FEATURED IMAGE: Saturn and its rings. I know that this huge planet is a favorite of many of our members. Hat tip to Phil Plait: what a fantastic grayscale…Continue
I enjoy controversy, it allows for thought. When I post I tend to post items that will create dialogue this is something I do on my own community, I may not necessarily agree with the post but if it enables us to discuss then I am all for it. Perse
As people are faced with crises from every angle, tossed into the midst of human-made tragedies and natural calamities, they ask, "Where is God?" As traditional securities crumble then do we…Continue
This is the danger of fundamental thinking.Persephone
Says the show is part of the plan of "the enemy"— presumably Satan.
This “half” man is biting the hand that has fed him millions.
Less than two years after Charlie Sheen was booted from “Two and a Half Men,” his co-star, …
Actually,this came to me in the form of a dream, but when I woke up I thought it was worth pursuing somemore about it. I saw "in my dream" my name in bold letters, papers behind it, and next to it to the left, many I.D cards.
This was something I really never thought about. To be truthful, I have always wanted to blend in; to melt into crowds or not to even be noticed in smaller groups.
But, for some reason, maybe my rebellious personality coming through, it never quite…Continue
This edition will be an all-biology edition. I have been unable to keep up with general science news and blog writing as I would like to do, but fortunately, the “obstacle” was actually doing science so I’m not complaining. Biology is my comfort zone and I can process information and write much faster if I stick to it. So you’re getting a Bio Fix today. My apologies…Continue
José "Pepe" Mujica, 77, is possibly the world's most atypical politician. He used to be an urban guerrilla fighter and spent 14 years in prison during the military dictatorship in the 70s, 80s. A few years after his release from prison (amnesty was granted to political prisoners after the dictatorship ended and democracy returned), he was elected to Congress and then became a member of the Uruguayan Senate. He has been President since 2010 (Uruguay has 5 year Presidential terms). He does not…Continue