Neanderthal

Neanderthal Ears Tuned for Human Speech

Neanderthal ears tuned for human speech, according to articles ScienceDaily and SciTech Daily 1 March 2021, BBC Science Focus 2 March 2021, and Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1 March 2021 doi: 10.1038/s41559-021-01391-6. An international team of scientists have studied high resolution CT scans of Neanderthal and modern human skulls to reconstruct their ear structure, and […]

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Street Trees

Street Trees Reduce Depression

Street trees reduce depression, according to Science Alert 30 January 2021 and Scientific Reports 31 December 2020 doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-79924-5.  A group of researchers in Germany “analysed the association of street tree density and species richness with antidepressant prescribing for 9751 inhabitants of Leipzig, Germany.  They found “for individuals with low socio-economic status, high density of […]

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Purple Cloth

Purple Cloth From Biblical Times

Purple cloth from Biblical times found, according to Science (AAAS) News 29 January 2021, Times of Israel and PLoS ONE 28 January 2021 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0245897.  Archaeologists in Israel have found pieces of woollen cloth coloured with a distinctive purple dye made from murex sea snails.  This dye gives a rich vivid purple colour and was […]

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Cemetary

What was the biggest killer in 2020?

What was the biggest killer in 2020? No, it wasn’t Coronavirus, nor was it cancer or heart attacks. “According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), around 73.3 million abortions take place every year, with almost 30 per cent of pregnancies ending in abortion. The data group Worldometer estimates all other causes of death totalled nearly […]

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Transgender Flag

Transgender Trending in Scotland

Transgender trending in Scotland, according to a report in UK newspaper The Courier reported 6 November 2020. The newspaper wrote a scathing report about a DVD “The Transgender Agenda”, being sent to schools across the UK. Produced by Truth in Science, it includes interviews with medical experts explaining the true dangers of transgenderism, and the […]

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People Sunset

Humans Still Evolving

Humans still evolving, claim scientists, according to Flinders University News and SciTech Daily 8 October 2020, BBC Science Focus and Science Alert 9 October 2020, Interesting Engineering 11 October 2020, and Journal of Anatomy published online 10 September 2020 doi:10.1111/joa.13224.  Researchers at Flinders University and University of Adelaide have found an increase in the number […]

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Gender, Lies and Truth, Editorial 16 September 2020

Editorial by John Mackay In the 2020 world where even “qualified” professors tell us anybody in any body can be a woman, we are living in a day when you a see a Bible statement coming true in front of your eyes. “And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should […]

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Canberra Teens Can Defy Parents on Birth Certificates

Canberra teens can defy parents on birth certificates, according to Canberra Times 24 July 2020 and ACT Legislation Register 13 August 2020. Teenagers in the ACT can now apply to have the sex recorded on their birth certificates changed, without the consent of a parent or guardian. Teenagers aged 16 and over can apply directly […]

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UK Bank Closes Christian Ministry’s Account

UK bank closes Christian ministry’s account, according to Christian Concern 24 July 2020.  Barclays Bank is closing the account Core Issues Trust, a Christian counselling service. The bank has informed them that their account will be closed in September.  Core Issues Trust (CIT) provides “help for people who who want to move away from same-sex […]

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Stone Tools

Undersea Aussie Aboriginal Artefacts

Undersea Aussie aboriginal artefacts found, according to reports in ABC News, The Conversation and James Cook University News 2 July 2020, and PLOS ONE 1 July 2020, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0233912.  Archaeologists have found hundreds of stone tools and grinding stones at two sites on the seabed near the Dampier Archipelago, off the northwest coast of Western […]

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