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Explorers Named Famous Geyser for its Predictability

On a September afternoon in 1870, a party of nine explorers, eight army escorts, and two cooks made its way by horseback along the Firehole River in an ...


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The Quiet Work of God's Guidance

In his novel Jayber Crow, the Kentucky farmer and writer Wendell Berry has his character Jayber talk about the quiet work of God's guidance in our lives: ...


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Bill Gates Regrets Creating 'Control-Alt-Delete' Function

Bill Gates, the personal computing pioneer and billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, said in an interview recently that he regrets the decision to make ...


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Wright Brothers Succeeded Using Virtual Reality Testing

At the end of 1901, the Wright brothers were frustrated by the flight-tests of their 1900-1901 gliders. The aircraft were flown frequently up to 300 feet ...


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Australia's GPS Was Off Because the Whole Country Moved

Australia is moving. This isn't so surprising—all the continents are on the move, and Australia drifts 70 millimeters to the northeast every year. ...


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Prayer in the Midst of a Tragic Accident

Dan McConchie, vice president of government affairs at Americans United for Life, was riding his motorcycle through a suburban intersection when a car ...


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Ship Misguided by Faulty Maps

In the Kingdom of Ice is journalist Hampton Sides' compelling account of the failed nineteenth-century polar expedition of the USS Jeannette, captained ...


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Tim Keller: The Power of God's Speech

In Chapter 4 of his book, Prayer, Tim Keller writes:

Speech-act theory makes a convincing case that our words not only convey information; they get things ...

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Dallas Willard Responds to an Atheist's Definition of Faith

Richard Robinson was one of the leading atheist philosophers during the latter part of the twentieth century. He died in 1996, and he knows better now, ...


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Architect Humble About His Unfinished Work

In 1882 the artist and architect Antoni Gaudi started work on his masterpiece, The El Templo de la Sagrada Familia (or The Church of the Holy Family), ...


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