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The Religion WorldA story on PSmag.com examines how atheists’ non-religious views tend to waver when death draws near: Are there atheists in foxholes? That timeless question (the literal answer to which is yes) is a shorthand way of asking whether, when confronted by...
Daily DishGetty Villa offers lecture on Greek drinking rituals...
OXFORD, England – At the London Diamond League track meet July 13, ten of the 11 finishers in the men’s mile run broke four minutes. The only rare thing now about that time is how few chances elite international athletes get to run the mile...
Hartford CourantElizabeth Williamson is the new senior dramaturg and director of new play development at Hartfoird Stage. Williamson served the past four years as associate artistic director and literary manager for Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City, where...
Tags: Hartford Stage, Lincoln Center
Robert Ormond Case, Jr. Robert Ormond Case, Jr. (Bob) of Corona del Mar and Irvine passed away September 17 surrounded by his loving family. He was born Feb. 3, 1926 in Portland, Oregon to Evelyn and Robert O. Case, a well-known Western Fiction writer....
Tags: NASA, Wethersfield, Electronics, Ford Motor Co., The Pentagon
Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage School District launched its revamped website on Monday, August 13, which is phase 1 of a three-phase process over the next year. Heidi Embley, ASD spokesperson, said “it’s totally rebuilt and much cleaner for parents, students,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCancer lends itself to the realms of myth. Siddhartha Mukherjee gave the disease some regal treatment in the title of his prize-winning book "The Emperor of All Maladies," but cancer's no emperor. It's a beast. Where actual mythological monsters are...
Stephen Hawkings, or as I call him, The Original Siri, recently gave an interview to the BBC. In this interview, he said that scientists should further investigate M-theory, a theory stating that the universe containing Earth is only one of many out...
Tags: Cosmology, NASA, BBC, Science, Space Programs
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Phillip Tobias, a renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died Thursday. He was 86. Tobias died in a Johannesburg hospital after a long illness, according to South Africa's...
By the time the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki brought an end to World War II in 1945, an estimated 65 million to 75 million civilians and soldiers were dead. To prevent such a catastrophe from happening again, the Allied powers had already begun to...
A lovely lunch, silent auction, fashion show and lots of socializing kept members of the Foothill Civitan Club, their friends and families entertained during the 30th annual spring event titled “A Black & White Affair” on May 12 at the...
LONDON (AP) — European researchers say new techniques to analyze DNA could help crack the mystery of whether Bigfoot exists. In a project announced this week, Oxford University and Lausanne Museum of Zoology scientists appealed to museums,...
Tags: Europe, Stranger Than Fiction
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