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Entangled

Title: Entangled
Author: Barbara Ellen Brink
Genre: Mystery
Length: 332 pages

It was the title that got me, with its spindly lettering. Then the grape leaves mysteriously hiding the heroine.  456 more words

Reviews

DNA you didn't get

DNA is a fascinating topic for genealogy, and an increasingly popular one as well.  I’m talking here about autosomal DNA – not the father-to-son (Y chromosome) or mother-to-daughter (mitochondrial) DNA that goes back to forever.  248 more words

Stories

Life lessons from a marshmallow

Esau and Jacob were the fraternal twin sons of Isaac and Rebekah. Esau, who was firstborn, was destined to receive the firstborn inheritance which amounted to twice that of the other children. 576 more words

News

found you lacking

Across the sea of time, tossed was the message within a bottle floating in isolated passage until resting on a distant shore; found, the content viewed revealing to the recipient, a forgotten life surrendered to the depths of watery grave. 147 more words

Taking Over

Writing a video game or a screensaver just isn’t as cool if you can’t take over the screen.  So here’s a quickie about how to do that.  2,150 more words

Art And Animation

If the past is a foreign country, cricket's history is an overseas tour

On Saturday I went to Lord’s with my older son for the first time. There, we met my Dad and, three generations together, spent a day watching England play India. 1,355 more words

History

Genetics

Mid-1800s Czechoslovakia: My ancestors are still considering

birthing my grandparents; Friar Johann Gregor Mendel

experiments on his 28,000 edible pea plants.

Each develops their own theory of inheritance. 7 more words

Observations