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More Atheists Shout It From the Rooftops
Two months ago, a small atheist organization put an ad out saying “Don’t Believe in God? You Are Not Alone." The group found that they had a problem. The problem was not that the group (Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry) attracted any hostility. It was exactly the opposite. They were completely unprepared for the response. More than 100 people showed up for their most recent public meeting, causing the board members to discuss whether it was time to find a larger place. According to the article, parents are now asking for family-oriented programs where they could meet "like-minded nonbelievers." “Is everyone in favor of sponsoring a picnic for humanists with families?” asked the board president, Jonathan Lamb, a 27-year-old meteorologist, eliciting a chorus of “ayes.” More than ever, America’s atheists are linking up and speaking out. Internet groups and meet-ups are growing in number every day, all over the country. They are volunteering, petitioning, and just discussing their beliefs with each other. The article goes on to explain that these new Athiest groups are trying to "liken their strategy to that of the gay-rights movement, which lifted off when closeted members of a scorned minority decided to go public." “It’s not about carrying banners or protesting,” said Herb Silverman, a math professor at the College of Charleston who founded the Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry, which has about 150 members on the coast of the Carolinas. “The most important thing is coming out of the closet.” Full article: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/27/us/27atheist.html
Apple has confirmed the launch of four iPhones |Haqeeqat ki Dunya
Apple has now given everyone a big surprise But iPhone 13 leaks have exposed some massive new upgrades. the company has confirmed its new iPhones just days before they launch.  Apple ended the game in a new FCC filing for its MegaSafe charger. Apple has listed four new iPhone models in this filing, and even all models of the iPhone 12 have been described as “hereditary” devices. The filing suggests that another version of the MegSafe charger is coming – but the big advantage is the test devices. With the A2176 (iPhone 12 Mini), A2172 (iPhone 12), A2341 (iPhone 12 Pro) and A2342 (iPhone 12 Pro Max), all Apple has classified it as a “legacy phone”. Everyone’s attention is focused on the four “new iPhones”. Apple says it has also completed tests of new iPhones. Their models include the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Mini (despite the relatively low sales of their predecessors) and are expected to have model numbers A2628, A2634, The A2640 and A2645 will carry. However, Apple is expected to offer some major upgrades, including improved cameras, improved battery life, faster charging, Next-Gen Wi-Fi and smaller markings. For iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max buyers, they will also get a 5G, 120Hz Pro Motion display and double the storage. The most anticipated upgrade, however, was scrapped. That said, don’t expect this to reduce demand. Apple CFO Luca Maestri has already warned of supply constraints that “will primarily impact iPhone and iPad” this quarter and there are also claims of last minute price hikes. So, with the new iPhone launch just days away, Apple fans will need to act fast or face the consequences.