Can Google Solve the Death Problem?

Can Google Solve the Death Problem?

Sunday, April 20, 2014
| Matthew 28:1-10

Google announced late last year that they have a new project: solving death. Hasn’t that been done already?

Certain questions keep us awake at night, tossing and turning as we search for answers. Questions such as: Just how long will a Twinkie last?

Yes, these are the big questions, questions of life and death. In case you are wondering:

A Twinkie has a life expectancy of just 25 days, contrary to the myth that they last forever.

Is it "duct tape" or "duck tape"? Even though the tape is commonly used on ducts, the original name is "duck tape." It was developed during World War II for soldiers to use to waterproof their ammo cans. Soldiers called it "duck tape" because it forced moisture to flee "like water off a duck's back."

Why can I have only 3.4 ounces of liquid in my carry-on? Surely you have wondered about that one. The answer is that officials have done tests and determined that more than 3.4 ounces of liquid explosive can critically damage a plane. So finish that 12-ounce soda and don't make any trouble!

What is the next disease we are going to cure? Probably polio. New cases of polio...


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