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Decoding Language of Lying

According to TED-Ed, we hear anywhere between 10 and 200 lies per day. And although scientists have spent centuries in coming up with methods to detect lying by tracking physiological changes in their tellers, these methods have proved unreliable. Is there a more direct approach? Noah Zandan, founder and Chief Executive Officer of ‘Quantified Impressions’ uses some famous examples …

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Vaccine for Hajj

29 Thousand Medics To Serve Pilgrims This Hajj

The Saudi Health Ministry has deployed 29,000 medics and paramedics to serve Hajj pilgrims this year, Mohammed Rasooldeen of ArabNews.com reported last Sunday. The ministry has also announced launching a campaign to vaccinate all individuals involved in Hajj against meningitis and influenza. The health of arriving pilgrims will be monitored under the standards of the …

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Science Upholds Creation, not Evolution

Science Upholds Creation, not Evolution

The theory of evolution, born of the primitive level of science in the nineteenth century, has been completely invalidated by successive scientific discoveries. Those evolutionists who are blindly devoted to the theory look for a solution in demagogy, since no scientific foundation is left to them. The most frequently resorted to of these is the …

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The Miraculous Functions of the Human Skin

The Miraculous Functions of the Human Skin

Layered Structure The human skin is composed of three layers: the epidermis (outermost layer), the dermis (vascular connective tissue below the epidermis) and the hypodermis (the deepest portion of the skin), each of which has a very complex metabolism of its own. Each of the structures of which the skin is comprised has a wide …

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Today We Are Farthest from Sun

Today We Are Farthest from Sun

Today at 4:00 UTC, our blue planet will reach its farthest distance from the sun. Our orbit around the sun isn’t a perfect circle, but rather it’s slightly an ellipse. In the field of astronomy, the term perihelion describes the point at which Earth is closest to the sun and aphelion the farthest. In fact, the Earth distance from the sun changes …

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