Cold Case Files

  Profile "Cold Case Files," one of A&E Network's most popular and successful series of all time, chronicles the re-examination of long-unsolved crimes and the journeys of law enforcement personnel who reopened them. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to crack the cases and clarify unanswered questions. Each … Continue reading Cold Case Files

Maggie Fox :- Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds

  Link Smoking scars DNA in clear patterns, researchers reported Tuesday. Most of the damage fades over time, they found — but not all of it. Their study of 16,000 people found that while most of the disease-causing genetic footprints left by smoking fade after five years if people quit, some appear to stay there … Continue reading Maggie Fox :- Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds

Michael O’Neill :- Explaining and Exploring the Miraculous

Author :- Sam Scott Magazine :- Stanford Magazine Link Story Squint your eyes and Michael O’Neill’s emergence as the “Miracle Hunter” could resemble a typical Silicon Valley tale of pluck and ingenuity. He is, after all, just another Stanford engineering student who went deep with his research, parlayed the results into an innovative website and … Continue reading Michael O’Neill :- Explaining and Exploring the Miraculous

The FBI Files

Background THE FBI FILES reveals the crime-busting techniques and forensic science used by the FBI to solve the most baffling cases. A former head of the FBI's New York Office James Kallstrom hosts these true stories of crime and detection. Videos The FBI Files: Season 2 - Ep 5 "A Stranger in Town" Profile The … Continue reading The FBI Files

TheAtlantic – How Brain Scientists Forgot That Brains Have Owners ( By Ed Yong )

Introduction Ed Yong has an interesting article in the Feb 2017 Edition of the Atlantic. I especially like it as it shows that we can disagree without being disagreeable.   Story Link It’s a good time to be interested in the brain. Neuroscientists can now turn neurons on or off with just a flash of … Continue reading TheAtlantic – How Brain Scientists Forgot That Brains Have Owners ( By Ed Yong )

Dr. Heinz Lycklama :- Evolution’s Four Fatal Flaws

  Lectures Nuclear Physicist Dr. Heinz Lycklama: Evolution's Four Fatal Flaws Credit :- Northwest Creation Network Published On :- 2017-Jan-20th Link  ( Added on 2017-Feb-20th ) Link ( Added on 2017-Feb-22nd )   Indepth Nuclear Physicist Dr. Heinz Lycklama: Evolution's Four Fatal Flaws Evolution's Achilles Heels ( Book ) Creation.com Link Deterioration of the Genome Knowledge Systems … Continue reading Dr. Heinz Lycklama :- Evolution’s Four Fatal Flaws

Sermons & Discussions – 2016/Feb

Forward The beginning of a new year is as good as any to lean forward and see what areas the Spirit of God and the fellowship of his body is opening and availing. I hope the last year brought about healing and wholeness. And, those gains are being solidified in the new year. A few … Continue reading Sermons & Discussions – 2016/Feb

Christian Sermons – 2014/Oct

Background Courtesy of YouTube, I have watched more than my fair share of sermons lately. Though the sermons are publicly available, I wanted to package and acknowledge them in a more concise & precise format. Yet, publicly sharing the list is fraught with risks. The reasons are vast and include the fact that: I started … Continue reading Christian Sermons – 2014/Oct

Francis Collins – “Language of God” Speech

Background A couple of weeks ago, I listened on as Francis Collins spoke a bit about his book "Language of God". The discussion was at the Veritas Forum at California Institute of Technology ( CalTech ) in Pasadena, CA. The presentation is available at : Francis Collins - The Language of God: A Scientist Presents … Continue reading Francis Collins – “Language of God” Speech