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The problem, of course, is that GMOs face increasing scrutiny, as more and more studies begin to trickle through the Maginot Line of corporate science, studies questioning not only the health and environmental impact of GMOs, but also questioning their cost-to-benefit ratios over the long haul, versus their natural counterparts… 500 more words

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Bonnie banks of Loch Lommond.

Runrig featuring The Tartan Army.

They say ye cannae be ah real Scot an no get goosebumbs fae this.

There are two theories behind this old song. 81 more words


World Trip 1999-2000: Day 94 Edinburgh, Scotland

Highlights: Edinburgh Castle, Scotish Crown Jewels, Underground vaults

We got into Edinburgh just before 12 noonand managed to find a reasonable hostel that wasn’t on our map. 262 more words


World Trip 1999-2000: Day 93 Glasgow, Scotland

Highlights: City Chambers, Stirling’s Library, Glasgow Cathedral, St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art, People’s Palace

Had a very interrupted night’s sleep as one of our room mates was sick and coughing all night.   308 more words


World Trip 1999-2000: Day 92 Carlisle to Glasgow, Scotland

Highlights: Carlisle Castle

After an excellent night’s sleep in the B&B we headed for Carlisle Castle.  The Castle is till in use by the local government and the inner sectionwas still used by the army until the 1970s.   93 more words


Kristeena in Edinburgh DAY 4

Today was GREAT! We left campus at 8:00 am to get to the Scottish Parliament Building which is glorious and well designed. We got to tour the building in the afternoon but I’m skipping ahead to describing it because it was just that awesome. 760 more words

I just noticed that I have had over 2000 visits!  

I don’t think that’s so bad when I only started this page in January 2015. 356 more words