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Man Survives Jonah Encounter with Whale
When fisherman Michael Packard dove into the ocean to check on his lobster traps, he found something bigger than one of the live crustaceans he was hunting. ...
Woman Survives Turtle Strike Through Windshield
A 71-year-old woman was hospitalized with injuries to her head after her car’s windshield was destroyed by a hard, blunt projectile while she was ...
COVID-19 Held A Mirror to Christian Churches
The December 20, 2020 issue of The New Yorker harshly criticized the numerous Christian churches that don’t take the pandemic seriously and refuse ...
Japanese Train Safety Improved by Learned Reflex
The workers on Japan’s rail system repeatedly call out to no one and point to seemingly nothing. A train driver checking his speed, for example, ...
The Safest Person on Earth
In October of 2019, Bert terHart boarded a 40’ ocean fairing sailboat and set sail from Victoria, BC. His objective was to become the first North ...
Visitors Cited for Boiling Chicken in Yellowstone Hot Spring
When a group of friends and families decided to hike to Shoshone Geyser Basin in Yellowstone, they tried to come prepared for the unexpected. But what ...
Trucker Guides Couple Through Severe Rain Storm
In a post on Facebook, Emily Clarke wrote that she and her husband “encountered one of the most severe storms” while driving through North ...
What Wearing A Mask During Pandemic Says to Others
During his daily press briefing on May 12, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo tried to influence more New Yorkers to wear a mask in public, in order ...
The Theater Is on Fire
In a sermon, the Reverend Ethan Magness quoted the Danish philosopher Kierkegaard who told this parable:
A crowded theater hosted a variety show, with ...
Top Ten Stressors for Gen Z
According to a 2019 American Psychological Association survey, these are the top ten stressors for Gen Z (roughly age 18-22):
Money -- 78 percent
Health Issues -- 65%