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Religion Will Be Gone ‘In A Generation,’ Top Scientist Claims

Religion Going Away, Top Scientist Claims

Religion is living on borrowed time. Lawrence Krauss, a self-described antitheist (or person who actively opposes the existence of religion) and collaborator with atheist scientist Richard Dawkins on The Unbelievers, believes in at least one thing: if you talk about religions in a certain way, children will stop believing within a generation or two. When… Read more »

Black Friday 2014: Walmart And Amazon Ads Leaked

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Black Friday 2014 leaked ads are popping up online nearly daily, alerting Christmas shoppers to the plethora of great deals on wish list items for kids of all ages. Walmart Black Friday and Amazon Black Friday deals reportedly include pages of toys, laptops, game consoles, video games, fine jewelry, and DVDs. Walmart, like Kmart, Toys… Read more »

Black Friday: Target Toy Book Released

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Black Friday Target deals will include scores of toys which will likely be at the top of Christmas wish lists of many children. Like Toys ‘R’ Us and Kmart, Target has released its big toy book ahead of the highly anticipated Thanksgiving Day sale and annual Black Friday 2014 extravaganza. The Target Toy Book 2014… Read more »

The McRib Is Made With Real Food and McDonald’s Proves It

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The McRib sandwich from McDonald’s only comes to the world a couple of times each year and then the world lashes out in a frenzy. There are the groups that love it and those that despise it and claim it to be made from processed foods and just about anything else you can imagine. McDonald’s… Read more »

6 Surprising Things That You Never Knew Were In The Bible

Unicorns and other amazing things that you never knew were in the Bible.

The Bible is perhaps one of the most beloved books in the world, selling more copies than any other book in history, with translations in nearly every language around the globe. A recent story about an American who was arrested for leaving a copy of the Bible in a night club in North Korea and… Read more »

Dressing Sexy Can Have Negative Effect On Girls, Studies Claims

Dressing Sexy Bad For Grades

Dressing sexy is something that many teenage and young adult girls feel tempted to do, especially during holidays like Halloween. With another October 31 behind us, the Christian Science Monitor has pulled together a number of studies that show these societal pressures placed on young women can have a detrimental effect on academic achievement. Halloween… Read more »

Moms Are 10 Times More Likely To Skip Work For Sick Child, Study Claims

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Parents skip work for their sick kiddos all the time, especially while those antibodies are developing, but a new study claims that when that happens, it’s usually Mom who sacrifices her workday. In fact, Moms are 10 times more likely to skip work for their sick children than Dads, reinforcing old theories about the woman… Read more »

Offensive Costumes: Is Dressing As Jesus Christ Inappropriate?

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Can a person dress as Jesus Christ without being offensive? There have been a number of costumes decried as inappropriate this year (such as the Ray Rice costumes that include blackface and domestic violence references, and the various costumes inspired by the Ebola outbreak), but dressing as the central figure from one of the most… Read more »

Tears Under A Microscope Show They Too Imprint Our Emotions [Gallery]

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Though many people may not consider it, one of the best example people express their emotions is through tears. Most tears are usually associated with sadness, like Selena Gomez when Justin Bieber left her. However, sadness is not exclusive to producing an excess amount of water in one’s eyes. For example, the Inquisitr reported on… Read more »