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Assumptions on Darwin’s tree of life & junk DNA unravel as science progresses

Staunch evolutionists have made assumptions since Darwin's day about what they believe they will discover to be true as scientific tools, methods, and research advance. However, as those advances have taken place, a lot of their evolutionary assumptions have proven to be way off the mark and, much to their chagrin, the newer discoveries tend… Continue reading Assumptions on Darwin’s tree of life & junk DNA unravel as science progresses

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Fossil record happened quickly, actually debunks millions of years

Why do people believe fossils formed over millions of years? This 28-minute video shows why and then explains why fossils actually happened very quickly.

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A discussion on the Flat Earth myth

Does the Bible teach that the Earth is flat? Was the Flat Earth myth really a predominant Christian teaching in the early church? Did Christopher Columbus expect to find a Flat Earth on his voyage in 1492? These and other topics are covered in the following broadcast of Creation Magazine Live which aired on May… Continue reading A discussion on the Flat Earth myth

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Another Facebook storm brews as leaked document shows they target teens

Targeting teens for ads based on their emotional vulnerabilities. That's what, according to Wired.com, was discovered about Facebook recently in an exposé in The Australian where the publication acquired a leaked in-house Facebook document. In the 23-page document Facebook offered an advertiser the opportunity of a lifetime with the possibility of access to over 6… Continue reading Another Facebook storm brews as leaked document shows they target teens

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Why science will never be the key to immortality

Based on what I've seen in the news in recent weeks, there continues to be a fascinating obsession with immortality. The proposed solutions put forth focus on theoretical science or pseudoscience, ranging from pharmaceuticals to manipulate DNA to various methods of transhumanism to either merge man with machine, or convert man to a machine. Such… Continue reading Why science will never be the key to immortality

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Author shocked to find US spent millions on psychic programs for decades

"Like so many Department of Defense programs, it all leads back to the Nazis." So says 2016 Pulitzer Prize history finalist author Annie Jacobsen in an interview to promote her new book "Phenomena" on the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning. The program she was referring to that was a Nazi creation is the Department… Continue reading Author shocked to find US spent millions on psychic programs for decades

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Of angels and aliens: how the Bible implies no aliens exist

"Throughout the history of theology...Christians have swung between the idea that Earth can be the only inhabited planet because God favors humans, and its counterpart, that to assume Earth is the only inhabited planet is the height of human pride because God is limitless and all-powerful." So states a recent article from the Christian ministry SkyWatch… Continue reading Of angels and aliens: how the Bible implies no aliens exist

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Mad scientists: CDC lists disturbing things in vaccines

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has a public document on its website, as highlighted by Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com, that lists some very disturbing substances found in vaccines for children as well as adults. I'm not sure who thought these things would be a good idea for use in humans, but I would surmise… Continue reading Mad scientists: CDC lists disturbing things in vaccines

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Scientists shocked to find dinosaur egg incubation like reptiles, not birds

Florida State University's Dr. Gregory Erickson working with a team of scientists from the University of Calgary and the American Museum of Natural History recently released a surprising discovery they made after examining fossilized dinosaur embryos. By determining the age of the embryos upon measuring embryonic teeth rings (which are similar to measuring tree rings to find… Continue reading Scientists shocked to find dinosaur egg incubation like reptiles, not birds

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Texas Board of Education votes to keep curriculum questioning evolution

In a vote that has liberals up in arms, the Texas Board of Education made up of 10 Republicans and 5 Democrats has voted to keep a high school biology curriculum that allows the questioning of the theory of evolution.The vote taken on Wednesday, February 1, is on a preliminary curriculum so a final vote… Continue reading Texas Board of Education votes to keep curriculum questioning evolution