Challenge Good News Paper - 385 November 2015
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Escape from the paranormal
'I have been unlocked!'
Nuclear physicist follows evidence
Wins could not cure hurts: Pierce
British Open winner - Zach Johnson

Finding real love
Once rated by Maxim as one of the hottest porn stars in the world, Brittni Ruiz says she abandoned that life of fame and its vices after finding the source of real love and happiness.
Finding real love
Hollywood stuntman’s new life
Blockbuster stunt veteran shares about his turnaround following a near-death experience, drug addiction and stint in prison
Hollywood stuntman’s new life
Don’t be a slave!
Social media and gaming gobbling up our attention
Don’t be a slave!
Escape from the paranormal
A former spiritualist shares the dangers of opening the door to New Age practices
Escape from the paranormal
Being wrong
Let me ask you a question – what does it feel like to be wrong? It usually feels embarrassing, sometimes devastating and even shameful.
Hope was too strong
At age 17 Paul chose homelessness over giving up the new hope he encountered in Guyana
Hope was too strong
Look, No Hands!
Brian Gault was born without arms as one of over ten thousand survivors of the Thalidomide disaster that rocked the world half a century ago.
Look, No Hands!
Is Superman old-fashioned?
Every writer dreams of creating a character that will capture their reader's imagination and endure through time. When two young comic book writers came up with an idea for a new superhero in 1932, they could not have imagined that it would not only outlive them, but become part of culture itself.
Is Superman old-fashioned?
Life unlocked
After one honest prayer and years of doing her own thing, Sarah Morganti vividly recalls the "great day" when her life shifted from doubt to freedom in her heart and mind.
Life unlocked
Nuclear physicist follows the evidence
Possessing a degree in Engineering Physics, a Ph.D. in Experimental Nuclear Physics and the experience of a 37-year career in defence electronics, Dr Jim Mason is well equipped to understand the particle forces that keep our universe from falling apart.
Nuclear physicist follows the evidence
What we need to kill debt addiction
Historically low interest rates have encouraged households and governments to cheaply fund their responsibilities through higher leveraging. The problem is that we cannot borrow or print new money (i.e. quantitative easing) forever.
What we need to kill debt addiction
Coral reefs blossom in cloudy water
Stirred up sediment speeds up Great Barrier Reef growth!
Coral reefs blossom in cloudy water
Wins could not cure hurts
Tennis legend Mary Pierce was looking for something to heal her wounded heart
Wins could not cure hurts
There’s no justice like angry mob justice
New Zealand gossip columnist Pebbles Hooper was publicly ostracised after tweeting about the deaths of Ashburton mother, Cindy George, and her three children. The family reportedly died after breathing exhaust fumes of a car left running inside a closed garage to 'keep the battery turning over'.
There’s no justice like angry mob justice
Late PM David Lange : dying made my life
When he was at the peak of his power as Prime Minister of New Zealand, David Lange was often depressed and drank too much. It was the long process of dying that straightened him out and, as he said, "made my life".
Late PM David Lange : dying made my life
A choice between vulnerability and selfishness
M. Scott Peck, author of The Road Less Travelled, once stated that we are all born narcissists and that our goal as we journey through life is to grow out of that narcissism, out of loving and living for ourselves.
A choice between vulnerability and selfishness
Stay on top of Windows 10 privacy
While Windows 10 is a free upgrade, Microsoft wants to make money getting you glued to their cloud services. This means that Microsoft is following the focus of Google and Facebook, for whom adverts and online services deliver profits.
High blood pressure the silent killer - Part 1
Hypertension
British Open winner keeps Scripture in mind
With verses of the Bible running through his head, Zach Johnson became one of only six golfers ever to win the Masters at Augusta and the British Open at St. Andrew's when he beat two others in playoffs for the coveted Claret Jug on July 20.
British Open winner keeps Scripture in mind

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