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Thursday, 30. March 2006
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Billionaire Horoscopes by Forbes. (English)
Are you a Virgo? Good news for you: That was our finding after trolling through all the birth dates we’ve collected on the world’s wealthiest. So far, we have confirmed the birth dates for 613 of our 793 billionaires. Of those, more than 70, or roughly 12%, were born between Aug. 23 and Sept. 22, making this earth sign the most common among billionaires.
The Mysterious Coral Castle: A Fanciful Myth by LiveScience. (English)
Many sources suggest that the castle is scientifically inexplicable. One typical magazine article claimed, "The question that has perplexed engineers and scientists for decades is how such a tiny, uneducated man single-handedly built such a place." According to the castle's Web site, "Coral Castle has baffled scientists, engineers, and scholars since its opening in 1923."
Also by BBC News: Dutchman builds modern Noah's Ark.
Is there life after death? Mediums at U.S. Spiritualism centre say 'yes' by Canoe. (English)
Ever since she was a kid, Lori Kuffner has been curious about the afterlife - do you just die and that's it, or does a channel remain open to the living? But she had never felt any urgent need to actively seek to communicate with her father after he died a few years ago.
Doctor verifies healing "miracle" by Cadillac News. (English)
This is the story of a spontaneous healing, the miraculous disappearance of a brain tumor. And the woman telling this story has the faith and assurance of a saint that it was Jesus who performed this miracle in her truck while she was praying “in the spirit"...
Healing power of ancient trees is not mere legend by Pravda. (English)
Young boy Vadim Kabanov learnt about the miraculous tree from his grandmother, Nina Sizova, the woman who made the tree incredibly popular during WWII. Once, being already a young man Vadim decided to ask the old oak for help when he had troubles in love.
Ist das Kruzifix ein Irrtum? von Focus Online. (German)
Das Bild von Jesus am Kreuz ist eines der bedeutendsten Symbole des Christentums – aber möglicherweise falsch, sagen britische Wissenschaftler.
Nichts beweise, dass Jesus auf diese Art gekreuzigt wurde, heißt es in einem am Donnerstag veröffentlichten Artikel der Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).
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