Julie Borg

Julie is a World Journalism Institute graduate. She covers science and intelligent design for WORLD and is a clinical psychologist. Julie resides in Dayton, Ohio.

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New Creation Museum fossil points to global flood

Science
by Julie Borg
Posted 10/24/13, 03:03 pm

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Digital fingerprints leave internet trail for anyone to follow

Technology
by Julie Borg
Posted 10/18/13, 01:45 pm

Your online behavior may be tracked without your knowledge by new technology known as device fingerprinting, according to a study by KU Leuven-iMinds.

Most websites that use device fingerprinting do not disclose the practice and users can do nothing to protect themselves from such invasive tactics. Device fingerprinting circumvents legal restrictions imposed on the use of cookies, software codes downloaded by websites to track consumer behavior, and is not governed by Do Not Track laws.

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'God particle' theorists win Nobel prize

Science
by Julie Borg
Posted 10/11/13, 02:05 pm

Researchers Peter Higgs and Francois Englert won the coveted Nobel Prize 

in physics Tuesday for developing the theory of the “God particle,” which helped lead to its discovery a little over a year ago. Rather than disproving God, Christian scientists believe the particle points to the creativity and mastery of the Creator of the universe.

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