The day of the bionic human is rapidly approaching; the day when machines blend with organic components to replace damaged bones, repair muscles, improve blood circulation and possibly makes us immortal.
As we expand outwards, examining and listening to the stars, the question becomes not so much are we alone, but how we can explore the far reaches of space.
The ultimate sci-fi doesn’t just deal with future technologies or aliens invasions. It also deals with the human condition.
Karla Fetrow: The Edhi Foundation presents an enlightened view of charity; one without boundaries, religious or political agendas, only the promotion of the common welfare for all.
Karla Fetrow: In the aftermath of the 1964 earthquake, Alaskans regained their sense of humor.
Karla Fetrow: It was the duration of the 1964 earthquake that made many believe the end of the world had come.
If a messiah was born in Bethlehem today, how would we know, and how would we react to his birth?
Karla Fetrow: We all deserve to enjoy the day set aside for Thanksgiving
The most unusual wedding of the year was a masquerade ball on Halloween.
Karla Fetrow: As we enter the twenty-first century, we must grapple with the problems facing a changing world where politics and religion collide. The wars in the Mideast are a reflection of the chaos that lies in every one of us.