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Americans are more skeptical of their doctors than are Europeans. Instapundit: YEAH, BUT THEY’RE NOT JOURNALISTS NOW, THEY’RE DEMOCRATIC OPERATIVES WITH BYLINES: Bob Woodward: Today’s Journali ... discuss

How much more people? Bunkerville - Obama DHS Now EXPEDITING Visa Requests From Ebola-Infected Countries Wondering how Thomas Eric Duncan was able to enter the U.S. while suffering from Ebola? He ... discuss

I'm not fond of Ann Coulter, conservative or not. That's not to say she isn't very, very smart. Quotes from her article - WE'LL TELL YOU HOW DANGEROUS EBOLA IS AFTER THE ELECTION Why, precisely, mu ... discuss

 More Embryonic Stem Cell Hype, Less Reality and Ethics By David Prentice Dr. David PrenticeExcitement over a newly-released paper on stem cells making insulin is a tribute to th ... discuss

Excitement over a newly-released paper on stem cells making insulin is a tribute to the Harvard stem cell Press Office. The actual report is quite a bit less earth-shaking than you might be led to be ... discuss

Excitement over a newly-released paper on stem cells making insulin is a tribute to the Harvard stem cell Press Office.   The actual report is quite a bit less earth-shaking than you might be led ... discuss

 UCSF Pioneers On-Line Abortion Course By Randall K. O’Bannon, NRL Director of Education & Research Jody SteinauerWith their promotion of web-cam abortions in the United States and ... discuss

We all know about various physical and mathematical constants. The natural log e, pi, Planck time, etc. Here’s a link to a bunch more.  That’s a lot of constants for a post-modern world. ... discuss

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This is the third part in this five part series. For part one, go here. For part two, click here.In blogger Brandon Christen's third part of his series, he responds to an argument from rights. The arg ... discuss

Many times, the Church paints an image of Jesus that is effeminate, weak, defeated, and docile; begging to be received by sinners.  Yet Scripture paints a different picture. It shows a God who is ... discuss

  By Wesley J. Smith A mouse embryo injected with cells made pluripotent through stress, tagged with a fluorescent protein.Photo: Haruko Obokata Buried deep in an encouraging story about another ... discuss

Yes, it's that time of year again. Christmastide is approaching it's festive conclusion, punctuated by the Twelfth Night revelry. And, of course, that means that it's time, once again, for my traditio ... discuss

As might be expected, today’s abortion news feed was a clean sweep for Texas. All ten headlines carried stories of yesterday’s judicial ruling—which blocked some of Texas’ new ... discuss

As might be expected, today’s abortion news feed was a clean sweep for Texas. All ten headlines carried stories of yesterday’s judicial ruling—which blocked some of Texas’ new ... discuss

 Another amazing stem cell advance that you won’t hear about from the BBCBy Dr. Peter Saunders Editor’s note. Dr. Saunders is a former general surgeon and is CEO of Christian Medi ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to the Social Conservative Review. Dear Friend: On Tuesday, we celebrated Constitution Day, when our nation annually is called to remember that our country is grounded in a wr ... discuss

Strutting off into America's Heart of Darkness.… Read the restThe post Minnie Mouse Weeps for Miley Cyrus appeared first on L.I.I.S. Online.… Read the restThe post Minnie Mouse Weeps for M ... discuss

   Here come woman fathers and male mothers by Wesley J. Smith ... discuss

Another great, no nonsense, no Mickey Mouse gloves confrontation of lazy, conformist bishops of the US from Michael Voris!   For the self-centered feel-good, pseudo-defender of the Church, who ... discuss

This is big news in the stem cell arena. Scientists from China have reprogrammed adult mouse cells to a pluripotent state with a few chemicals. Previously, researchers used genes inserted into th ... discuss

Our Lady of Guadalupe is everywhere in the Southwest. I have even seen her image over a bar next to a velvet Elvis painting. She is of course in chapels but people also name schools and businesses a ... discuss

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How often we are told by "the scientists" that those outside the field have no business telling them what to--and more particularly, what not--to do. And yet, again and again and again, we learn that ... discuss

Like our Facebook page and then you can leave your questions for other Q and A Thursdays! Q.  What are your favorite books for the preschool age, and why? I have listed many of our favorites with so ... discuss

National Review, along with the AP and others are now reporting on the story of Shawn Moore who posted a photo of his son Josh holding a gun on Facebook which prompted someone to report him ... discuss

