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  • March 26, 2018
    Steve Jordahl

    Questioning the data used to question us

    Google headquartersFacebook isn't the only social media giant getting a closer look these days: Privacy advocates have some concerns about data Google is handing over to law enforcement authorities.

  • March 12, 2018
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Subterranean water in diamonds confirms Gen. 7 Flood

    global warmingIn an unprecedented recent discovery, new direct evidence corroborated by scientists verifies that oceans of underground water exist deep inside the Earth’s mantle, which was revealed while recovering water trapped inside of diamonds.

  • March 08, 2018
    OneNewsNow.com Staff

    A brilliant mind fails to trace 'nothing' to a creator

    Earth from spaceOne of the most famous scientists of our modern times has sparked a discussion about the origins of the earth and the universe.

  • February 21, 2018
    Chris Woodward

    CCHF: Biometric ID technology a threat to health freedom

    augmented identityA new report released by a group dedicated to securing health freedom is voicing its concerns about efforts involving national identification.

  • February 16, 2018
    Bill Bumpas

    Think you're connected? Well, you're not

    teens on cell phones 2According to a theologian and ethicist, cell phone addiction is a serious problem that needs to be addressed. He says it's disconnecting the younger generation from developing personal relationships.

  • February 01, 2018
    Chris Woodward

    'Right to Try' movement gets prime-time push

    doctor writing prescriptionThe so-called "Right to Try" movement got an endorsement this week from none other than Presidential Donald Trump.

  • January 28, 2018
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Manmade pollutants now blamed for global cooling

    global warmingThe same “climate change” scientists and activists who have claimed for more than three decades that pollutants were driving the planet toward a “global warming” cataclysm are now arguing that human activity is driving the Earth toward artificially cool temperatures.

  • January 26, 2018
    Bill Bumpas

    Baylor study finds online 'Nones' often believe it all

    Screen grab of Christopher Hitchens debateA sociologist-researcher at Baylor University who studied how Internet usage affects our religious beliefs found that many "tinker" with faith.

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