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Archbishop Desmond Tutu Calls For ‘End Of Fossil Fuels Era’

Leading climate scientists call on religious leaders to help save the environment

Two of the world’s leading scientists have made an unprecedented call on religious leaders to spark a “massive mobilisation of public opinion”, insisting that only through God can we save…

How your brain actually makes decisions while you sleep

The Washington Post: The idea that during sleep our minds shut down from the outside world is ancient and one that is still deeply anchored in our view of sleep…

Scientists Say They’ve Created A Freaky New Form Of Light

Source: The Huffington Post By David Freeman It’s easy to shine light through a crystal, but researchers at Princeton University are turning light into crystals–essentially creating “solid light.” “It’s something…

Space tourism firm offers flight around the moon

Source: RT US space tourism firm Space Adventures is offering a spaceflight around the moon to private tourists on “proven” Russian Soyuz spacecraft – saying that the sponsors will not…

For a long life, have faith

Religious faith remains by far the best predictor of a long and healthy life. Source: The Telegraph By James LeFanu It is encouraging for those reluctant or unable to engage…

Activating single gene could extend human lifespan by 30% – scientists

RT: In an experiment on fruit flies, UCLA biologists activated just one gene, AMPK, which extended their lifespan by nearly a third, by helping them to get rid of “cellular…

Yes, religion and science can actually work together for humanity

Religion, it appears, isn’t helping science. That’s the findings of new research by Princeton economist Roland Benabou and his two co-workers, which found that countries with a higher number of…

Princeton Study: Science and religion are not only incompatible…….

Study: Science and religion are not only incompatible, religious areas being left behind Science and religion just don’t co-exist, according to a recent study by economists at Princeton University. “Places…

The Islamic Roots Of Science Fiction

You probably already knew that Islam was having a scientific golden age during Europe’s middle ages, and making tons of scientific and medical discoveries. (Which is why we use words…

Tales of the Dead …….

National Geographic: Tales of the Dead Come Back: How Modern Medicine Is Reinventing Death They can fly through walls or circle the planets, turn into pure light or meet long-dead…

Epilepsy cure breakthrough

Gene study makes epilepsy cure breakthrough Source: ABC News For decades researchers have been trying to pinpoint the genetic causes of epilepsy. Now a study involving 8,000 patients world-wide has…

Study: Muslim Hijab Linked To Less Negative Body Image Among Women

Source: Science 20 Though to Western women, Muslim women in the Mid-East and Asia seem oppressed because they have no choice in wearing a hijab, the Islamic head- and body-cover…

Brain ‘can be trained to prefer healthy food’

The brain can be trained to prefer healthy food over unhealthy high-calorie foods, using a diet which does not leave people hungry, suggests a study from the US. Scientists from…

Waiting for things makes us happier

Studies show that waiting for things makes us happier According to new studies published in the journal Psychological Science, the secret to happiness is waiting for the thing or item…

Science of languages, the fingerprint of God

News24: It is said that there are 6909 different languages including dialects. Apparently over 2000 of these languages are spoken by less than 1000 people. Hundreds of languages are disappearing…

China plans to oust Microsoft, Apple and Android with own software

Source: Guardian UK China is planning its own desktop and mobile software to oust imported rivals from Microsoft, Apple and Google. The unnamed desktop version is due for release in…

The Danger in Losing Sight of Ebola Victims’ Humanity

Source: The Atlantic   In early April, as the first reports of Ebola began to emerge from Western Guinea, I was invited to attend the first meeting of the Kono…

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