Legend has it that about 1,500 years ago Patrick, a native Briton of Roman parents, was stranded on the tiny island of Ynys Badrig, also known as Middle Mouse, off the north-east coast of Anglesey, no ... discuss

There has been a tremendous breakthrough in Down syndrome cognitive research. Using mice with a version of Down syndrome, they have successfully treated some of the hyper-stimulation of the brain whic ... discuss

Luke 2:1-14  Think Small(Click here for readings)While they were in Bethlehem, the time came for Mary to have her child, and she gave birth to her firstborn son.  She wrapped him in swaddlin ... discuss

  “Twas’ 11 days before Christmas, around 9:38 When 20 beautiful children stormed through Heaven’s gate. Their smiles were contagious, th ... discuss

'twas 11 days before Christmas around 9:38 when 20 beautiful children stormed thru Heaven's gate. Their smiles were contagious, their laughter filled the air. They could hardly believe all the beaut ... discuss

As a child, I remember watching “The Mouse on the Mayflower” on TV a few times. But I’ve looked in vain for it ever since. This year I searched for and found it on Youtube. It is a 4 ... discuss

I've spent the last couple of weeks in some mental gymnastics.  I've got a lot going on with just every day life.  Sometimes it feels as though my entire life is just zipping by and I barely ... discuss

The October 22 issue of The Weekly Standard magazine features a lengthy article about pro-life activist Randall Terry. Writer Matt Labash spent a week with Terry, his family, and Terry’s band of ... discuss

I asked my children what they thought I should say about this topic and they chuckled.  ”Introducing?  Really?  Is there that much to it?  Here’s a computer mouse.  Use it.  You̵ ... discuss

The State Dep’t told the Benghazi office to stop asking for beefed up security- and also, they knew it was a premeditated terrorist attack almost immediately, and continued to lie to us about it ... discuss

There has been a lot of talk about Dr. Yamanaka and his work on induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) since he won the Nobel Prize earlier this week.  There have been some rumblings that pr ... discuss

The man that envisioned a better way than destroying human embryos to get embryonic-like stem cells has won the Nobel Prize for Medicine. Dr. Shinya Yamanaka developed the technique to take an ad ... discuss

Scientists have been working in mouse models to transform body cells into induced pluripotent stem cells, and from there into sperm and eggs. Researchers in Kyoto, Japan have been able to use the ... discuss

Several marketing consultants who write books, make taping solutions, do workshops, get interviewed within the radio and explain to other companies the way to do it far better, tell us which marketing ... discuss

  Stress will kill you–don’t let it!   A young lady confidently walked around the room while leading and explaining stress management to an audience with a raised glass of water. ... discuss

Be aware on all laptops that help you a great deal presently or in future, in selecting the computer division's first employees. He eventually became general manager but left in January, 2005, to beco ... discuss

Contact: Charles Joseph, 586-596-8096, virtuesforest@gmail.com BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 4, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Tanya Shock and Roger Thomson, debut with a 24-page picture book that introduce ... discuss

Abortionist James Pendergraft arrives at Orlando Women’s Center in the summer of 2011. Pendergraft owns a chain of five abortion centers in Florida that specialize in late-trm abortions. (Cl ... discuss

  From: dbrk Sent: Monday, August 27, 2012 Subject: Only in TEXAS! Dan Roberts recorded this last night.  Let's see how fast it goes viral.    Left Click Your Mouse He ... discuss

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We have spoken before about how the "Wonderful World of Disney" uses its programs to indoctrinate children into accepting sexual perversion.  The following videos discuss this a little more.One t ... discuss

So the DHM and crew are making their terrifically large batch of freezer meals this week. Some day, I hope to be able to do freezer cooking sessions of that magnitude. These days, though, are full of ... discuss

The following article is from Kelly Clinger who was once an extra on the Mickey Mouse Club and a background vocalist for Britney Spears.  Kelly met Jesus in 2003 after years of hearta ... discuss

Now, when you find yourself writing your posts, it is advisable to create them using one of the two techniques head. If you utilize the earliest process, then you could literally allow them to have 90 ... discuss

I post stories such as this from time to time to counter the lies told by many within the animal rights movement that animal research offers no value. Scientists looking for a malaria vaccine have di ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> ONT size=5>Facts About Voter Fraud article source: http://conservativesnow.com/fighting-voter-fraud/fight-voter-fraud Voter ... discuss

