George Kavassilas (1) Mozilla Firefox. RaidersNewsNetwork.com I Breaking news, US, World, Science, Discovery, Mystery, Prophetic. Creationists Buy Robot To Study Tech Impact On Humanity A group of evangelical Christians has bought a Nao robot to explore the impact of humanoid robotics and artificial intelligence on humanity .
In 1925, creationists at the Scopes Trial in Tennessee argued against the theory of evolution and in favour of biblical truth. Now, 90 years later, a group of similarly fundamentalist Christians from nearby North Carolina has spent $16,000 (£9,500) on a humanoid Nao robot to explore what is arguably the next stage of evolution on Earth, the coming of the robots. The Nao is an autonomous programmable humanoid robot developed by Aldebaran Robotics based in Paris, France, and more than 200 of them are already in use at universities and colleges around the world. Stem Cell Researchers Just Figured Out How To Create New Embryos A team of researchers from the University of Virginia just made scientific history: They figured out how to turn stem cells into full blown fish embryos.
Michael Tsarion - The Irish Origins Of Civilization Excerpts. Michael Tsarion's Site. The Origins of Evil - Michael Tsarion. The Destruction Of Atlantis [Michael Tsarion] Michael Tsarion - Akhenaton and the Dark Side of the Sun. “If we are to answer the question of how evil has really come into the world and if it is correct to state that it did so because of alien interaction, then the question appropriately arises as to how we are still battling with the problem of evil today.
Why is it not all over and done with given that the conflict began in pre-diluvian times? Surely, if “evil” had conquered, then today there would be no question of “good” being an alternative or a presence in the world. And if “good” had triumphed, then today we would all be living in peace and harmony.”~ Michael Tsarion – Akhenaton & the Dark Side of the Sun. Michael_Tsarion_Architects_of_Control_Program_One__Mass_Control_and_Future_of_Mankind.mp4.