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Planned Parenthood Doctor grilled over claim “men can have pregnancies”

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A Planned Parenthood doctor claimed men can become pregnant and deliver babies. The startling proclamation, which goes against biological science, was made at a Sept. 29 House hearing. The meeting room became ...

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Exposure to sexual content in popular movies predicts sexual behavior in adolescence: study

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Researchers at New Hampshire’s Dartmouth College are urging parents to protect their children from sexual content online and in films as they release a new six-year study.  The data shows viewing such ...

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List of scientists saying there is no ‘climate crisis’ surpasses 1,150

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There is no climate emergency say a growing number of scientists, climatologists and other specialists. They’re joining a growing list that now totals more than 1,100 who have signed a World Climate ...

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Harrisonville teacher sues district over firing a year ago

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A former Harrisonville science teacher is suing the school district, alleging it violated his civil rights when it fired him last summer. John Magoffin’s suit centers around the Harrisonville school board’s decision ...

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War on science: Anthropologists pressured to stop labeling remains ‘male’ or ‘female’

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Anthropologists are being pressured to stop identifying human remains as “male” or “female.” LGBT activists say scientists can not know how ancient individuals “identified” themselves. Emma Palladino used her Twitter account earlier ...

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Why are leading scientists rethinking the theory of evolution?

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Evolution, as a theory for explaining how all life forms came to their present form, is regularly presented as “settled science” – an “irrefutable fact” for which there is no sound room ...

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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in landmark ruling

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The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, ruling 5-4 “returning authority to the people and their representatives,” saying the states and not the federal government, have the right to regulate and ...

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Predictable, consistent parents key to brain development in children

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Scientists have long known that the experiences you have during infancy and childhood play an important role in shaping how your brain matures and how you behave as an adult. But figuring out why ...

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Vaccination increases Covid risk according to study published in New England Journal of Medicine

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Individuals who received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have been linked with negative protection against the disease, scientists say in a study analyzing the Omicron wave in Qatar. The research also ...

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Have we found a cancer cure? Drug trial indicates yes

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A cancer cure has been found according to a study published on June 5 in The New England Journal of Medicine. The trial is the first in the world to completely remove ...

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Hot dates: Israeli botanists grow trees using seeds from biblical times

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The desert is blooming as Israeli farmers are growing trees from seeds that date back to biblical times. “We’re talking about the resurrection of 2,000-year-old-plus ancient date seeds that come from the ...

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CU Rise campaign is Good News for Harvard, Yale, Princeton and other Ivy League schools

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Christian students at ten of the nation’s most influential universities are being challenged to share the gospel more boldly, strategically, and frequently than ever. The effort is called “CU Rise,” and is ...

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Missouri sues communist China for covid cover-up

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Missouri’s Attorney General Eric Schmitt is taking on the communist government of China over their misleading the world on the Covid virus. In an interview with the Epoch Times, Schmitt says the ...

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Trust issues. Responding to our cultural authority crisis

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In his book The Last Word, atheist philosopher Thomas Nagel, talked about an authority crisis – a “the fear of religion”: “… I don’t mean to refer to the entirely reasonable hostility toward certain ...

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Study: Skip the small talk when meeting someone new

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Small talk slows deeper relationships, according to a new study. Opportunities to meet new people and build friendships is a process that’s critical for mental and physical well-being. This does not, however, mean that ...

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Vaccine passport is not mark of the beast, says Franklin Graham

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When it was reported that a vaccine passport microchip implant has been developed, some Christians questioned whether it could be the biblical mark of the beast. It is not, evangelist Franklin Graham ...

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It wasn’t Wormwood of Revelation but meteor rattling nerves over Pittsburgh

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It wasn’t the Biblical “Wormwood,” a falling star described in Revelation, but a meteor over Pennsylvania Saturday definitely drew attention. The New Year’s Day “shooting star” caused an earthshaking boom over suburban ...

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Leading cancer doctor convinced of power of prayer working with medicine

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Prayer has a significant impact on a patient’s health if partnered with science and medicine, a well-known doctor wrote in “USA Today.” “As a cancer practitioner for 30 years, I have encountered ...

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“Christmas comet” expected to be visible tonight

Comet Leonard will make a close approach to Venus two days before Christmas after passing by the Earth just a few days ago. According to an Arizona State University astronomer, the comet ...

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Comet Leonard visible through Christmas

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There’s still time to see the year’s brightest comet but look quick! Comet Leonard was first seen near Jupiter in early 2021 and is on its way around the sun. This ball ...

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College of the Ozarks resumes battle over Biden campus dorm, shower policy

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The College of the Ozarks near Branson was back in court last week seeking to preserve the school’s longstanding belief that men and women should be housed separately on campus and use ...

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Research finds that daylight saving time is not worth the trouble

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Last week the sun was shining during my commute home from work. But after the yearly “fall back”  on Sunday that ended daylight saving time with our clocks moved an hour earlier, ...

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Atheist scientists defend religion against vicious attacks from peers

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Distrust of atheists is strong in the United States. The General Social Survey consistently demonstrates that as a group, Americans dislike atheists more than any other religious group. According to various studies, nearly half ...

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Baby Lacey born at 21 weeks in July now thriving at home

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Tiny baby Lacey is thriving at home with her parents this fall after she was born so prematurely that even doll clothes did not fit her. The Daily Record reports parents Channae Kirkwood, ...

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Internal emails reveal why CDC changed definition of ‘vaccine’

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Newly released emails reveal the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) altered the definition of “vaccine” because of concern that its definition did not apply to COVID-19 vaccines. The definition change ...

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