I came home late Monday and have settled in to a hospital bed in what we call the music room - a parlor with our piano and baskets of sheet music.  We have no bedrooms on the first floor and sta ... discuss

Saturday night movie with Atticus: Everything Must Go. On Netflix, you can find it listed under comedies. That's comic. Not a comedy. Will Ferrell is seriously good, movie is seriously touching. ... discuss

A similar version of this blog post was published in the letters section of my local paper, The Chronicle of Centralia, Washington on June 27, 2012.  Despite some local references, I th ... discuss

Giuseppe Bezzuoli 1784 – 13 September 1855Saint Thomas More hears his death sentence DrawingWe do not see the handsome and vigorous More of the paintings of Holbein the Younger.We see a man who has ... discuss

Good morning. Protestant and the Theotokos. See, for liberals … whose motivations are unquestionably (unlike conservatives) in the right place, laws are kinda like guidelines, so who needs ca ... discuss

My piece at First Things, today: With something like horror I realized that I—the news junkie whose earliest memories involve sitting on the floor, transfixed as Nancy Dickerson read the afternoon h ... discuss

"Tough Love" from The Ryskind Sketchbook Jonah Goldberg has a nice reaction. This is a big deal beyond the presidential election or even the issue of public sector unions. Conservatives have ... discuss

Paid advertising promotions are increasingly becoming the key source of pay for traffic. With regards to working a pay-per-click profile be it Pay per click, Milliseconds Ad Heart, or Aol Search Engi ... discuss

101 Answers to the Summertime, “Mom, I’m Bored” Blues My sweet friend the Church Mouse reviewed my summertime activity book on her blog- check out what she said! Sherry at Semicolon ... discuss

Of all the tortures concocted in Guantanamo Bay to squeeze the turban size of Osama Bin Laden from his former haberdasher none can compare to exposing the bloodthirsty terrorist to a high school talen ... discuss

The recession has stood a bump on effects on everyone, for some reason as well as other. The simple truth is you may be jobless, self-utilized or utilized, there’s no question that some extra ha ... discuss

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It's not just me. Do an image search for "Obama halo" and see what comes up. DOZENS of different pictures of Obama with a halo. Sometimes it's his O logo from his campaign. (By the way, that O logo is ... discuss

In the 1458 pages of which Blessed More's English "Workes", published A. D. 1557, consist, there is a short treatise on the Blessed Sacrament. It was composed by him in the Tower of London A. D., 1534 ... discuss

Small businesses have an straightforward way to extend credit score to their buyers: apply online for a merchant services accounts and accept major bank cards such as Visa and MasterCard. Through acqu ... discuss

I am excited to announce that there is a new format for PM Notes.  It has been about a year and a half since the last major update to formatting.  This new format brings a much cleaner look ... discuss

Bible: The Beginner's Bible To be used judicuously with a grown-up version without pictures. Start in the beginning and read aloud. Genesis is a very interesting book, you know. Also, The Equuschi ... discuss

Typically the origins of the come in the requirement of recognition with the black audience in late the particular Sixties. We were holding buying cinema that will reflected their day to day life and ... discuss

I have not commented to date on the shooting of a young black man by an Hispanic community watch volunteer in Florida for the following reason.Early media accounts of incidents like this are extremely ... discuss

Pics here. Would have loved to be there, but I had to be at my parish with my family for Divine Mercy Sunday.  (We were readers.) At the reception downstairs, I had the good fortune to meet one of m ... discuss

By Kelleigh Nelson April 6, 2012 NewsWithViews.com THE CULTURE OF DEATH To cure the genocide of real weapons of war in other lands, and yet sustain the medic ... discuss

With anyone currently being so dependent upon pc’s to execute a variety of responsibilities like, online video media croping and editing, image construction, residence pattern, facts storage dev ... discuss

Been able Services publication rack company businesses that supply trades-people which has a company to manage facts like invoicing and information technology, it’s because trades-people working ... discuss

I stood in the reception of your office meeting where by I talked lately when an person in attendance strolled up and talked about sometimes, a person harmless query. InchWith all the current levels o ... discuss

Today, Toshiba is an inbuilt provision for recovery within the toshiba mini pci card drivers, Toshiba laptop will have its own unique specification and features. Starting from the toshiba mini pci car ... discuss

