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Is The Theory Of Evolution True?- MapsofWorld.com Launches An Educational Infographic(February 04, 2013)
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
MapsofWorld.com, the leading mapping and educational content portal, has launched a new infographic about the theory of evolution. The infographic brings web users a comprehensive view of the debate centered on the theory. It also explains the takes of various religions on evolution, creationism and intelligent design. Charles Darwins role and contribution have been well explained and illustrated. Illustrations of popular polls show that despite scientific evidence many are reluctant to accept the theory of evolution.
MapsofWorlds infographic is an excellent educational resource and a useful teaching aid. The controversy in many states about teaching evolution devoid of creationism or intelligent design has also been explained by means of a timeline. Students will find a great resource to help their projects since the infographic showcases quotes about evolution from leading figures such as the Pope and the Dalai Lama.
One of the top 1000 American websites, Mapsofworld.com is a mapping and content portal and an important research aid. The site has over 25 million map downloads to its credit and has drawn over 66 million visitors till date.
About the company:
MapsofWorld.com is a multilingual portal offering high-quality maps and information across geographies and platforms. With special focus on educational content, the portal has thematic as well as interactive maps on all major platforms: Web, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android. World Atlas and World Quiz are two highly successful educational apps have been downloaded more than 175,000 times. Other services offered are custom mapping, content digitization, and the online map store.
For more information, please contact:
10 S. Third Street, Suite 310,
San Jose, CA 95113
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