Here are the slides for this second talk. I will post a link to the livestream / video once we have that. Wk2-Sacred Space and Sacrifice-Heiser-GCB The post Mike at Grace Church Bellingham: Thinking Like an Israelite: Week 2: Sacred Space appeared first on Dr. Michael Heiser.
And what’s happening in the New Arctic is not staying there Another month, yet another record low for Arctic sea ice extent in a warming world. January’s average ice extent in the Arctic was 525,000 square miles below the 1981-to-2010 average, making it the lowest January extent in the satellite record. This is […]
The oceans are largely unexplored, but if you want to find something interesting, there’s no better place to visit than a hydrothermal vent. Often marked by dark plumes gushing into frigid water, the vents mark spots where magma rises close to the seafloor and heats the water to temperatures that can reach over […]
When it comes to improving memory, being in the right place at the right time could be key. Scientists are figuring out how to do that. Michael Kahana, a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and his team developed an experimental brain stimulation technique that improves memory by […]
Updates on Paracast Host Gene Steinberg ‘Emergency’ Cash Solicitations This is a follow up to a Jan. 2, 2018, blog post, Gene Steinberg Personal ‘Emergency’ Cash Solicitations Span Years, Hundreds of Emails. See the original post for information on Steinberg’s years of repetitive cash solicitations framed as emergencies. […]
LAS VEGAS – Science Writer Arthur C. Clarke once said that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” According to the Pentagon, something magical has been flying around the Las Vegas skies for a long time, now. BY George KnappI-Team 8 News Now2-7-18 A secret study of […]
While we like to think of ourselves as rational creatures, there’s no doubt that human beings are actually quite awful at assessing risk. So I can understand why Ethan Linck thought to contextualize the risk of drinking from backcountry streams with data. “Life is triage, a constant series of negotiations between risks […]