I know many of you own GUNS but this is something to think about…— If you don’t have a gun, and are a little apprehensive about owning one, here’s a more humane way to wreck s ... discuss

There’s huge nonsense currently on the internet Advertising and the potency of Ppc marketing and advertising. I’m going to check out some essentials of the marketing technique, including t ... discuss

1 April AD 1582?By most accounts, almost nothing stood out about young Fere. Indeed, the birth of this seventh son of one Septum Fillus is lost completely to history. Only apocryphal accounts remain, ... discuss

The subtitle of my book, A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy, is The Human Cost of the Animal Rights Movement.  Case in point: Airlines are foolishly acceding to PETA’s pressure not to transport m ... discuss

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have announced they have found stem cells in ovaries that may be able to generate egg cells.  It was previously thought that women are born with ... discuss

Gingrich Slams Media on Limbaugh Focus. With Extreme, brainwashed Leftists such as David Gregory, of Meet the Depressed, there is no compromise. This man has demonstrated that he cannot take in a new ... discuss

Staten Island, NY — Priests for Life, a New York-based international pro-life organization of Catholic clergy and laity, today announced that any and all U.S. citizens who are opposed to the un ... discuss

  From: - Fr. Frank Pavone Sent: Monday, February 27, 2012 Subject: We're Taking Obama to Court! Your Voice Counts! We're Taking Obama's "Abortion Mandate" To ... discuss

The artist is Jon McNaughton. The title of this painting is The Forgotten Man. And yes, that is Obama stepping on the U.S. Constitution while the preceding presidents observe and the forgotten m ... discuss

The human cloning agenda has stalled because of what I call the “egg dearth.”  Here’s what I mean: Each try at somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) cloning to manufacture a human ... discuss

Hat Tip: BB Breitbart.tv: On his show Hardball with Chris Matthews yesterday, the MSNBC host provided thoughtful, in-depth analysis on what he called a “pathetic,” “unimportant” ... discuss

This is breaking news: A group of religious leaders is providing a united front on how President/Emperor Obama has violated religious rights with his mandate that health insurance must provide coverag ... discuss

Some may remember that back in November, Mrs. Pelosi proclaimed her love for the church but noted regretfully, “they have this conscience thing”s really in the way of where she thinks soci ... discuss

I once had a job as a killer.  Funny, but I never thought of it like that until now, 60 years later.  I had no sooner gotten my job with a pathologist at Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago than ... discuss

by AF "Tony" Branco: Tags: Barack Obama, Mickey Mouse, another vacation, Magic Kingdom, Disney World, Washington, D.C., vacation, big ears, don't know nothing, government , satire, political cartoon, ... discuss

Before we get into the toshiba laptop m45s331 and only Toshiba has the toshiba laptop m45s331 and manufacture tablet-style computers later this year. The brand Toshiba originated in Japan but is now w ... discuss

After killing off thousands of Keystone XL pipeline construction and manufacturing jobs, President Barack Obama headed to Disney World where he promptly shut down Main Street. ... discuss

After Rush Limbaugh interviewed Scott Walker yesterday, he returned after a commercial break and shared his thoughts on the significance of what is happening in Wisconsin.It's worth reading - "sanity ... discuss

Scott Walker was interviewed by Rush Limbaugh on his radio program Tuesday.Millions and millions of people heard Governor Walker discuss his success in Wisconsin and the Leftist, government union-back ... discuss

She’s going to need 30. Remember the book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie?  One thing logically leads to another.  That books is a perfect description of what I did just a few hours ago, only I& ... discuss

Brethren, I greet you for the third time today. I thought you would like to know the ten most visited pages in Vivificat during 2011: 1.  Twelve Differences Between the Orthodox and the Cath ... discuss

Library Journal Reviews offers an up-to-date look at the current science findings on pregnancy. Pincott, Jena. Do Chocolate Lovers Have Sweeter Babies?: The Surprising Science of Pregnancy. What a cha ... discuss

The Case of the Missing Mileage - “Contrary to common perception, the major automakers have produced large increases in fuel efficiency through better technology in recent decades. There’s ... discuss

Lord FalconerTop stories:Assisted suicide report from Falconer's stacked commission is worthless says SPUCThe report by Lord Falconer's self-styled commission on assisted suicide, funded by pro-deat ... discuss

Yes, it's that time of year again. Christmastide is approaching it's festive conclusion, punctuated by the Twelfth Night revelry. And, of course, that means that it's time, once again, for my traditio ... discuss

