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Posted 2/16/17 at 1:30 PM | Jerald Washington

As in the Days of Noah: Human Pig Hybrid Created in Lab Transhumanism and Genetic Manipulation

Just recently controversial scientist attempt to create revolutionary human-pig hybrid, by injecting human stem cells into pig embryo. This is the latest example, that we're seeing the Days of Noah all over again, as in the days of Noah man begin to manipulate human and animal genetics.

Posted 2/6/17 at 12:00 PM | David Fournier

Web design 2017 – What to expect from the websites of tomorrow

Age responsive design, De-Linearity and failure mapping are just some of the keywordsyou will come across when searching for the web design trends in 2017.

In order to build the perfect website for your business today, you should look into the web design trends of the future. And as with any development in the IT world, the future is just around the corner! The first fundament you will need to consider is the “mobile first” approach. In 2015, the global amount of those people accessing the WWW via a mobile device overtook those surfing from their desktops. As a result, web designers and marketing agencies changed their tactics from mobile-friendly to mobile-first websites. Not the desktop sets the standards for the design of the site, but mobile devices, like smartphones and tablet computers. Designers first create a “small” version of the website and then convert the lay out and navigation to the big desktops screens. At a first glance, this might look like a step back for the companies presenting their products or services on the internet, but this approach is actually positive. They can only showcase the essence of their core content, making it clearer for the user and thus more effective. FULL POST

Posted 1/31/17 at 6:30 PM | Mark Ellis

Elon Musk’s ‘Matrix-like’ plans to install computers in human brains

Elon Musk

By Mark Ellis

Tesla and Space-X tech mogul Elon Musk has strong opinions about artificial intelligence (AI), suggesting that AI may “summon the demon” that will put humanity at risk or turn us all into the house pets of machines.

He believes AI may be even more dangerous than nuclear weapons.

To fight the perceived dangers, Musk is planning to unveil new computers that can be placed directly in human brains, what some call “neural lace.” The phrase was first conceived by science fiction writer Iain M. Banks and refers to a way of interfacing computers directly with human thoughts.

In a January 25th tweet, Musk confirmed his firm is working on neural lace and he promised to reveal details of their research in February.

Neural lace is essentially a wireless mesh that can serve as an interface between a computing device implanted into the brain and the brain’s biological circuitry. The neural lace could potentially be programmed to control chemicals released by the brain’s neurons, enhancing intelligence, memory, and other functionality. FULL POST

Posted 1/31/17 at 12:01 PM | David Fournier

5 Digital Marketing Trends that will Repeat Itself in 2017

There are two things similar between fashion and marketing, one is their dynamic and ever changing nature and the second is their trends. While there are some new trends every single year, there are a few trends that are absolutely constant; again there is that group of trends that keeps repeating themselves from time to time. Here we are to speak about those digital marketing trends of 2016 that proved to be extremely successful and will be repeating their success stories in 2017 as well.

Importance of Digital Marketing:

Products and services are not introduced to consumers over night, especially when businesses want to sell them online. Businesses have to come up with strategic and result driven digital marketing campaigns and promote their offerings on leading social media platforms and other sites to allow their products and services come in contact with the online consumer’s notice. Here is where the role of a number of digital marketing tools and tricks come into play. Some of the most potent tools of digital marketing include- social media, PPC (Pay Per Click marketing), Video Streaming, sponsored ads, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and most importantly content marketing with the help of leading blog, paper and college essay writing service. These tools and hacks help businesses spread the word about their product and services and turn their business goals into actual profitable outcomes. FULL POST

Posted 1/30/17 at 11:14 AM | David Fournier

Influencer marketing tool- Best strategy to attain success in business

When it comes to devising a new marketing strategy for your business, it is always the best to go with the most innovative thought. One of the best options is to explore the benefits of influencer marketing. Actually, this influence marketing is an innovative method to consider that mainly focused on several important marketing efforts towards the major leaders who have a clear influence over the potential customers. Instead of marketing directly to the larger audience, you can direct the marketing activity to the influencers who ready to provide your brand’s message to the desired audience.

All you have to do is to find influencers who capable to attract, engage and convert the prospects into buyers for your businesses. Basically, targeting and engaging with the influencer can be a quite difficult task. Once you decide to integrate with the influencer marketing strategy to your existing marketing mix, it is very important to have a sound understanding of your goals as well as objectives. This influencer marketing mainly consists of four activities. Initially, you have to determine the right influencer for your business and they have many faces such as bloggers, activists, journalists, industry analysts, celebrities and professional advisors. FULL POST

Posted 1/17/17 at 4:52 PM | Mark Ellis

Last man on the moon became convinced of God’s existence

Eugene Cernan

By Mark Ellis

Apollo 17 Astronaut Eugene Cernan – the last man to walk on the surface of the moon – left the earth’s gravitational pull once more as his soul jettisoned into eternity. He was 82.

