Franklin Graham Wins Lawsuit
Buses have long been a great place to advertise. And that’s just what Franklin Graham did to promote the “Lancashire Festival of Hope with Franklin Graham” with bus ads in Blackpool, England, Yet because of Graham’s view against same sex marriage and homosexuality, Blackpool banned the ads. Now because, Graham sued the city, a United Kingdom judge sided with the evangelist and his team ruling that the town of Blackpool, England, violated their religious liberty. Graham applauded the decision, saying, “We thank God for this ruling because it is a win for every Christian in the U.K.” Read more about the ruling here.
Corruption Trial For Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the state prosecution of a “coup attempt” aimed at toppling him from office, as his corruption trial resumed Monday weeks after national elections ended with no clear winner and as political parties held negotiations to determine whether Netanyahu would remain in office. the prime minister is facing charges of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust in three separate cases. Netanyahu has pled not guilty, calling the charges part of a “witch-hunt” against him. Read more about the trial here.
Canadian Pastor Chases Officers Out of Church
In a video that has gone viral, Polish pastor, Pastor Artur Pawlowski can be heard yelling, “Out!” repeatedly at officers who entered the premises of the church. The pastor of the Cave of Adullam Church in Alberta, Canada became emotional, saying “Nazis are not welcome here! Do not come back you Nazi psychopaths. Unbelievable sick, evil people. Intimidating people in a church during the Passover! You Gestapo, Nazi, communist fascists! Don’t you dare come back here!” The video comes just days after Pastor James Coates was released from prison for holding in person services that exceeded arbitrary restrictions on attendance. Watch the video here.
2000 Microphones Unlock the Mystery Of Why Hummingbirds Hum
The hummingbird is named after its pleasant humming sound when it hovers in front of flowers to feed. But only now has it become clear how the wing generates the hummingbird’s namesake sound when it is beating rapidly at 40 beats per second. Researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology, Sorama, a TU/e spin-off company, and Stanford University meticulously observed hummingbirds using 12 high-speed cameras, 6 pressure plates and 2176 microphones. They discovered that the wings of hummingbirds generate sound in a fashion similar to how the wings of insect do. The new insights could help make devices like fans and drones quieter. Read more about the discovery here.