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Morality evolved – too late for Alan Turing

Ministers hail "God's eternal laws", the supposedly changeless morality rules of the Bible. But they’re wrong. Morality evolves constantly.

Could we make ageing a thing of the past?

Recent scientific advances raise the prospect of living longer – but 'healthspan' is just as important as lifespan.

Leonard Leo, Opus Dei and the Radical Catholic Takeover of the Supreme Court

Leonard Leo has put five justices on the Supreme Court: Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, Sam Alito, and John Roberts.

The Court of God: How a Catholic Secret Society Took Over SCOTUS

Founded in 1928 in conservative Catholic Spain, Opus Dei wouldn’t become the agent of global fascism until later in the 20th century.

‘Most Dangerous Point in Human History’ Looming, Warns Noam Chomsky

Renowned scholar Noam Chomsky: "We are now facing the prospect of destruction of organized human life on Earth."

Mussolini and the Vatican

Pius XI described Mussolini as "the man of Providence" who had "given God back to Italy, and Italy back to God".

The need for climate reparations is now undeniable

The latest UN climate report highlights how communities that have contributed the least to climate change are suffering the most.

Buddha, Abraham, Jesus, Muhammed – Larger-than-life historic figures or largely legends?

We know less than you might think about the lives of Buddha, Abraham, Jesus, Muhammed, and most other religious founders.

Living Up to Our Potential: The Quest for Human Life Extension

People who maintain a healthy lifestyle and have access to rejuvenation biotechnologies will be able to live past 120.

The Future Path of Human Evolution

People continue to evolve even as our societies become more interconnected. What are we becoming now, and what might we become?