Do people actually believe in science?

The short answer to this question is… yes and no. Of course, asking this question SHOULD have a black and white answer. Either a person believes science is real, or not. I don’t really think there’s a halfway thing with this. It’s like math. Either you agree that 2 and 2 make 4, or youContinue reading “Do people actually believe in science?”

Questions I have for Kamala Harris

Like many of you (in the U.S., at least), I’ve been thinking a lot about the recent election that’s actually still going on (as they continue counting votes, and challenging the results). Joe Biden has prematurely anointed himself as future President when the rest of everyone knows Kamala Harris is the Democrats’ “chosen one.” SoContinue reading “Questions I have for Kamala Harris”

Blood type as evidence of intelligent design

I started doing research on blood types as I became more curious about the characteristics of a fetus in the mother’s belly. If you’d like to read my post about that topic, click here. It actually came from a thought I had as I woke up one morning… Abortion is an attempt by the motherContinue reading “Blood type as evidence of intelligent design”

Right to Life vs. Pro-Choice… a personal discovery about abortion

The discussion of a baby’s right to life vs. a woman’s choice seems to be a hot topic again in the Unites States. I don’t think the controversy ever totally disappeared but since the election of Donald Trump, the issue has bubbled up again as tempers (and patience) are short these days. I know whereContinue reading “Right to Life vs. Pro-Choice… a personal discovery about abortion”