Thousands of Swedes Are Implanting Microchips into Their Hands – “Sign of the Antichrist?”

“People have shown they’re happy to give up privacy for convenience,” he continued. “The chip is very convenient, so could we accept our data being shared very widely before we know the risks?” - Christian Headlines

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The fake news police: Who fact-checks Facebook’s fact-checkers?

"The report [by law firm Covington & Burling] did not present any case studies to support those concerns, so WORLD examined one specific bias claim in an attempt to see how Facebook’s fact-checkers work. Before we get to our analysis, though, it’s important to understand the power Facebook has." - WORLD

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Why Transhumanists’ Quest for Earthly Immortality is Misguided

"Followers active in the movement, like Kurzweil, take an unfathomable number of nutritional supplements each day. Those supplements supposedly slow the aging process, allowing time for science to kick in and enable transhumanists to achieve immortality. Some transhumanists believe their consciousness will be uploaded into a machine or a new body" - Intellectual Takeout

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The Christian Post 'blacklisted' by Google, whistleblower claims

"On Wednesday, investigative journalism group Project Veritas released an interview in which whistleblower Zachary Vorhies reveals he delivered roughly 950 pages of documents to the Department of Justice's Antitrust division demonstrating that Google manipulated its algorithms in a way that biased its search engine against conservative media, Christian media and nonprofit groups, and Republicans." - Christian Examiner

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Robot priest added to 400-year-old Buddhist temple in Japan: 'It will grow in wisdom'

"The Kodaji Temple, in a partnership with the robotics team at Osaka University, unveiled 'Mindar' earlier this year. The robot is a 6-foot tall android, made of silicon and aluminum and modeled after Kannon, the Buddhist deity of mercy who preaches what is called the 'Heart Sutra' in Japanese, with English and Chinese translations projected on a screen for tourists." - Fox

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