US & World

Many Australians Are Turning Away from God, but These 2 Churches Are Booming

[ad_1] MELBOURNE, Australia – A new census reveals nearly a third of Australians say they have no religion. The country is rapidly becoming more secular and Christianity is also declining. But several churches are defying that trend. Churchgoers say attending a Sunday service at Planetshakers or Hillsong is like going

Health

The athletes starving themselves for success

[ad_1] Image copyright Kenza Barton Schlee Image caption Anna Boniface ignored the warning signs of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport Anna Boniface seemed to have the world at her feet when finishing as the 2017 London Marathon's fastest amateur female runner.Her performance earned her an England team place in that

Government bans fax machines in the NHS

Vicky Phelan: The woman who exposed an Irish health scandal

Meet the talking and crying childlike manikin

Technology

Google+ Exposed Data of 52.5 Million Users and Will Shut Down in April

[ad_1] In October, Google dramatically announced that it would shut down Google+ in August 2019, because the company had discovered through an internal audit (and a simultaneous Wall Street Journal exposé) that a bug in Google+ had exposed 500,000 users' data for about three years. Maybe it should have pulled

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Apple denies iPhone import ban in China

Huawei Honor View20 and Samsung A8s have hole-punch cameras

Science/Nature

Himalayan and other Asian glaciers put the brakes on

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAmaury Dehecq: "Knowing ice-flow speed allows us to better estimate glacier melt" The glaciers that flank the Himalayas and other high mountains in Asia are moving slower over time. Scientists have analysed nearly 20 years of satellite images to come to
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Where did the Sun come from?

[ad_1] Earth would be a frozen lump of rock without the energy created from our nearest star. [ad_2] Source link
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Nasa’s Voyager 2 probe ‘leaves the Solar System’

[ad_1] Image copyright NASA Image caption Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 launched from Nasa's Kennedy Space Center to explore the outer planets The Voyager 2 probe, which left Earth in 1977, has become the second human-made object to leave our Solar System. It was launched 16 days before its twin
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Climate change and the UK: Five good and bad things

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images With UN climate talks underway in Poland, pressure is on for nations to cut carbon emissions fast. The UK says it’s a leader in climate change – but is it? Here's a list of the good and bad in terms of the UK's climate change
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Climate change: Trump coal event overshadowed at COP24

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images White House representatives arrive at climate talks in Poland on Monday to promote coal and other fossil fuels.It's expected that President Donald Trump's energy adviser, Wells Griffith, will take part in the COP24 event.The controversial meeting occurs as investors managing $32tn (£25tn) in assets call

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