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Edgar Mitchell

It was sad to hear of the death of former US astronaut Edgar Mitchell last week. In the days when the Apollo on-board computers didn’t have the processing power of even a modern pocket calculator, it took more than just nerve and bravery to head out into space with the goal of landing on the Moon and returning safely to Earth. 677 more words


The Suicide of Thought

It is idle to talk always of the alternative of reason and faith. Reason is itself a matter of faith. It is an act of faith to assert that our thoughts have any relation to reality at all. 86 more words



A lot of theists like to claim morality as some awesome argument for god that can’t be refuted but alas, I’m here to do just that. 563 more words


Yes. This is an orange. Mention that to the well meaning, everyday Ghanaian and he will shower you with wholehearted trust. And I am the bringer of great gyfts and myrrh to those who faithfully follow and trust the one who sent me. 118 more words


Dr Axe and a Misguided Fear of Pigs

Growing up Adventist meant that pig meat was taboo. Like Muslims and Jews, Seventh Day Adventists believe that God’s dietary instructions to Moses in the Old Testament are still valid today.  1,270 more words


Do You Really Believe That?!?

While going to college I worked in a quality control lab on campus, the space rented by a nutritional supplement company. There was an eclectic group of scientists that worked there running regular tests and maintaining the analytical equipment. 2,176 more words

Personal Essay

mutated and organic

Just when you thought it was safe to eat all-natural, organic, everything-free food … when you thought it was okay to buy crops grown in sunny fields and harvested by laughing, healthy family farmers wearing all-cotton overalls … … 261 more words