Dr. Read Montague, of Virginia Tech, used functional magnetic resonance imaging to determine whether subjects ‘knowingly committed a crime.” But the technique is not yet admissible in court.
It’s always disillusioning when we discover part of the history we were taught isn’t true.
First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa promised to keep the Muslim convert’s baptism secret. Then it shouted it from the housetops on its website.
Disney may be learning the hard way that it doesn’t pay to alienate your audience. Not only that, but the new ‘Beauty and the Beast’ would have made Walt Disney blush.
The story of Halley Bass cautions us about believing every report about hate crimes. Some of them are made up.
Larry Johnson is an ex-CIA analyst. He believes intelligence agencies were trying to illegally access and monitor candidate Trump’s communications with his aides.
It is the most controversial television show ever. Russia’s ‘Games 2 Winter’ expects to feature fighting, murder and rape in 40 degree below zero weather. It’s coming to chilled hearts this July.
Is it just more convenient or can it ultimately mean less privacy? Cyber experts are looking at smartphones that actually recognize you.
The horror of ‘Soylent Green’ has come about about sooner than expected.
The battle lines have been drawn. The armies of the Philistines are arrayed against those of Israel. And two opposed worldviews are at war: idolatrous nature worship (humanism, naturalism, and pantheism) versus that of the infinite, creator-redeemer God (Christian-theism).
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