China to Complete the World’s Longest Sea Bridge this Year

What an astonishing achievement this is. China will soon complete the world’s longest sea bridge. A fifty-five kilometre sea bridge, and a six and a half kilometre under-sea tunnel. “The engineering challenges have been immense. The soft — and in some places deep — seabed meant engineers had to drive more than 100 huge steel …

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Syria: A Christian Response

Part of a long and thoughtful article by Sohrab Ahmari, writing at Commentary Magazine. ” … the troubling outcome of the Iraq project doesn’t automatically vindicate the reflexive Christian opposition to today’s escalation in Syria. Christian supporters and critics of Trump’s move must apply public moral reasoning informed by the faith’s rich tradition of thinking about …

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Redefining Marriage – Semantics and Stalinism

Societies are successful when their policies and practices align with reality. Success for a society means the ongoing ability to provide resources and safety to ensure that children can grow to maturity, and in turn, have children of their own. Once this basic necessity is ensured, success can also be measured by life-span, low infant …

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At Last, Maybe, the End of the Global Warming Scam

There never was any real-world evidence to support the theory of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming. According to Richard Lindzen, Professor of Meteorology at MIT, the ‘consensus’ was declared before the research had even begun: “Future generations will wonder in bemused amazement that the early 21st century’s developed world went into hysterical panic over a globally …

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