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Bitcoin is big business for professionals and amateurs alike. Alina Kartman spoke with an investor to try figure out whether this virtual gold rush is the future of currency—or just one more digital mirage.

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Episode 152 - The different types of justice ft. Ryan Stanton & Eddie Hypolite

Guest host Ryan Stanton discusses various forms of justice and their implication with author, public speaker and corporate wellness consultant Eddie Hypolite.
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Sports betting: From Entertainment to Addiction

Sports betting is big business, especially in countries like Australia. But is this just a harmless past-time, or an industry with darker secrets to discover?
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Victor Torres’ true story

From dealer to addict to something more. . . this is the story of Victor Torres life and the events that changed it forever
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Daily habits for a good memory

Everybody has a spotty memory from time to time. Thankfully, Genia Ruscu has some advice on how to improve this.
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When Covid-19 gripped the world last year, many questioned the future of the July 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Well, they're back in 2021, but not as you remember them . . .
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Walk With Us

Understanding the "Uluru Statement from the Heart" and what it means for Australia.
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Cristiano Ronaldo, Coca-Cola and the self esteem epidemic

When Cristiano Ronaldo moved two Coca-Cola bottles and the company’s market value subsequently plummeted, it soon became clear why—because we care so much.
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God says the Kingdom of Heaven is like hidden treasure. Adrian Bocăneanu explains what that means to him.
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Fact or Fiction? Can Bible stories really be believed?

The Bible is more than just bedtime stories, as is found in the morally ambiguous tale of the Gibeonites.
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Picturing Heaven

Nobody has ever seen heaven. All we have are biblical pictures of what it will be like. But we can use those pictures to inspire us to be there!
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When I was a young student, there was a period of time where I was looking for a well-paying job to support my family and my studies. One day, I found myself in the head nurse’s office at the nearby nursing home for the elderly. I had never worked in...
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The fear of facing fear

Everybody must face fear at some point in their life—but that doesn't mean its easy or fun to do.
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Sleepy head, healthy brain?

Hitting the hay and getting a good night’s sleep has some obvious short-term health benefits, but how does it impact long-term brain health?
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Moral machines?

Technology is advancing in leaps and bounds. But the thorny problem of ethics remains: if humans can’t even get it right, how are we expected to teach a computer the difference between right and wrong?
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Remembering the Earth landing

Reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, Bruce Manners observes that in the big picture—of the universe—Earth is insignificant. But not to God.
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Loki's season finale attempted to answer some big questions. . . but its desire to set up the next story meant the answers it provided were less than perfect.
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Heal our country

NAIDOC Week is an important event for all Australians which celebrates the culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia. Editor Jarrod Stackelroth spoke with Pastor Darren Garlett to learn more.
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“Glorious Purpose” – Loki tackles the question of free will

The latest offering in the MCU is surprisingly fun — and raises some interesting questions about the nature of free will and the meaning of life