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Monthly Archives: June 2015

  • Interfacing Your Brain With a Cloud

    by Larry Spargimino

    1-human-computer-hybridFuturist thinker Ray Kurzweil predicts that humans will be hybrids by 2030. This means that our brains will be able to connect directly to the cloud, where there will be thousands of computers, and those computers will augment our existing intelligence.

    How will it all happen? Our brains will connect via nanobots—tiny robots made from DNA strands. Our thinking will be a hybrid of biological and non-biological processes. You won’t lose anything. We will all be fully able to back up our brains.

    Kurzweil explained the significance of all of this. “We’re going to merge and enhance ourselves. In my view, that’s the nature of being human—we transcend our limitations.”

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  • Gay, Communists, and the War Against the Family

    by Larry Spargimino

    WhistleblowerThe famous nineteenth-century English preacher, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, had been charged with finding Jesus in every passage of the Bible—even in the Old Testament, and in the Psalms. Spurgeon boasted that he was “guilty as charged—and proud of it.”

    Others have been charged with finding a communist hiding behind every bush and causing every problem we as a people and nation face. Some even claim that communists are behind the “war against the family.” Is there any merit to the charge?

    In the May 2015 Whistleblower, author Paul Kengor, makes this charge in his article titled “Communists join attack on Americans’ religious freedom: Same-sex marriage offers sledgehammer for destroying family, marriage, faith.”

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  • Overwhelmed By Confusion

    by Larry Spargimino

    Bruce Jenner debuts as Caitlyn Jenner. Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair

    If you have ever had the sneaking suspicion that there is a force working behind the scenes to saturate our culture and society with as much confusion as possible, here’s more proof to confirm your suspicions.

    Caitlyn Jenner, the former male Olympian known as Bruce Jenner, made her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair in the early hours of June 1, 2015. “Call me Catlyn,” Jenner declared in a quote printed on the cover.

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  • Gay Atheist: “I Want To See the Church Oppose Same-Sex Marriage”

    by Larry Spargimino

    Matthew Parris Matthew Parris

    Times are changing fast. Surprises abound everywhere. But a surprise that is somewhat refreshing comes from a gay atheist. A piece in The Spectator (5/27/15) by a gay atheist, Matthew Parris, states the following:

    “Even as a (gay) atheist, I wince to see the philosophical mess that religious conservatives are making of their case. Is there nobody of any intellectual stature left in our English church, or the Roman church, to frame the argument against Christianity’s slide into just going with the flow of social and cultural change.”

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  • Is Russia Speaking Truth?

    by Larry Spargimino

    From Stalin to Khrushchev and beyond, we’ve learned that Russian leaders have a tendency to distort, mislead, and prevaricate. But is Russia now speaking the truth?

    54094In a blog posted on freedomoutpost.com we read that Russia is now calling the United States a joke to the world. Quoting an article in Pravda titled “USA: Joke To The World,” we read:

    “ The US Congress passed another bill condemning Russia and Putin. Now that’s pretty funny. The Clown from out of town and his minions are pretending to be rule makers in a world where they think they are king. They’ve constructed a ‘New World Order’ of money and power for the privileged few. The punks in public office continue to lie to themselves and their voters hoping Russia’s power and wealth will magically vanish through propaganda, terrorism, and sanctions.”

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  • Trials Will Come, But “Be of Good Cheer”

    by Larry Spargimino

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    One cannot but read the news and not get the impression that the darkness is now suffocating. But there is a word that was spoken long ago, yet is still valid, timely and still encouraging.

    In his farewell address, sometimes called Jesus’ Valedictory Discourse, we read these words: “These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).

    In 1933, in the early days of the Nazi takeover of Germany, a German Christian—also a poet, a musician, an author, theologian, philosopher, pastor, AND anti-Nazi dissident—by the name of Dietrich Bonhoeffer was highly outspoken against Hitler himself.

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  • The Fall of Ramadi: A Death Whimper or a New Beginning?

    by Larry Spargimino

    UU2-650x383The fall of Ramadi, the capital of Iraq’s Anbar Province, to the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, known as ISIS, on May 17, 2015, was a heavy blow to the U.S.-led war against the extremist group.

    Ramadi is the biggest prize captured by ISIS since it overran Mosul in a power offensive in June of 2014.

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  • Traditionally Conservative Ireland Goes Gay

    by Larry Spargimino

    Voters gather at Dublin Castle to celebrate the result Voters gather at Dublin Castle to celebrate the result

    Same-sex couples on the Emerald Isle will soon be able to walk down the aisle after Irish voters overwhelmingly chose to change their nation’s constitution. Traditionally Catholic Ireland has become the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage.

    According to a CNN report 1,201,607 voted in favor of the landmark referendum while 734,300 voted against it. Only one of Ireland’s 43 parliamentary constituencies failed to pass the referendum.

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  • A Rising Tide of Muslim Immigration to America

    by Larry Spargimino

    Islam-in-America-22-300x199America has been blessed by its many immigrants of the past. But in the days following 9/11, is a rising tide of Muslim immigration a matter of concern?

    Immigrants coming to America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries were very different from Muslim immigrants of today. None of the former were seeking to establish some kind of a worldwide caliphate reflecting the dominance and alleged superiority of their own culture. They were willing to fit in to American culture. Such is not the case with certain forms of Islam.

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  • Danger: Robots On the Loose

    by Larry Spargimino

    Ultron Prime from the new Avengers movie Ultron Prime from the new Avengers movie

    Science fiction writers have delighted in scaring people by writing of robots that destroy the human race. Don’t laugh. Fiction is becoming fact.

    Time for June 1, 2015 featured a story titled “Good Tech Gone Bad.” Author Lev Grossman writes about robots and sci-fi writers’ fascination with them. He relates that the word “robot” was coined in 1920 by the Czech writer Karel Capek in his play R.U.R.—which stands for “Rossom’s Universal Robots.” It ends with the extinction of humanity at the hands of robots.

    Grossman writes: “Amazingly, almost 100 years later, movies are still telling stories about killer robots wiping out humanity. It’s turned out to be one of our most enduring nightmares.”

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