objects: “A person could look at a pitcher or barrel and see what was inside it”
Take Your Time - Don’t Stress
The sudden shift from a restful state to an active state, may pose as a threat to our physical health, and in some instances, may even be fatal
Watch: Science Exposes more Wonders of Creation
Sophisticated and hypnotic experiments that will amaze you and inspire you to thank G-d for the remarkable world we live in. Gone viral
Watch: Incredible Discovery about Drops of Water
A fascinating study conducted in Stuttgart Germany, reveals that every drop of water has its own unique 'face'. This study illustrates what is written in Torah sources concerning rain: "There is no (rain) drop that touches another". See amazing documentation