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October 01, 2006

Neil Armstrong said 'a'

The 40+ year debate has apparently ended with speech recognition software confirming what Neil Armstrong maintained all along:High-tech detective work apparently has found the missing "a" in one of the most famous phrases ever spoken. Astronaut Neil Armstrong's first words... ... more

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July 20, 2006

The Population Crisis

No, not overpopulation, which some labeled as the most daunting challenge mankind faces. The Population Research Institute explains: The idea that the world population experienced a dramatic boom in the proportion of young people after World War II due to... ... more

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June 13, 2006

Federal Judge Dismisses Case Challenging National Motto

A California federal trial judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed by Michael Newdow challenging the constitutionality of our national motto, “In God We Trust.” Newdow is the atheist who achieved national attention in his previous unsuccessful attempt to remove the... ... more

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February 28, 2006

Henry Morris Passed Away

A great hero of the faith:Concerned Women for America (CWA) mourns the loss of a good friend, an influential Christian leader, and the founder of the modern creationist movement, Dr. Henry Morris. Dr. Morris passed away in California on Saturday,... ... more

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October 18, 2005

Doctors Decry 'Scientific Inquisition' Against Intelligent Design

Criticizing a "Scientific Inquisition" aimed at squelching debate over exclusively teaching the theory of evolution, the Christian Medical Association ( today called for fair and open consideration of the scientific merits of intelligent design theory. Dr. David Stevens, Executive... ... more

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July 11, 2005

Darwinian Evolution Incompatible with Catholic Faith

.... says Cardinal and Author of Catholic Catechism NEW YORK, July 11, 2005 ( – On July 7, after years of media-generated confusion, Christoph Cardinal Schonborn, a theologian who helped author the 1992 Catechism of the Catholic Church, wrote in... ... more

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June 13, 2005

After 2,000 Years, a Seed From Ancient Judea Sprouts

In an interesting study, a 2,000 year-old date palm seed was germinated by Israeli doctors and scientists:The seed, nicknamed Methuselah, was taken from an excavation at Masada, the cliff fortress where, in A.D. 73, 960 Jewish zealots died by their... ... more

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May 07, 2005

Paleontological Art Available on Internet - Dinosaurs Art Online

The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History has opened a Paleo Art Web page featuring years of artwork from its collections. more here... ... more

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April 27, 2005

One Plane to Rule them All - Airbus A380 Makes Historic Maiden Flight

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April 25, 2005

Exploding Toads Baffle Scientists

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January 17, 2005

Images Returned from Saturn's Mystery Moon

Eerie glimpses of Saturn's mystery moon Titan have scientists at the European Space Agency reveling in the weekend's successful landing of its Huygens probe. "I have to say I was blown away by what I saw," says ESA science director... ... more

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November 07, 2004

City Allows Creationism, Feels the Heat

The heavens declare the glory of God,and the sky proclaims the work of His hands. - Ps. 19:1 There was a time when not teaching about God and His creation would have led to an outcry. The Grantsburg, WI School... ... more

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November 04, 2004

Amazing Volcanic Eruption

A SPECTACULAR volcanic eruption beneath Iceland’s biggest glacier has spewed a column of ash and gas more than seven miles into the air, forcing airlines to divert flights to avoid the blast. At least ten transatlantic flights have been rerouted... ... more

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August 16, 2004

John the Baptist's Cave?

KIBBUTZ TZUBA, Israel (AP Article) - Archaeologists said Monday they have found a cave where they believe John the Baptist anointed many of his disciples - a huge cistern with 28 steps leading to an underground pool of water.... ... more

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July 26, 2004

Scientific Theories and Change

After 29 years of thinking about it, Stephen Hawking says he was wrong about black holes. The renowned Cambridge University physicist formally presented a paper Wednesday arguing that black holes, the celestial vortexes formed from collapsed stars, preserve traces of... ... more

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July 15, 2004

Abortion and Elections

Is it possible that Al Gore lost the 2000 election because the very people who would have voted for him were killed by abortions years ago? That’s the theory behind an article by writer Larry L. Eastland that was printed... ... more

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May 15, 2004

UFOs or Lightening?

Is this strange phenomenon lighting balls or UFOs? While UFO enthusiasts are claiming "proof" of extraterrestrial life, there is a good reason the objects were invisible and could only be picked up by an infrared camera. And that reason... ... more

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April 28, 2004

NASA successfully launches Gravity Probe B

Gravity Probe B — a NASA mission to test two important predictions of Albert Einstein's Theory of General Relativity — launched Tuesday, April 20, from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., aboard a Boeing Delta II expendable launch vehicle. The... ... more

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April 26, 2004

Forgotten Chernobyl

Eighteen years ago today, the explosion of the reactor in Chernobyl, the greatest industrial disaster in the history of humankind, released one hundred times more radiation than the atom bombs dropped over Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In addition to the reactor’s... ... more

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April 20, 2004

Gravity Probe Launch Successful

At 9:57:24 AM PDT today, the Gravity Probe B spacecraft was successfully launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in South-central California. The countdown went smoothly, and at the moment of launch, a packed auditorium here at Stanford University broke into... ... more

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April 19, 2004

Gravity Satellite Mission Delayed

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - NASA (news - web sites) postponed the launch on Monday of a $700-million satellite mission designed to test an obscure tenet of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity. Actually, the "tenet" is not so obscure... ... more

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April 09, 2004

The Certainty of Belief

In a Reuter News article about deadly asteroids, journalist Maggie Fox wrote, “Objects certainly have hit the planet. An asteroid, or several asteroids, are believed to have kicked up so much dust and set off so much volcanic activity 65... ... more

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April 02, 2004

Relativity Tested by Upcoming NASA Spacecraft

A NASA spacecraft designed to test two important predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity is set to launch April 17 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The Gravity Probe B mission will use four ultra-precise gyroscopes to test Einstein's 1916 theory that space and time are distorted by the presence of massive objects. The Marshall Center manages the Gravity Probe B program for NASA.

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