Julie Borg

Julie is a clinical psychologist and writer who lives in Dayton, Ohio. She reports on science and intelligent design for WORLD Magazine and WORLD Digital.

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Missing evidence

Science | A fossil of an alleged human ancestor undermines evolutionary theory
by Julie Borg
Posted 12/05/19, 03:35 pm

A fossil discovery in Germany defies the bedrock evolutionary belief that humans evolved from ancient, knuckle-walking apes in Africa.

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Suspending life to save it

Science | Medical breakthrough offers hope for treating deadly injuries
by Julie Borg
Posted 11/27/19, 07:16 pm

Doctors in the United States have, for the first time, placed a human in suspended animation, New Scientist reported.

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A drought of Biblical proportions

Science | Archaeologists learn how Assyria was destroyed
by Julie Borg
Posted 11/21/19, 03:25 pm

For the first time, archaeologists have discovered scientific evidence that a 60-year drought likely precipitated the fall of the ancient Assyrian empire, which Biblical prophets predicted decades in advance.

According to historical records, the Assyrian kingdom, centered in modern northern Iraq, collapsed just as the prophet Zephaniah warned it would. Babylonians and Medes together destroyed the kingdom’s capital, Nineveh, around 612 B.C.

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