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«The historical evidence for Jesus of Nazareth is both long-established and widespread. Within a few decades of his supposed lifetime, he is mentioned by Jewish and Roman historians, as well as by dozens of Christian writings. Compare that with, for example, King Arthur, who supposedly lived around AD500. The major historical source for events of that time does not even mention Arthur, and he is first referred to 300 or 400 years after he is supposed to have lived. The evidence for Jesus is not limited to later folklore, as are accounts of Arthur.»

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“Terry was always very good at remembering lines,” recalled Palin last week. “But this time he had real problems, and in the end he had to use a teleprompter. That was a first for him. I realised then that something more serious than memory lapses was affecting him.”

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"Kai Tore Myklebust nektar å dele kjedebreva om kreft som han mottek på Facebook. Han meiner alt for mange truar venene sine til å bry seg."

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"Tomt i pungen etter jul? Sjekk tipsene som kan gi de fleste litt ekstra penger."

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"Trodde du at antibiotika kan gjøre deg resistent? Avslutter du kuren når du føler deg frisk? Begge deler er feil, ifølge ekspertene."

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"Britiske skattemyndigheter har klart å stoppe enorme mengder svindel-eposter sendt i deres navn. Ny teknologi gjør det mulig å stoppe mange før de kommer til din postboks, men i Norge har få etater tatt i bruk løsningen."

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NASA's Mars rover, Opportunity just celebrated its 12th anniversary on Mars—a mission that was originally meant to last just 90 days. Although recently eclipsed in the news by its bigger brother Curiosity, Opportunity is still going strong and making valuable scientific discoveries. Launched into space in 2003, Opportunity bounced to a hole-in-one landing in a small crater on Mars' Meridiani Planum on January 25, 2004. It has since spent 4,270 Martian days, or sols, on the surface, slowly moving from target to target, exploring craters, meteorites, unusual rock formations, and finding evidence of past water activity. Over the past 144 months, Opportunity has taken more than 200,000 images, and driven a total of 26.50 miles (42.65 kilometers) across Mars—not bad for a mission designed to last only three months.

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