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'''Emotion''' is the expression of inner feelings in a living creature. Emotions are the irrational counter to the left side brain, but are usually more powerful. The [[Theory of Evolution]] has no explanation for the range of human emotions, as even [[Charles Darwin]] admitted.
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'''Emotion''' is the expression of inner feelings in a living creature. Emotions are the irrational counter to the left side of the brain, but are usually more powerful. The [[Theory of Evolution]] has no explanation for the wide range of human emotions, as even [[Charles Darwin]] admitted.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:55, 28 July 2009

Emotion is the expression of inner feelings in a living creature. Emotions are the irrational counter to the left side of the brain, but are usually more powerful. The Theory of Evolution has no explanation for the wide range of human emotions, as even Charles Darwin admitted.