Ricky Roehr, head of the US Raelian Movement has released the following statement: As reported Jan 31, The Raelian Movement's website (www.rael.org) was hacked twice in the last 5 days by Islamic cyber terrorists.
Could the use of gadget like Pocket PC that can do email, phone and games give you more arthritis?
Scientists from the University of Pittsburgh have found a molecule that triggers the start of puberty in children.
The website of the International Raelian Movement (www.rael.org) which has thousands of visitors everyday has been hacked by a fanatic muslim cyber terrorist group from Turkey disturbed by the fact that the Raelian philosophy say there is no god.
In the city of Montpellier, France, a cultural center has launched a new school in order to reduce violence: the “school for good behavior” where you simply learn how to be polite.
Our support today is going to Jerzy Urban, one of Poland’s best-known editor who has been fined for supposedly criticizing the pope 3 years ago, just before his visit to Poland.
Belgian artist reports holy theft by vatican to the police
Kent Brownridge, general manager of Wenner Media, publisher of Rolling Stone Magazine, declined to run an advertisement for a new translation of the Bible aimed at young people, saying that they are not in the business of publishing advertising for religious messages.
Gerhard Haderer, an Austrian cartoonist, has been condemned by a Greek court in Athens to 6 months in jail for one of his cartoon representing the life of Jesus.
Dublin's hi-tech research laboratory, Media Labs Europe, is to be shut down.