Australians ditch religion at rapid rate, becoming more diverse

Australians ditch religion at rapid rate, becoming more diverse

Australians ditch religion at rapid rate, becoming more diverse Australians : Australia is becoming older and more diverse — both culturally and religiously — according to new datafrom the country’s census. While the first census in 1911 found the average Australian was a 24-year-old man, last year the typical Aussie was a married 38-year-old woman, who lives in a three-bedroom house, with two kids and two cars. The census, which is conducted every five years, found that Asians now make up the largest percentage of the overseas-born population, jumping from in 2011 — 32.9%…

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Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario

Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario

Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario   Spotlights : It’s been two weeks since E3 2017 wrapped up and shut its doors, and now the official awards and lists are rolling out for various games. The official Game Critics Awards compiled a list of games that were nominated during their display at this year’s event, and a lot of those nominationss went to Mario, the Rabbids… and more Mario. The complete list of the awards are detailed over on the Game Critics Awards website, where there’s a…

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Starfleet : New Star Trek: Bridge Crew Update Will Make You Feel Even More Like A Starfleet Officer

New Star Trek: Bridge Crew Update Will Make You Feel Even More Like A Starfleet Officer

Starfleet : New Star Trek: Bridge Crew Update Will Make You Feel Even More Like A Starfleet Officer Starfleet : Star Trek: Bridge Crew has only been available for a couple of weeks and already the game has received an update that patches in a highly anticipated new feature. Get ready to bark out some orders and have your crew “make it so.” Ubisoft this week announced that voice recognition has been brought into Star Trek: Bridge Crew, giving players the ability to speak to their in-game, AI-controlled crew members…

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Fitness Models Are Getting More And More Tattooed

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Fitness Models Are Getting More And More Tattooed What is the first thing you crave to do when you work really hard for those abs and back? Of course you want to show it off to the world! As they say, ‘hard work always shows’. It would not be fair to all the months of cardio and resistance training if you did not show a little skin; or all you want. To attract a little more attention to your curves, here’s a tip: get a tattoo! As you are reading…

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The best in world Alien (1979)

The best in world Alien (1979)

The best in world Alien (1979) Here’s another film, like The Exorcist, that I have to rate highly because of its historical status more than its value in isolation. In isolation, or, at least seen outside of its particular place in history – say, if it had come out a year or so, instead of 20, after precursors like It! The Terror from Beyond Space, so that It! appeared to be the groundbreaker and template instead, then I would give Alien a lower rating. Which means it’s not at all…

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HORROR HAPPENINGS: RIDLEY SCOTT ON ALIEN: COVENANT, SARAH WAYNE CALLIES’ LATEST SCARE, AND MORE!

HORROR HAPPENINGS: RIDLEY SCOTT ON ALIEN: COVENANT, SARAH WAYNE CALLIES’ LATEST SCARE

HORROR HAPPENINGS: RIDLEY SCOTT ON ALIEN: COVENANT, SARAH WAYNE CALLIES’ LATEST SCARE, AND MORE! Today in Horror Happenings: Ridley Scott teases a more hardcore Alien: Covenant, Colony‘s Sarah Wayne Callies‘ got a horror movie coming that we totally missed, and a spooky, scary podcast you need to listen to right now! Ridley Scott Says Alien: Covenant Will Be “Hard ‘R’” Promises, promises are coming from Ridley Scott regarding his follow-up to his oh-so-divisive (but I still like it) 2012 feature Prometheus. A loose sequel to Scott’s groundbreaking 1979 classic Alien,…

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Religious People More Emphatic But Less Likely To Be Critical Thinkers: Study

Religious People More Emphatic But Less Likely To Be Critical Thinkers: Study - See more at: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/144736/20160328/religious-people-more-emphatic-but-less-likely-to-be-critical-thinkers-study.htm#sthash.sz8Fi2Lz.dpuf

Religious People More Emphatic But Less Likely To Be Critical Thinkers: Study Religious : In their hit single “Science & Faith,” Irish pop rock band The Script mused, “You won’t find faith or hope down a telescope / You won’t find heart and soul in the stars.” A group of scientists found that when it comes to science and faith, it all boils down to how the brain works and empathy. Empathy, Not Sympathy Empathy is the ability to understand and share the emotions of another human being even if…

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Religious people ‘more likely to be viewed as generous and trustworthy’

Religious people 'more likely to be viewed as generous and trustworthy'

Religious people ‘more likely to be viewed as generous and trustworthy’ Religious : Going to church or temple regularly can leave a greater impression than ‘more dramatic public ritual acts [that] involve enduring serious pain’ People who regularly attend religious services are more likely to be seen as an upstanding member of the community than those who take part in more dramatic displays of religious devotion – such as walking over hot coals, being stabbed with a spear or becoming possessed – according to a new study. Dr Eleanor Power, of the…

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