The headline seemed controversial, but I don’t think it is. Scientists have removed male germ cells from the testes of mice and transformed them into sperm, from whence they come in the normal ... discuss

Unless you favor dead people and Mickey Mouse voting in elections, you should be support voter ID. Anybody with a passport or driver's license has an ID and anyone can get a non-driver's photo ID ... discuss

Ron Paul is a disgrace.Video, from Breitbart.If Paul achieves the impossible and somehow becomes the Republican nominee for president, I wouldn't vote for him. I certainly wouldn't vote for Obama unde ... discuss

Used laptops are often brand specific, those who own a personal video recorder, or you simply want a gadget that will surely be missed with 80386-based notebooks. It announced a line of basic connecti ... discuss

I am beginning to believe that it is true that Americans in general have no idea about how things really are in the rest of the world.  For example, I am sure that many in the \"Occupy\" cro ... discuss

David Buerger, elections specialist with Wisconsin's Government Accountability Board, has some explaining to do when it comes the manner in which he conducts himself. Buerger is an employee of this al ... discuss

The thug culture in the Wisconsin unions should disturb every American.Kristi Lacroix is being mercilessly harassed for the sin of voicing her support for Governor Scott Walker. The unions thugs are a ... discuss

Mike Tate made the announcement we all knew would be coming. Adolph Hitler was confident. Mickey Mouse never doubted.The unions and other assorted Leftists claim to have enough signatures to force a r ... discuss

This is insane.An individual can sign petitions to recall Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch with a fake name. The Government Accountability Board has NO PROBLEM WITH THAT."Micke ... discuss

A Christmas Book by Joah Walsh Anglund Skipping Christmas, by John Grisham Madeleine L'Engle, The Twenty Four Days Before Christmas Tasha Tudor's The Night Before Christmas The Story of Christmas, pic ... discuss

From the Daily MailBy Douglas Carswell, MP Douglas Carswell MP At last a British Prime Minister has done it. Finally, a leader has been prepared to put the national interest first and say 'no'. The ... discuss

FROM THE PASTORDecember 11, 2011by Fr. George W. RutlerIn his address to the bishops of New York during their “ad limina” visit, which canon law mandates for every five years, Pope Benedic ... discuss

From the Gawker science blog io9 comes a particularly cool revelation about pregnancy that might seem apolitical at first glance, but holds powerful implications for one of the abortion movement’s ... discuss

From the Gawker science blog io9 comes a particularly cool revelation about pregnancy that might seem apolitical at first glance, but holds powerful implications for one of the abortion movement’s ... discuss

A Review: The Napoleons Autumn GetawayOf Reading ListsReagan Stories: Ed Meese Coming to OmahaPurposeful De-Construction: Planned Parenthood's Jaffe MemoDear Santa, Please Bring Me Light Bulbs!Incommu ... discuss

SPUC's staff have informed me that this weekend's edition of The Catholic Herald  - sold in just about every Catholic church in the United Kingdom - contains an advertising insert, addressed to " ... discuss

“But thou art he that took me out of the womb: thou didst make me hope when I was upon my mother’s breasts. I was cast upon thee from the womb: thou art my God from my mother’s belly.” ... discuss

What is Stem Cell Research? [1] Stem cells are an unspecialized cell from which all of the specialized cells of the organs of the body develop. This process of specializing cells for a specific functi ... discuss

In the 1950′s and ‘60′s the fluoridation of the public water supply was a hotly debated subject in the public forum. Fluoridated water was supposed to prevent dental caries and I was i ... discuss

Church Mouse turns one and has a free giveaway. ( (this has ended, but you can still tell Church Mouse happy birthday) TitusKeepers is donating all profits from tomorrow thru November 15th to be ... discuss

Tony Perkin's FRC Washington Update: For several months, FRC has been calling on Christians and other people of conscience to call for the release of Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, who has been tri ... discuss

Ethical stem cell research continues to advance.  The University of Wisconsin, Madison–where human ESCs were first derived–has found the IPSCs and ESCs are virtually identical. From the U ... discuss

Dana Milbank is not one of my favorite opinion writers; however, this column is actually recommended reading. Despite being aimed mostly at Republicans (as per usual), the sheer level of observation b ... discuss

A new report suggests that stimulating adult stem cells might treat baldness, growing hair on heads that are bare. Previous work has shown that adult stem cells are still present in the hair follicle ... discuss

