More than 50 people were shot in Chicago over Memorial Day weekend, while illegal migrants are reportedly using hotels-turned-shelters in New York City as centers for unrestrained drug use, sex, and violence.
The Chinese Party Congress takes place this week in Beijing. It’s likely President Xi Jinping will be elected to an unprecedented third term, giving him more power to push a Marxist-Leninist agenda at home and around the world.
News that First Lady Jill Biden and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tested positive for COVID-19, despite being fully vaxxed and boosted, barely caused a blip in the news cycle this week. The CDC’s new COVID guidelines basically say the pandemic is over.
A new tech company in Los Angeles claims it can create an AI-powered hologram to allow the dead to speak to grieving friends and family members from beyond the grave. Early customers include William Shatner of Star Trek fame.Continue Reading
We look ahead to the year 2100 and see radical life extension, the changes it will have on human behavior, and the potential problems with not being able to die even when you want to (think Revelation 9:6).
Science often wanders deep into religious territory. This week, we discuss claims that the entire universe is alive and that Jesus was a first-century mushroom hallucination, and compare those concepts to transhumanism, cosmism, and postmodernism.