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A California Start-Up Managed to 3D Print an Entire House


Much to the chagrin of the government, we’ve seen 3D printers used to create very real and working firearms. Or for a tastier application, someone equipped one for desserts and literally printed complete cakes. 3D printing is one of those technological advancements that feels as though it is ahead of its …

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Pastor Tim Keller Spoke to Google Employees on “Making Sense of God”


In late 2016, Pastor Tim Keller was provided with his second opportunity to speak at the offices of tech giant Google. Keller is world-renowned as a Christian theologian, apologist, and author, while also serving as the founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He is almost always fairly soft-spoken …

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Betabox: the Shipping Container Turned Mobile Tech Lab

Betabox feat

Technology is advancing at break-neck speeds. The smartphone in your pocket has more computing power than what it took to put a man on the moon. In many ways, we take it for granted, but on the downside there are also a lot of growing pains and struggles to keep …

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An Incredible Cardboard House That Will Last a Century


The tiny house movement is fascinating. It seems to have a charm that appeals to everyone, but how many could actually do it? I’ve seen shipping containers and even an old dumpster used to create one. Of course many people build them from scratch, but now that the trend has …

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This “Shake-Free” Spoon Overcomes Embarrassing Hand Tremors


Praise God that this is one of those items the overwhelming majority of us don’t need. While most of us are thoroughly enjoying our meals, there are some who dread the socially isolating shame of trying to eat while suffering from hand tremors. This one hits home for me as …

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The Force of Gravity is Bringing Light to Areas Without Electricity


I’m always fascinated by the simple brilliance of developing technology that utilizes attributes of God’s creation to address a very real problem. As of 2015 approximately 1.1 billion people are living without access to electricity. In order for these people to have light, they have turned to kerosene lamps which emit harmful cancer-causing fumes, …

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Scary: a Photoshop for Voices Is About to Take Deception to Another Level


The proliferation of and access to so much information has forever changed life on this planet, and is also a tremendous agent of the deception the Bible so strongly warns believers about. For all the abstract references and prophecies in the Bible, I’m surprised at how strikingly practical some things …

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One Practical & One Absurd Christmas Gift Idea


A lot of our tech posts here at GTHU are in regard to cutting edge major technological advancements, but with Christmas right around the corner here’s something a little more practical that just about anyone you know could use as a gift. We’ve all had phone charging cords go bad …

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Snapchat’s Camera Glasses Are Coming to a Vending Machine near You


Snapchat is gearing up for the release of their first legitimate hardware product—a pair of camera containing glasses named ‘Spectacles’ that will retail for $129.99. In an interesting move, they will only be sold through vending machines called Snapbots. The only locations as of now are near the company’s headquarters in …

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Microsoft Shows Off an Array of Cutting Edge Technology


Over the years, many of us have had a love/hate relationship with Microsoft—mostly due to their Windows operating system. For a long time there wasn’t a lot of great competition and then Apple decided to take the world by storm. Everyone knew it should be the wake up call Microsoft …

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