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I have spent most of the day writing.  I added another 20 pages to my manuscript.  I got it all the way up to the reason why my forensics lab tech wanted to see my detective before I took a break for supper.  195 more words

6 Fascinating Advances in Forensic Science

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Forensic science is a captivating topic, as evidenced by the droves of television shows and movies that dabble in the theme. 735 more words


Execution, Forensics, Faith, and Saints: Getting to Know the Grand Duchess Maria


          My fascination with the Romanovs began in 1995, although it lay dormant for twenty years. In 1995 The New Yorker magazine published a piece on the forensic and DNA identification of the nine bodies found in a forest in the Urals near the Russian city of Ekaterinburg close to the boundary between Europe and Asia. 1,052 more words

Book Reviews

Personal Sins Require the Cross, Institutional Sins Only Need Policy

Here’s why the talk of systemic sin and social salvation comes up short. It underestimates the gravity of sin and the significance of the remedy. Consider R. 325 more words

Spirituality Of The Church

National Chemistry Week - Solving Mysteries Through Chemistry

It’s National Chemistry Week! This year’s theme is “Solving Mysteries Through Chemistry,” so today we have a roundup of past blog posts about how nanotechnology is used in forensics. 189 more words


Victory for KIS: Speech and Debate

During the two-day span of October 14th to October 15th, KAIAC held its very first forensics competition and of course, KIS Speech and Debate team was there for one reason and one reason only – to conquer. 302 more words


Episode 36: Hello, Is It Me You're Looking For?

The legend of “The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs” is one of the most widely circulated, well known urban legends in modern history. This week we ask why this story has such staying power and how it relates to real, documented crimes. 178 more words