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  • Cystic fibrosis study shows bacterial evolution for the first time
    Cystic fibrosis study shows bacterial evolution for the first time
    Physicians and researchers have been fighting a continuing battle against invasive bacteria that can cause the development of complications in people that have cystic fibrosis. Dr. Pradeep Singh with University of Washington School of Medicine and...
  • Study shows lice in the U. S. are becoming more resistant to treatments
    Study shows lice in the U. S. are becoming more resistant to treatments
    At least 25 of the 50 states in the United States have lice that have mutated to become resistant to the chemicals that are used to kill lice in agriculture and to lice treatments that are most frequently used for people. Dr. Kyong Yoon with the...
  • Cats are better than dogs, and here's why
    Cats are better than dogs evolutionarily, according to new research
    The battle over whether dogs, or cats, are better has always divided the animal-loving community – or, at least, those who love dogs and cats. Each side has all its own reasons for saying that one is better than the other, and oftentimes,...
  • Unique yeast evolutionary events made lager beer history
    Unique yeast evolutionary events made lager beer history
    The unique mutation of two extremely different strains of yeast at two separate times in history made lager beer possible. About 94 percent of the beer made and consumed in the world is lager. The unique evolutionary events that made beer better...
  • Bill Nye not shy and undeNYEably classy answering mean tweets from critics
    Bill Nye not shy and undeNYEably classy answering mean tweets from critics
    In a recent video, entitled "Bill Nye Reading Mean Tweets", The Science Guy, answers his often foul-mouthed critics on Twitter. The former mechanical engineer, turned Disney science superstar, is not shy, at age 59, about wading into the...
  • Stomach acidity evolved to prevent food poisoning
    Stomach acidity evolved to prevent food poisoning
    Mammals and birds developed the production of acid in their stomach as a first line of defense against microorganisms in their food that could produce disease by destroying the normal population of bacteria in the animal’s gut. DeAnna...
  • Dr. Bruce Lipton
    The Grand Convergence at Agape with Dr. Bruce Lipton
    “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” -Mother TeresaWhether it is a series of repetitive doomed-from-the-beginning relationships, perpetual financial despair, or chronic...
  • Earthrise
    God is the beginning and the end
    Evolutionists are at it again. They are changing the evolutionary history of man. They started out with the single cell theory, progressed to the monkey theory, moved on to society started in Africa, and then to a set of so called human remains...
  • JewishEugenicsReichler
    Eternal Jewish Eugenics
    The popular impression is that the eugenics movement was a racist, anti-Semitic Nazi ideology inspired by Anglo-American elites. But this assumption is false! The first stages of plant and animal-breeding mark the end of the hunter-gatherer period...
  • Cats can control the minds of mice
    Cat urine contains a chemical that 'controls' mice
    Cats and mice. Cat and mouse. Games of cat and mouse. Everybody knows about cats and mice; it's a stereotype that comes from the fact that cats chase mice, because mice are among domestic cats' primary prey. They're good meals, and...
  • DonaldJohansonEthiopia
    Adamic snafu
    According to the Judeo-Christian Bible, there are only 76 generations of people from the first human (Adam) to Jesus Christ! Abraham was born approximately 2000 years after Adam’s creation, a time span covered in just 20 generations! The...
  • "Let Go" (2015, beads and embroidery on canvas) by Stephanie Hirsch
    Butterflies symbolize personal growth in Stephanie Hirsch's latest show
    The Lyons Wier Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting a collection of work by Stephanie Hirsch for an exhibition titled Awakening. For her third solo show at the gallery, Hirsch offers several works on canvases in the shape of butterflies that...
  • GKC
    The everlasting debate
    The prolific British author and favorite Christian apologist of everyone who’s anyone, G. K. (Gilbert Keith) Chesterton, died on this day in 1936.Chesterton was an imposing man – he stood 6’4″ and weighed well over 300...
  • HitlerChrist
    Adolf Hitler: The Christian Creationist
    The PZ Myers and Richard Dawkins websites prove that Adolf Hitler was a “Christian Creationist”. Hitler considered himself a Christian and historians know that the accusations of Hitler being an atheist are as patently false as they...
  • The divisive force of language
    About Time, part four: The evolution of Language – Science versus the Bible
    In previous columns in this series, we’ve looked at the clashes between the creation account and the Big Bang, between the Exodus account and biblical skeptics, and the biblical record of the Israelites’ history versus the historical...
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