How many people believe in the old Gods? Not many people, but there are still some believers of old and strange Gods. Few people today believe in the old Gods of the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. These Gods took a long time to die. It will take a long time for our present major religions to disappear, but it will happen just as it did for the Gods of old. In just the last 100 years, we have proof that heaven is not just overhead and the devil does not live just underneath our earth’s surface. It may take another 100 year or so, but science, archeology and reason will eventually win out. Then the world will be a better place. The religious leaders will no longer enslave their followers with 2000 year old nonsense. I hope now hope people are going to come to their senses and support the removal of the superstitious statements "under god" and "God bless America." The congress’s hasty vote was not considering the separations of church and state! Also, if we are under god and blessed like politicians always say, why did we have all those people killed on Sept. 11. Simple logic of fair minded people should see that "Under god" is not compatible with "indivisible" as it undeniably divides us into the believers and the non-believers! My opinion as a life long voting old fashion Conservative Republican! God-frey
It marks another milestone in SpaceX's long-standing effort to make spaceflight cheaper.
- SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy into space early Tuesday morning.
- A part of its nosecone – known as a fairing – descended back to Earth using special parachutes.
- A net-outfitted boat in the Atlantic Ocean successfully caught the reusable fairing, likely saving the company millions of dollars.
Controversial map names CEOs of 100 companies producing 71 percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.
- Just 100 companies produce 71 percent of the world's greenhouse gases.
- This map lists their names and locations, and their CEOs.
- The climate crisis may be too complex for these 100 people to solve, but naming and shaming them is a good start.
The world's richest people could breeze through a climate disaster – for a price.
- A new report from a United Nation expert warns that an over-reliance on the private sector to mitigate climate change could cause a "climate apartheid."
- The report criticizes several countries, including the U.S., for taking "short-sighted steps in the wrong direction."
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