Some may call it an example of the machines taking over. Other may dub it the inevitable wave of the future. We just think it's kind of cool.
Earlier this month a fellow who dotes the appellation "J majerus" on YouTube posted a brief look at a Tesla model S 7.1.
The automobile, in addition to looking quite stylish, has the ability to park itself, with the owner simply needing to click a button that turns on a feature called "Summon." more >>
David Brooks, columnist for The New York Times, argued that Republican presidential hopeful Senator Ted Cruz practices "pagan brutalism."
In a perspective piece published Tuesday, Brooks argued that Sen. Cruz, who is popular among potential evangelical Christian voters, does not reflect their beliefs.
"Ted Cruz is now running strongly among evangelical voters, especially in Iowa. But in his career and public presentation Cruz is a stranger to most of what would generally be considered the Christian virtues: humility, mercy, compassion and grace," wrote Brooks. more >>
We've all seen the drama created by a race. The dash for the finish line, the leaning forward to touch the tape, and the intensity. Now how about such a scene backwards?
Meet Garret Doherty of Dublin, Ireland. Doherty is reportedly the fastest runner in the world … who goes backwards. Actually, the official term is "retro-running."
Doherty has stated that he began running backwards in 2009 as a way of dealing with the issue of having the sun hit his eyes. Years later, he's a pro. more >>
Whoever said dogs weren't an aquatic lifeform sure hasn't seen this gnarly video from California's golden sands and bright blue waters.
Brandy the Pug is no mere land-dwelling canine. Rather, the adorable-looking pooch can catch some rad waves when helped by her master.
Smiling at the challenge before her and armed with a GoPro camera, Brandy shows she's got what it takes, even quickly recovering from a crash into the waters. more >>
Atheist author and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins says the best argument for God he's ever hard has to do with a deistic God as the fine-tuner of the universe.
Dawkins visited Google's office in Kirkland, Washington, to discuss his book, Brief Candle in the Dark: My Life in Science, after which he took a couple of readers' questions. He was asked in a video published on Monday what is the best argument in favor of God and the best argument against evolution that he has heard.
Dawkins prefaced his answer by making it clear that he is not "in any sense admitting that there is a good argument," and insisted that "there is no decent argument for the existence of deities." more >>
Evangelical theologian Wayne Grudem endorsed Republican presidential candidate Senator Marco Rubio.
Grudem, professor of theology and biblical studies at Phoenix Seminary, directed The Christian Post to a statement he issued last week in support of Fla. Sen. Rubio, calling him "a reliable, thoughtful, articulate conservative who seems to me more knowledgeable than any other candidate on the important issues facing the nation."
"Rubio is a winsome, likable candidate who has the best chance of soundly defeating Hillary Clinton. He is equally fluent in Spanish and English, which will be a huge asset with Hispanic voters in the general election," stated Grudem. more >>