Cernan died Monday in a Houston hospital surrounded by family members as a result of “ongoing health issues,” according to a statement by his family posted on NASA’s website.

On his last mission to the moon in December 1972 he said he felt like he was looking back at the earth from “God’s front porch,” saying the experience convinced him of the existence of a Creator.

On that mission, Cernan and Harrison Schmitt, a scientist, steered their lunar rover through a valley where they managed to collect 294 pounds of rock and soil samples, the largest quantity astronauts would ever retrieve.

Cernan accidentally tore off one of the rover’s fenders with a rock hammer that protruded from his pocket. Cernan recognized it had to be fixed, and improvised a creative solution using geology maps and duct tape. FULL POST

Posted 1/14/17 at 10:40 AM | Mike Keas

2017 Intelligent Design Seminars & Top Darwinist Story of 2016

2017 Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design: Opportunity to Join the World of ID Scholarship


You can spend hours reading about intelligent design, its arguments and evidence, but there's no substitute for personal interactions with the top scholars in the field. That's especially true for rising scientists and scholars interested in advancing ID-related research themselves.

That's why each year Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture offers the Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design. Intended primarily for college undergraduates (juniors and seniors) and graduate students, the Summer Seminars offer the opportunity to learn from the stars of the ID community -- like Stephen Meyer, Douglas Axe, Michael Behe, Jonathan Wells, Ann Gauger, Richard Sternberg, John West, Paul Nelson, Robert Marks, Scott Minnich, Jay Richards, and more.

The next Seminar will take place in Seattle from July 7 to 15. It is an invaluable chance to take a first step in what might be the beginning of a career in advanced ID research. Many graduates of this program go on to just such promising futures. You'll be hearing from them in due course.

More information is here. The Seminar comprises two tracks, the CSC Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences, and the C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society.

Last year the program had fifty participants, the biggest group yet, and diverse in every way. But applying is highly selective. In past years the program has had students from Berkeley, Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge, Ohio State, New York University, the University of Washington -- and around the world: Ghana, Brazil, Italy, Jamaica, Australia, Canada, Norway, China, the United Kingdom, and the Philippines.

There really is no deeper way to explore the science of ID or its relevance to the humanities. See here for reviews from our past students. The deadline is April 4.

Discovery Institute covers room and board, with travel scholarships available based on need.

If you're not a student, Discovery Institute also holds open a small number of spots for professionals, professors and scientists, clergy, and teachers. If you know someone who might be interested and qualified, please spread the word.

Top Darwinist Story of 2016

The cultural buzz over evolution from Darwinist media is uncritically supportive (they ignore the major weaknesses). Evolution News & Views (ENV) offers an alternative. Here is the top ENV story of 2016. It is about December's Royal Society meeting in London. This three-day conference on "New Trends in Evolutionary Biology" did not receive the media attention it deserved. Here's the ENV story about it.

Oh, there were a few reports. Writing for the Huffington Post, science journalist Suzan Mazur complained of a lack of momentousness: "[J]ust what was the point of attracting a distinguished international gathering if the speakers had little new science to present? Why waste everyone's time and money?" On the other hand, a write-up in The Atlantic by Carl Zimmer acknowledged a sense of strain between rival cliques of evolutionists: "Both sides offered their arguments and critiques in a civil way, but sometimes you could sense the tension in the room -- the punctuations of tsk-tsks, eye-rolling, and partisan bursts of applause."

Mild drama notwithstanding, why should anyone care about this meeting? FULL POST

Posted 12/8/16 at 1:25 PM | Brian Wallace

Understanding How Memories Work

Your brain can be used against you, so it's important to understand how your brain actually works. Learn more about brain storage from this infographic!

Posted 10/22/16 at 2:29 AM | Mark John

Whatever You Had to Learn about Reverse Phone Lookups

You have actually most likely become aware of a sort of modern technology and also solution called reverse phone lookups. This advancement is often called reverse phone check or contact number lookup. From words itself, turn around phone lookup is a sort of modern technology that makes it possible for any person to seek out needed details of an individual based from a phone number.

Exactly how does it Work?

Reverse phone lookup deals with using a computer system and also a net link. Allow us claim that you have actually had a missed out on contact your phone as well as all you have is a telephone number. If you wish to know who that individual is, after that all you should do is go into the contact number (location code as well as 7 figure number), await a couple of secs, as well as you obtain the info you require.

What type of Information Do I Get?

The kind as well as deepness of details you obtain would certainly depend on the kind of reverse phone lookup solution you have. The even more usual kind of phone number lookup is the cost-free solution. Important and also required info like the total address, household participants, birthday celebrations, and so on are some of the crucial info you obtain from a paid opposite phone lookup solution. FULL POST

Posted 9/20/16 at 2:23 PM | Brian Wallace

Your Native Language May Affect How You Perceive Colors

Linguists have long thought that your native language could have an effect on how you see. Learn more about how language affects color perception from this infographic!

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