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Don't Ignore New Ancestor Discoveries

We found potential new ancestors—just by looking at your DNA.

A month after my brother’s AncestryDNA results came in I started seeing New Ancestor Discoveries. 682 more words

Brick Walls

Mercator vs Gall-Peters

Yesterday, I read an(other) article about how Mercator maps have been “lying” to us about the sizes of countries and continents. It’s one of many articles written on the topic–often accompanied with a clip from West Wing (you know which one) and a proposal to replace Mercator projection with Gall-Peters. 954 more words

Thoughts

Peter’s First and Second Epistles

Peter is writing to those whom have obtained precious faith to let them know of his coming death to give them something in writing about the great and precious promises they have received through Jesus Christ and be reminded that they may be partakers of the divine nature because they have escaped corruption in this world that was brought on by lust. 1,813 more words

For Christians

Representative Scott Peters Plays Critical Role in House Sit In

June 22, 2016 (WASHINGTON) The mass shooting in Orlando might have changed the nature of politics in Washington. This has been unprecedented. House Democrats, led by Congressman John Lewis, have staged a sit in in the House. 425 more words

Listening, Eyes Open, World Glistening

A man sat in a park

On a bench under a tree

His head in his hands,

His heart on his sleeve.

It was a sticky summer day… 276 more words

Douglas

Why Roger Never Cried (Novella)

*PDF version available for download here: Why Roger Never Cried by Evan Douglas Peters

CHAPTER 1:

There was a drought. All of the water had been sucked up by the sun. 9,943 more words

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Gunnar John Zanzucchi

Gunnar John Zanzucchi has always known how to get on my nerves. We’re practically brothers (he was a customer of my mom’s daycare business from the time he was in diapers until he was old enough to be an employee); antagonizing each other is a profession that we were born into. 993 more words

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