Christian author’s book sparks charges of heresy – CNN Belief Blog – CNN.com Blogs

Rob Bell is under fire for his latest book before it even hits the shelves. March 1st, 2011 Christian author's book sparks charges of heresy By Eric Marrapodi, CNN Belief Blog Co-Editor Rob Bell, a pastor and author who has achieved rock star status in the Christian world, is preaching a false gospel, his critics... Continue Reading →

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Shape-shifting robot forms from magnetic swarm – tech – 29 January 2008 – New Scientist Tech

Swarms of robots that use electromagnetic forces to cling together and assume different shapes are being developed by US researchers. The grand goal is to create swarms of microscopic robots capable of morphing into virtually any form by clinging together. Seth Goldstein, who leads the research project at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, in the US,... Continue Reading →

What no body is talking about "Crocker Sees Signs of Hope in Iran" Listening to Administration officials in Washington this week, you'd be forgiven for thinking Iran is an incorrigible hegemon, making violent mischief in every corner of the Middle East in order to drive the U.S. out of the region. Iraq is often presented... Continue Reading →

The New McCarthyism Meet Professor Nadia Abu El-Haj, a notorious Barnard College professor now up for tenure who: § claims the ancient Israelite kingdoms are a "pure political fabrication," § denies the Romans destroyed Jerusalem in 70 CE and instead blames its destruction on the Jews, § does not speak or read Hebrew yet had... Continue Reading →

’55 ‘Origin of Life’ Paper Is Retracted In January 1955, Homer Jacobson, a chemistry professor at Brooklyn College, published a paper called “Information, Reproduction and the Origin of Life” in American Scientist, the journal of Sigma Xi, the scientific honor society. In it, Dr. Jacobson speculated on the chemical qualities of earth in Hadean time,... Continue Reading →

‘A nightmare with no end in sight’ Ex-commander of coalition forces in Iraq lambastes ‘failure of leadership’ ARLINGTON, Va. - A "failure of the national political leadership" is responsible for the “nightmare” of the Iraq war, retired Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez said Friday. If some of America’s political leaders were in the military they would... Continue Reading →

IAEA chief’s career shows why the nuclear agreement is not about George Bush ElBaradei got into serious trouble for his integrity and professionalism, when the US tried to prevent him from getting a third term at the helm of the IAEA in 2005. Given the widespread support to his candidature for a rare third term... Continue Reading →

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