Between the Tea Party wagging the Democrats' tail and Hillary peeking from behind the stage curtains, the tale of the Mouse and Elephant may yet be heard. -- rfh 2012 - Hil ... discuss

‘ This is the 5000th entry published on Secondhand Smoke. I started this blog at the suggestion of a friend, who opined correctly that my then Website was too static.  “If you want people ... discuss

Canadian scientists have published data that indicate exercise stimulates adult stem cells to form bone instead of fat. The scientists used a mouse model to study exercise effects on adult bone marrow ... discuss

Canadian scientists have published data that indicate exercise stimulates adult stem cells to form bone instead of fat. The scientists used a mouse model to study exercise effects on adult bone marro ... discuss

Most women ought to struggle with weight loss. Who wouldn’t especially if one is asked to try to to exercises that are strenuous and can eat up lots of your time? On the contrary, others follow ... discuss

Stress can stimulate production of new adult neural stem cells. An area of the brain known as the hippocampus responds to environmental conditions, including stress such as being held in isolation, a ... discuss

1 from the greatest challenge, when you are traveling anywhere within the globe, is to locate an automobile rental company that will provide dependable vehicle hiring services. The actual issue is th ... discuss

warren Buffet is aching to pay more tax. I doubt many of his rich friends are so inclined. Higher tax rates in the United Kingdom, Sweden and other high tax areas has led to the flight of capital and ... discuss

Scientists at Harvard today have published a new report in the journal Cell Stem Cell, showing that ordinary fibroblasts can be directly converted into functioning motor neurons. Starting with easily ... discuss

(part of this information was originally posted at Lifenews.com) A passel of scientific papers have recently reported the direct conversion of skin cells to nerve cells, without going through an inter ... discuss

Numerous previous studies have shown that adult stem cells can facilitate repair of damaged heart muscle. Now an Israeli team has developed a method to stimulate bone marrow adult stem cells to increa ... discuss

[h/t to JG for forwarding this.]\"I see that Old Queen Vic finally died.  Now that's the kind of an old gal I'd like to tie up with.\"  -The Duke as John Bernard Books in The Shootist&nbs ... discuss

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It is important to ensure that we be open to the needs of our neighbors, friends and family members during these stressful financial times. Advice is often worth the price it costs and is usually in ... discuss

Adult stem cell transplants are helping thousands of patients every year. Of the over 50,000 adult stem cell transplants per year, a little less than half use donor (“allogeneic”) adult s ... discuss

Motorola Xoom Tablet The iTab killer Motorola XooM Tablet Motorola Xoom is the latest tablets from motorola product-based operating-system from android version from the honey comb using prossessor du ... discuss

Dr Jerome Lejeune and his patients"It would take less effort to find a cure for Down syndrome than to send a man to the moon" wrote Dr Jerome Lejeune, the geneticist who in 1959 discovered Trisomy 21 ... discuss

There are a good deal of shoot ‘em up games, racing game titles, ATV and dirt bike game titles, also as games exactly where you develop objects, but golfers who are trying to find video games to app ... discuss

This topic is one that will probably be very complicated to the non-scientific mind, as with my own. So I will not attempt too much shop talk here, only a basic overview. But, even those of us withou ... discuss

Roxane Salonen, of Peace Garden Writer, invited me to do a guest post in her series on writers and the writing life. It's a summary of my journey so far, and the link is here.Since that post is a gene ... discuss

This post is the work of students at the 2011 Live Action Leadership Summit currently taking place. The students were encouraged to write about a hero in history who upheld the value of the human pers ... discuss

This post is the work of students at the 2011 Live Action Leadership Summit currently taking place. The students were encouraged to write about a hero in history who upheld the value of the human pers ... discuss

At least that is what The Scientist is calling them.  Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) are adult cells that have been reprogrammed back to a pluripotent state.  A pluripotent cell is simp ... discuss

Father Peter Nguyen Khai Rome, Italy,  (CNA).- “If I return now, they will throw me in jail and kill me.” These are the frank words that mark an encounter with Father Peter Nguyen Khai, a 41-ye ... discuss

Now it's all about cats: Here's an article from Mother Jones (I'm really bored, can't you tell?)Are Cats Bad for the Environment?— By Kiera ButlerMon Jul. 11, 2011 2:30 AM PDTA little black cat live ... discuss

