Month: January

Ancient Coptic Scroll That Talks Of Jesus’ Wife Not A Forgery

An ancient papyrus scroll that contains a mention of Jesus’ wife is definitely ancient, leading US researchers said Thursday, following scientific analysis of the document. The controversial fragment, discovered 2012, is believed to have come from Egypt and contains writing in the Coptic language that says, “Jesus said to them, ‘My wife…'” Another part reads:

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North Korea Accidentally Hit One of Its Own Cities With a Ballistic Missile

According to current affairs magazine The Diplomat, which specializes in the Asia-Pacific region, North Korea accidentally struck one of its own cities with an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) back in April. Citing satellite imagery and a U.S. government source, The Diplomat reports that on April 28, North Korea fired an Hwasong-12 IRBM that failed shortly

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What Will Happen 10,000 Years From Now?

Imagining the future of humanity, our planet, and everything we hold dear in our corner of the cold dark Universe is typically the domain of science fiction, and we’re usually only worried about the next few hundred years at best. But what about thousands and thousands of years from now? What will happen then? It

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6 Mind-Control Tactics Facebook Uses To Change What You Think & Do

Facebook is the biggest social media site in the entire world—boasting over 2 billion users. The amount of power this company has to shape our perception of life is unimaginable, when you think about it. But don’t take our word for it: Facebook themselves recently admitted that using the platform can endanger your mental health,

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This Is Why You’re Right Handed Or Left Handed

Your preference for moving your left or right hand begins in the womb, around the eighth week of pregnancy, according to ultrasound scans. Previously we had assumed that differences in gene activity of the right and left hemisphere of the brain might be responsible for a person’s handedness. But last year, researchers from Ruhr-Universitat Bochum,

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