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Syndrome K: The Fake Disease That Saved Lives
In the fall of 1943 German soldiers began rounding up Jews in Italy and deporting them by the thousands to concentration camps. Simultaneously a mysterious ...
Why Old Testament Laws Still Matter Today
Here's an example of how a Christian might use the Old Testament law as the basis for ethical reflection. In Deuteronomy 22:8, Moses instructs the ...
91 Percent of What We Worry About Never Happens
So, you’re trying to sleep, and it’s well after bedtime. But you’re tossing and turning and unable to get comfy. You notice you’re ...
Why Warnings Are Not Heeded
For the past eight years, Kim McClain, has been a research scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies. She has traveled ...
Florida ATM Thieves Foiled by Thermodynamics
Two enterprising wannabe burglars are probably vowing to watch fewer action movies, and instead do more research on the tools of their trade. Local police ...
Fireman’s Promise Built Faith in Those He Rescued
In December of 2016, a ride at Knott's Berry Farm in California became stuck 148 feet in the air. There were 20 people on board, including seven children. ...
Alert Social Worker Rescues Young Woman Fleeing Kidnapper
Jeanne Nutter did not leave her house intending to be a hero, but rather to walk her dog. "I was at the end of my driveway; I saw a young woman who ...
God Will Bring Us Safely Through all Danger
San Francisco has its cable cars. Seattle has its Space Needle. And Longview, WA has its squirrel bridge called The Nutty Narrows Bridge. Spanning Olympia ...
Three-Year-Old Survives Five-Story Drop
Parents and other family members are rejoicing after a three-year-old survived a life-threatening scare.
Police in Stamford responded to the Fairfield ...
Tiny Bird Senses Severe Storm Coming and Flees
Science Daily reported on the ability of certain birds to sense storms coming and to protect themselves:
In East Tennessee there's a bird known as the ...