Has DNA testing proved that ThomasJefferson fathered at least one child with one of his slaves, Sally Hemings
Viewpoint: Yes, the genetic and historical evidence strongly suggest that Thomas Jefferson fathered at least one child with Sally Hemings.
Viewpoint: Yes, statistical sampling offers a more accurate method—at much lower cost—for determining population than does physical enumeration.
Viewpoint: Yes, reform-based calculus provides students with a better grasp of the real-world applications and context of mathematical principles, and it also increases the participation of student populations that have been underserved by traditional teaching methods.
Viewpoint: Yes, recent scientific studies suggest that we are born with at least some mathematical ability already "hardwired" into our brains.
Viewpoint: Yes, while it's true that data encryption protects and furthers important civil liberties, it also poses a threat to public safety.
Viewpoint: Yes, the evidence is clear that significant concentrations of fluoride in drinking water cause harm to humans.
Should xenotransplants from pigs raised at so-called organ farms be prohibited because such organs could transmit pig viruses to patients—and perhaps into the general population
Viewpoint: Yes, xenotransplants from pigs should be prohibited because the risks of transmitting pig viruses to patients and the general population are too great.
Viewpoint: Yes, because of the potential physical dangers and the profound ethical dilemmas it poses, the cloning of human beings should be prohibited.
Historic Dispute : Did syphilis originate in the New World, from which it was brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus and his crew
Viewpoint: Yes, syphilis originated in the New World and was brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus's crew.
Viewpoint: Yes, research in the area of high-energy physics has already led to numerous advances that have provided great public benefit, and the search for the ultimate building blocks of the universe is a fundamental part of human nature and an expression of human civilization.
Viewpoint: Yes, the Japanese-U.S. research team called the Super-Kamiokande Collaboration announced experiment results in 1998 that proved that neutrinos do indeed have mass.
Viewpoint: Yes, hidden variables are necessary to explain the contradictions and paradoxes inherent in quantum theory.
Viewpoint: Yes, the experiments of Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons offered legitimate proof that cold fusion exists, and subsequent efforts by other scientists have supported their claim.
Viewpoint: Yes, early scientists believed that what appeared to be movement around Earth by the Sun and other entities was, in fact, just that.