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"I thank God for Bro. Eli"

Worldwide Bible Exposition isinagawa kasabay ng pagdiriwang ng 34th anniversary ng Ang Dating Daan

Hubble spies the ghostly remains of a galactic horror show in space

Space can be a spooky place, if you know where to look.<p>In the image above,<p>NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures the ghostly remains of a galactic horror show that occurred billions of light years away in a group of galaxies known as Pandora's Cluster.<p>The eerie blue light that bathes this …

Portraits of Birds Bursting with Personality

As a child photographer, Leila Jeffreys was taught to take in wounded animals, particularly birds, and nurse them back to a healthy state. It was …

The first space photographers

Snapping photos in space wasn’t always so easy. Stephen Dowling discovers how the first astronauts battled radiation and more to take stunning cosmic images.<p>Anyone who learned to take photographs back in the days of film will remember how frustrating it could be. Quite apart from the trickiness of …

Apollo Missions

Radyo La Verdad

Kahapon, inaresto na ng NBI ang customs broker na si Mark Taguba at inilipat ito sa detention cell ng NBI. Dating nasa kustodiya ng senado si Taguba …

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My Way - Eddie Peregrina

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Why Is Power Consumption For Gadgets Dropping At Home?

A new report from the Consumer Electronics Association and Fraunhofer USA asserts that the power consumed by home electronics declined from 12% between 2013 and 2010 in the U.S. It’s a positive result, especially when you add in that the number of devices climbed from 2.9 billion to 3.8 billion …