The recent edition of Discover Magazine is reporting on new research that is showing that the human brain can regenerate after traumatic injury and it is proving that certain types of stimuli has had ... discuss

Actual comments made by Southern Troopers that were taken off their car videos: 1. “You know, stop lights don’t come any redder than the one you just went through.” 2. “Relax, the handcuffs ar ... discuss

Over the years, we've had our occasional run in with a variety of pests in and around our home.  We expect it, I guess, as there are so few natural predators to control the population.  I re ... discuss

One of the more charming things about living in a rural area is the occasional visitation by the odd field mouse. We've had one roaming around the house for some time now. Our cat thought it was a toy ... discuss

When I started Mary Meets Dolly nearly 6 years ago, I was one of the uneducated masses that unconsciously believed the stereotype that my Church was stuck in the past; that the Catholic Church ... discuss

A short while ago on plurk my friend Adoro started a discussion about zombies. My friend Christie posted her theory of zombies:Zombies are people who have succumbed to mortal sin. They are spiritually ... discuss

Found this via SFFaudio, as a free audio book from Random House. Here's the review that I wrote for them. I'm now listening to the second in the series, Red Glove which SFFaudio obtained as a review c ... discuss

Roby Brock rudely breaks news on my turf today – internal Republican Party of Arkansas gossip. Who does he think he is – a professional journalist or something? Anyway, according to Roby, current ... discuss

The cats are out of control. There’s like 15 of them, but I don’t even know. Anything more than one cat is too many if you’re more of a dog person. I’m not even a dog person, t ... discuss

article source: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/can-microsofts-windows-8-really-do-it-all/49789?tag=nl.e540 Uploaded to Youtube by Microsoft on Jun 1, 2011 "A first look at the new "Windows 8" user in ... discuss

2011 Exaudi Exaudi 2011 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord, Jesus Christ. Our text for this morning is taken from the Gospel just read, as well as the epistle text from 1 Peter. P ... discuss

                                  It's a Topsy TurvyWorld There is an old classic children's poemcalled Topsy ... discuss

A new report published online in Nature describes how Stanford scientists turned mouse skin cells directly into nerve cells, without any intermediate stem cell step. Starting with mouse skin cells in ... discuss

Go Directly to Nerves, Do Not Pass Pluripotency By David Prentice A new report published online in Nature describes how Stanford scientists turned mouse skin cells directly into nerve cells, without a ... discuss

Will There Be A Man of Sin?Someone contacted us last week advising that Min. G. Craig Lewis of EX Ministries is teaching there will be no one "man of sin", known as the Anti-Christ.  Instead, he ... discuss

Scientists at Stanford report that they can turn human skin cells directly into functioning nerve cells in the lab dish. The process does not involve an intermediate step of forming a stem cell, but d ... discuss

Scientists at Stanford report that they can turn human skin cells directly into functioning nerve cells in the lab dish. The process does not involve an intermediate step of forming a stem cell, but ... discuss

A short time ago blogger and author Rachel Held Evans wrote an article she titled “Thou Shalt Not Let Thyself Go?” She began it this way: “In my quest for biblical womanhood, I’ ... discuss

Bring Cinderella to life through the youth of Masque Theatre! If you have read this blog for any amount of time, you may have noticed that “the Arts” is important to me [u ... discuss

Welcome to The Flag Edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling! If you are new to ‘blog carnivals’, please read the link at the bottom of this post to find out more. This post has many links that t ... discuss

The following is by David A. Prentice, Ph.D., an internationally-recognized expert on stem cells.Stem cell research continues to move ahead. Not embryonic stem cell research, however, which relies on ... discuss

Stem cell research continues to move ahead. Not embryonic stem cell research, however, which relies on the destruction of young human life. After over 30 years of embryonic stem cell research, first w ... discuss

Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells) are adult cells that have been reprogrammed back to an embryonic-like (pluripotent) state without creating or destroying embryos.  Prolifers have been ... discuss

A recent mouse experiment showed that IPSCs stimulate tissue rejection in mice. From the story: In an unexpected setback to efforts to harness a promising new type of stem cell to treat diseases, res ... discuss

Lung stem cells have been discovered in rodents that could lead to disease treatments.  From the AP Story: Scientists believe they’ve discovered stem cells in the lung that can make a wide var ... discuss

Kelly Clinger shares her background and a message for Easter:   I have been singing and playing piano for many years. I was once an extra on the Mickey Mouse Club and a background vocalist ... discuss

By Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for LifeMy jaw dropped when I first saw the video that exposes Planned Parenthood’s latest LIE in its desperate fight for survival via federal fundi ... discuss

Japanese scientists have used ES cells to grow a primordial retina. From the story: The team from the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research in Japan, first cultivated embryonic stem cells in a ... discuss

Yes. Thats right a three genetic parent baby maybe on the way in the UK within the next year. Why would scientists want to engineer an embryo with the genetic material from 3 people? To "prevent" t ... discuss

1 April AD 1582?By most accounts, almost nothing stood out about young Fere. Indeed, the birth of this seventh son of one Septum Fillus is lost completely to history. Only apocryphal accounts remain, ... discuss

Jill Stanek’s blog featured some Aggie News, relating equine behavioral and biological phenomena to the abortion issue.   Pharmer, being Pharmer, can’t pass up such hot issues as animal ... discuss

Yes.  Thats right a three genetic parent baby maybe on the way in the UK within the next year.  Why would scientists want to engineer an embryo with the genetic material from 3 people?  To \" ... discuss

Making the move I've been going through some issues at work that I won't go into here - what's relevant is that my time is less than it was. I'm happy to be back blogging again, but it's a fact post ... discuss

It's been a busy week for me! Between longer work days and toying with the new Mac, the blog seems to have fallen out a bit. As mentioned, another problem has been losing the composition tool that I u ... discuss

This is a piece I "painted" using the free computer graphics program called gimp. Someday I hope to get a draw pad for my computer to make it easier.... right now I am just using a mouse or more often ... discuss

This news came not as a shocker but as a dark night of my American soul. One day I could browse dozens of hits for stuff I needed and the next I could only find ones that required shipping and handlin ... discuss

Let's see now, here we have another adult stem cell use on the near-term horizon, so why does Queen Nancy keep sounding like there is no hope without using embryonic stem cells? Maybe because she is s ... discuss

No wonder the social media has taken over from standard  journalism of the MSM. Perhaps it is not the speed but the content that edges them out. Not that social media cannot be inaccurate but tru ... discuss

Last month, Live Action released footage of a Planned Parenthood employee in Roanoke, Virginia advising a potential STD carrier to donate blood as a way of receiving cheap testing for STDs. Common sen ... discuss

Last month, Live Action released footage of a Planned Parenthood employee in Roanoke, Virginia advising a potential STD carrier to donate blood as a way of receiving cheap testing for STDs. Common sen ... discuss

 Update 3/16/11 3:30 PM  Rep. Matthew Hill (R) Jonesborough offered a straightforward pro life resolution  but unfortunately it was not acceptable to the majority  and was tabled. ... discuss

Last month, Live Action released footage of a Planned Parenthood employee in Roanoke, Virginia advising a potential STD carrier to donate blood as a way of receiving cheap testing for STDs. Common sen ... discuss

Saint Patrick (circa 390-464)"I arise todayThrough the strength of heaven:Light of sun,Radiance of moon,Splendor of fire,Speed of lightning,Swiftness of wind,Depth of sea,Stability of earth,Firmness o ... discuss

The following is a collection of new picture books from Eerdmans Books’ Young Readers imprint. Each of these books are beautifully produced and full of color — bound to attract little eye ... discuss

The below chart shows how it has become standard procedure in the Obama administration not to take no for an answer. When Obama's radical agenda is rejected by Congress and the American people, he g ... discuss

That’s one of the questions for an interview later today. I’m glad, because no social reform movement succeeds without a clear definition of what it means to win. Here’s a preview of what I’ ... discuss

Yes, it's true I weighed myself this weekend and I weighed 100.6 pounds! Yikes. No I am not trying to loose weight. Normally when I do the Phase Diet I never loose weight, I may even put on an inch ... discuss

The Big Blogroll O' Vark®™©Thanks to all those who continue to blog, particularly to our new additions and to those who keep me posted about changes. After our extended hiatus, we boas ... discuss

Recently I have basked in a wonderful response to my interview by Teresa Tomeo on EWTN during the March for Life about my advocacy group Keep Infants with Down Syndrome. So, I was relatively unguarded ... discuss

Over at IEET, always good for a chuckle once one gets past the indignation of their flawed reasoning, Hank Pellisier (a newspaper reporter by trade) suggests that an all-female future society of human ... discuss




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