Did Yeshayahu Predict Computers?
Now, finally, Torah has come to the world of inanimate objects – i.e., computers, which are made up of metal and plastic. → read more
11.09.2019 | Views: 110 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Rational Giving
This lesson seems so obvious as it pertains to bacteria, yet as human beings, we find it very difficult to learn. → read more
13.02.2019 | Views: 288 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 1
Radiating Outward
Similarly, we have a responsibility to radiate light outward. The Jewish people are known as a light unto the nations. It is up to us to serve as proud examples of the Torah’s teachings, and to spread its light outward to the entire world. → read more
24.02.2009 | Views: 2078 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Adaptability of Life
Biologists have discovered over a hundred species of "extremophiles", which live under conditions that were originally thought to be too extreme for life. → read more
20.02.2009 | Views: 2239 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
A Naked Singularity
A fascinating phenomenon studied by modern physics is the black hole. When a massive star has spent all its energy and no longer radiates light, it collapses under its own weight. Some stars stabilize at smaller sizes. → read more
12.02.2009 | Views: 2314 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Jews Smarter, It's Genetic
Jews' average IQ score is seven to 15 points higher than gentiles and they are exceptionally accomplished, claims the British social theorist Dr Charles Murray. → read more
13.04.2007 | Views: 2492 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4