Category Archives: Being Human

Why Earth’s History Appears So Miraculous

It was natural to think that the bombers needed more armor where (it appeared) they were taking the most bullets. But the Hungarian-born mathematician Abraham Wald, and his colleagues at the Statistical Research Group at Columbia University, had a novel, … Continue reading

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How to Fall Asleep in 2 Minutes or Less

A couple years into WWII, the U.S. military realized it had a problem on its hands. Due to the enormous pressures of aerial combat, many of its pilots were accumulating levels of stress so debilitating that they were cracking under … Continue reading

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Star’s close approach 70,000 years ago pinned to cometary orbits | More On The Way?

Astronomers now think they have pinned the orbits of about 340 comets to another star’s close approach to our solar system 70,000 years ago. “About 70,000 years ago, when the human species was already on Earth, a small reddish star … Continue reading

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Global warming on trial and the elementary error of physics that caused the global warming scare

Judge Alsup might well be moved to dismiss the plaintiffs’ case provided that the defendants were able to establish definitively that fears of global warming had been very greatly exaggerated. Two propositions: If the following two propositions were demonstrated, His … Continue reading

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If Finland Is The ‘Happiest Country In The World,’ Why Is Everyone Coming Here?

The findings generated widespread coverage, and to some on the left, the list is evidence that socialist-style government — at least of the Nordic variety — is the way to go. But despite the attention the ranking gets, it’s mostly … Continue reading

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The Public Tells Hollywood Once More: We Want Faith-Based Films

Based on the MercyMe double platinum song of the same name, the movie focuses on singer Bart Millard’s relationship with his father before the elder man passed away when Millard was just 18 years old. The movie embraces the theme … Continue reading

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China will ban people with poor ‘social credit’ from planes and trains | Punish The Opposition

Starting in May, Chinese citizens who rank low on the country’s burgeoning “social credit” system will be in danger of being banned from buying plane or train tickets for up to a year, according to statements recently released by the … Continue reading

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