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Fourteen: Jimapples

Laura stood on the tips of her toes, straining to reach her paintbrush just as high as it would go. Everywhere her brush swished and dabbed, the monster’s creetrock skin glowed like new, protecting the ancient beast from wind and rain and sun. 3,269 more words

Post-apocalyptic

2018-07(Jul)-26-Thu-1618

(I am not yet satisfied with the current state of this entry. But as always, this log is more draft than final product.)

In order to fully understand my own position on contemporary debates, I question my own position. 533 more words

Primates On Typewriters

From GM Potatoes to Glyphosate: Regulatory Delinquency and Toxic Agriculture

Food and environment campaigner Dr Rosemary Mason has just produced the report ‘Shockingly high levels of weedkiller found in popular breakfast cereals marketed for British children’. 1,638 more words

Opinion

Random Thoughts, Collection 2: Should I Make a Dragon?

Oh, I’m sure they would sell like hotcakes if I did.  However, even if I started tomorrow, you probably wouldn’t see results for another twenty years, at least six of which would be spent in school (I’ll need both M.S. 1,454 more words

Opinion Pieces

Myles Power: Putting the 'Science' into 'Forensic Science' with Plenty of Sass

Myles Power
Pseudoscience Debunker and Science Advocate

On YouTube at powerm1985

I was introduced to Mr. Myles Power’s work by my boyfriend, Adam, who probably sold it to me as “a charming British man who talks a lot about conspiracy theories.” 714 more words

Review

Is Your Faith GMO?

Today, we hear so much about genetically modified food; but let’s talk about our faith and if that has become the equivalent of genetically modified in the spiritual realm. 615 more words

Christian Life

No, a New Paper Does Not Show That Glyphosate Is Harming Honey Bees

New study published in reputable journal finds that Monsanto’s global weedkiller harms #HoneyBees. The paper ‘#Glyphosate perturbs the gut microbiota of honey bees’ reports that bees fed glyphosate at concentrations chosen to mimic environmental levels lose beneficial gut bacteria, which then leaves them vulnerable to deadly infections. 113 more words

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