Humans have wanted to live forever for as long as we’ve lived at all. It’s an obsession that stretches back so far that it feels like it’s somehow hard-coded into our DNA. Over the years, immortality (to a greater or lesser extent) has been promised by everyone from cults to the cosmetics industry, big tech companies, and questionable food blogs. However, can going to Church make me live longer?
A beloved friend is given a chance to hold her grandchild while cancer whittles and distorts her bone marrow. Her prognosis was death at 45 years of age but she is now 48 and cherishing her first grandchild. Do we cry out and worship the science and doctors?
Our God is not social media, our God is not whatever is trending on Netflix, our God is, well, God.
Artist Giles Walker has rebuilt the 1928 robot, which has been on display at the Science Museum since October 20 2016
Meet Graham the only person designed to survive on our roads. Australia’s Transport Accident Commission and agency Clemenger BBDO Melbourne created a figure ‘with bodily features that could be present in humans if they had been designed to withstand today’s high-impact road traumas.
Has Nigeria Become the World’s Junk –Yard of Abandoned and Failed Projects Worth Billions
Little-known laser company beats engineering giant Rolls Royce to coveted Royal Academy of Engineering award after cracking new painless way to detect breast cancer
“Whenever There Is a Hard Job to Be Done, I Assign It to a Lazy Man; He Is Sure to Find an Easy Way of Doing It. — Bill Gates”
It’s a tough figure to swallow: 66% of enterprise software projects end in failure. Research highlights that only one in eight information technology projects can be considered truly successful (failure being described as those projects that do not meet the original time, cost and (quality) requirements criteria).
Change is good. It’s also often hard. The status quo can be so much more comfortable. But to succeed in business, you must run toward change.