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questions about science in relation to Judaism

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Ralbag (Gersonidies) has the earliest known use of a proof by mathematical induction in his mathematical work Maase Hoshev (1321 CE). Source: Rabinovich, N. L. (1970). Rabbi Levi Ben Gershon and th …
answered Dec 18 '12 by Double AA
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There is no special Talmudic dispensation regarding oats. The Mishna lists a grain called שבולת שועל as able to become Chametz. Most Rishonim don't identify that grain with what we call oats. Some Ri …
answered Apr 4 '18 by Double AA
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See our discussion and the sources brought here where it is shown that the pikuach nefesh of reviving a dead person is different than that of saving a live person in that it only overrides Torah comma …
answered Jul 20 '12 by Double AA
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This answer is going to need some background knowledge of bittul (nullification). This will be very much oversimplified, but enough for our purposes, I think. Two Types of Bittul Min BeMino - a mixt …
answered Feb 15 '12 by Double AA