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Anti-vaccination nutballs now refusing Vitamin K for their children, as well

Over a single 8-month period, seven infants were admitted to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt for treatment of either cranial or intestinal hemorrhaging due to vitamin K deficiency bleeding (VKDB)…

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The Intelligent-Life Lottery

Almost 20 years ago, in the pages of an obscure publication called Bioastronomy News, two giants in the world of science argued over whether SETI — the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence — had a chance of succeeding. 47 more words


WORLD | Taking on Goliath | Marvin Olasky | Aug. 23, 2014

Cynthia Wenz has been an event planner, a wedding coordinator, an accountant, an entrepreneur, and general manager for two of Houston’s largest postproduction facilities. She also had three abortions. 165 more words

USA News

WORLD | Junk DNA and Darwinian blind spots | Dick Peterson | Aug. 16, 2014

Why do the Darwinists rage? More to the point, why do they “ up the blogosphere with their denunciations,” as Discovery Institute’s Jonathan Wells puts it, when five years of ENCODE Project (Encyclopedia of DNA Elements) research concludes that at least 80 percent of our DNA is functional? 58 more words

World Religions

RISING ocean mercury levels: Pro-seafood industry organization feels the heat & warns journalists that “Unscientific extrapolation is not only a violation of journalism standards…”

The U.S. pro-seafood industry organization The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) has earlier this month (August 8) released a ‘media alert’ to ‘warn’ journalists about a new study published in… 416 more words


investment day, or 'faerie' training ...

Starting to save funds and become a new share holder/owner. On October 18, I will be watching for a reduction in share prices, to take advantage of (caused by green?) protesters who don’t like their banks’ energy investments: 187 more words