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Power for Living

• <b>Author:</b> T.D. Jakes<p><b>You have the power to live a victorious life!</b><p>Every believer is equipped with Power for Living because of the anointing of the Holy Spirit.<p>The question is: Will believers make themselves available to receive that power?<p>You are capable of achieving more than you ever imagined.<p>You …

Make Love, Make War

• <b>Author:</b> Brian Doerksen<p>Worship elevates us into God's presence, renews our spirits, and expresses our deepest love for our Savior. Yet worship can also be a call to arms, a battle cry, a salvo in an ancient spiritual struggle.<p>Acclaimed songwriter Brian Doerksen believes that God is calling us to …

7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness

• <b>Author:</b> Jim Rohn<p><b>Unlock the Fountain of Prosperity Inside You!</b><br>“I truly believe Jim Rohn is an extraordinary human being whose philosophy can enhance the quality of life for anyone.”<b><br>—Anthony Robbins</b><br>“Few men are endowed with Jim Rohn’s ability to motivate and effect changes in other human beings.”<b><br>—Tom</b> …

The Shack: Reflections for Every Day of the Year

• <b>Author:</b> Wm. Paul Young<p>The powerful story found in THE SHACK stole the hearts of millions and rocketed to fame by word of mouth, making it a phenomenon in publishing history. Now, THE SHACK: REFLECTIONS FOR EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR provides an opportunity for you to return to the shack with Papa, …

A Perfect Volcanic Island and Plume

On May 31, just before 9:00 a.m. local time, the International Space Station was passing over the small island of Gaua in the south Pacific. Well,</i> …

The Gargle Blasters - Uncertainty

The Wall Street Journal Does it Again: Global Warming Article Draws Wrong Conclusion

If you’ve read my blog for any amount of time, you know I am no fan of the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> op-ed section. In fact, I think it’s simply awful: They …

Astrophoto: Incredibly thin crescent moon in record-breaking shot.

The picture above is likely the newest new Moon you’ll see: The crescent above is actually a record-breaker; the thinnest crescent Moon ever …

Aphelion: The Earth Reached the Top of Its Orbit Today

At about 15:00 UTC today, July 5, 2013 (11:00 a.m. EDT), the Earth reached aphelion, the point in its orbit when it’s farthest from the Sun. At that …

Microsoft handed the NSA access to encrypted messages

Microsoft has collaborated closely with US intelligence services to allow users' communications to be intercepted, including helping the National …

New Jersey now requires search warrants for cellphone location data

For all the worries about sweeping US surveillance programs, Americans are claiming at least a few victories in the fight for privacy. Just look to New Jersey's Supreme Court for an example -- it has ruled that police need search warrants to obtain tracking information from cellular carriers. …

Star

Latest<p>'Dungeons & Dragons' Issues a Partial Recall of New Book Due to Damaged Covers<p>Dungeons and Dragons 05/18/2018 01:32 pm<p>Dungeons and …

Tyler The Creator Creates Mountain Dew Spot Starring His Goat Alter Ego

Some new kind of level has been achieved in soft drink marketing with this Mountain Dew spot, directed by Tyler the Creator.<p>The Odd Future …

Mountain Dew

Gold May Form When Neutron Stars Collide

Gold has fascinated people for thousands of years. For good reason – it’s beautiful, malleable and very, very rare. Why is gold so rare? Well, it might be because it’s only created when two neutron stars collide.<p>That, at least, is the conclusion of astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center For …

Does absence make the heart grow fonder? Study says yes

A new study finds truth in age-old adage, suggesting that individuals in long distance relationships experience more intimacy with their significant others than those who are together daily.<p>It's long been taught by the book of love, but now scientists suggest that absence truly does make the heart …

Grisly Egyptian mummy mysteries unraveled

Mummy myths and modern science battle it out in today's studies of the ancient dead of the Kingdom on the Nile.<p>Mummies and myths go together, with a touch of ghoulish fascination with ancient tombs for added interest, but modern science is shedding a little light on some of our more musty ideas …

After 69 years, 'pitch drop' experiment finally caught on video

In 1927, a researcher at the University of Queensland in Australia began what's widely recognized as the longest-running experiment ever, the so-called "pitch drop." It's a simple set up: fill a flask with tar pitch and let it ooze out the bottom to see how quickly it flows, and eventually it makes …

Kite Patch makes you invisible to mosquitoes

Aside from tick-slaying robots, what we all need for summer is mosquito-slaying robots.<p>That could happen in the future, but for now there's Kite Patch, a square you stick on your clothing to make you practically invisible to mosquitoes for up to 48 hours.<p>The patch uses non-toxic compounds that …

Microsoft’s 11th Imagine Cup Student Software Competition Kicks Off In Russia With More Than $1M In Prizes On The Line

Every year for the last 11 years, Microsoft has organized Imagine Cup, one of the world’s largest technology competitions for students. This year, more than 25,000 students participated in the preliminary rounds in their respective countries, and the worldwide finals are happening in St. …

The Internet’s greatest disruptive innovation: Inequality

<b>(Salon/Benjamin Wheelock)</b><p>The logical consequences of Silicon Valley capitalism: Social stratification and class antagonism<p>Andrew Leonard<p>July 19, 2013 11:45am (UTC)<p>Call it the Silicon Valley Manifesto. On July 4, NPR quoted Sarah Lacy, the editor in chief of the tech news publication PandoDaily, …

Paris From Above

Last Sunday, France celebrated Bastille Day, commemorating the start of the French Revolution in 1789 -- the end of monarchy and the beginning of modern France. Reuters photographers Charles Platiau and Gonzalo Fuentes took to the skies above Paris for the occasion, capturing images of the capital …