Moore’s law basically states that the capabilities of our technology will double every 18 months. But what does this mean for humanity? Where will we go and how has it impacted society?
Aron Wall has always been interested in two things: the nature of the universe, and the nature of God. Do the building blocks of the universe indicate a Builder? In this interview Wall says they do.
You may have heard of various guns and rifles, and "used" them in various games, but do you know what are the REAL differences between them, and how each is developed? Learn about practical history of modern firearms, from pistols to assault rifles here.
Evolutionist keep claiming that their concepts have nothing to do with faith and yet, they have a passion for there beliefs to the point that it comes across as a religion to some one like myself who does have faith...faith that they are wrong!
Take a close look at the horrifying history of conventional medicine's exploitation of African-Americans for cruel medical experiments. The Antelope Valley News reported the early radiation experiments conducted in 1927 on Black children at Lyles Station, Indiana. Judge Sam Steinfield's dissent in...
NASA (Never A Straight Answer). Find out why NASA has such a notorious reputation here through witness testimony, documented evidence of anomalies, proof of airbrushed lunar images and more...
Baby Fae should not have been given the heart of a baboon. Lucy Shelton of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals accused doctors who transplanted the heart of a primate into the dying newborn of “medical sensationalism at the expense of Baby Fae, her family and the baboon” (1). A...
Definition-, process-, pros and cons of Genetically Modified Crops (GMOs)
This is not to say that political conservatives have a lower IQ, it is that people with lower IQ's tend toward political conservatism. And for the record, I am a moderate independent myself.
Some approve of the practice of animal organ transplantation and see it as a great way to reduce the lengthy waiting process often required by transplant patients. On the other hand, others see the wait for xenotransplantation to be perfected, let alone approved, as needlessly lengthy as well.