Ever wanted to see exactly what happens when you leave a slice of grapefruit unrefrigerated for 72 days straight?
Well wonder no more as the YouTube Account known as Temponaut Timelapse has uploaded a video that will satisfy your curiousity.
With some rocking instrumental music in the background, the video starts out showing a perfectly healthy grapefruit half. more >>
Justin Williamson was considered "the heaviest teenager in America" when he appeared on the television show "The Doctors" in April.
His musical rendition of the famous hymn "Amazing Grace" captivated audiences and went viral on YouTube, collecting over 2 million hits.
Now Justin is back and there is less of him — to the tune of 100 pounds — and the teenager has been pursuing a career in music. more >>
If a contestant on a music-centered talent program had said they were not going to sing, their chances of wowing the audience would probably be zilch.
"I don't like singing," said 12-year-old Sydney, a ukulele-playing student from Thailand, before the judges of "Got Talent Global."
Sydney explained that she had been playing the ukulele for two years, but when it came to singing, she was "not confident." more >>
The island of Cyprus, along with Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, are joining other European Union nations in saying that because of cultural differences, they prefer to take in Christian migrants of the refugee crisis.
The Times of Israel is reporting that Cyprus Interior Minister Socrates Hasikos has reiterated the position of their preference for Christians for cultural reasons. He believes it's a matter of assimilation, noting that they are a better fit within the culture of the island nation.
Hasikos says, "We have already stated that 260, a maximum of 300, people can be taken in" by the island nation located in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. more >>
A scientist has denounced the merit of a recently released study that claims atheist children are more altruistic than religious children.
Earlier this month academic periodical Current Biology published a study that concluded that children raised in non-religious homes were more altruistic than ones raised in religious households.
Tom Trinko, a scientist with a Ph.D. in physics, penned a column for the conservative American Thinker denouncing the study as "pseudoscience." more >>
The American Center for Law and Justice said it plans to stand up to the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which recently called for the removal of Gideon Bibles from state-run lodgings.
The group noted that the latest battle began after FFRF Co-Presidents Annie Laurie Gaylor and her husband, Dan Barker, stayed at the Holmes Student Center Hotel in DeKalb, Illinois, and discovered a Gideon Bible placed in their hotel room.
"No one is making any guest open the Bible. No one is making them read it. In fact, the university is not 'providing bibles;' it is allowing a Christian group to place literature, the Bible, in hotel rooms much like a pizzeria may leave coupons," ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow wrote on Thursday. more >>