The Constitution set up government to protect our natural rights. Yet, today, they are evaporating.
This post was going to be a review of the movie Captain Marvel (2019). But I don’t want to talk about Captain Marvel, I want to talk about Carol Danvers, Captain Marvel’s alter ego. She is a Tough Girl. What is a Tough Girl? They are everywhere. Lt. Skyler Kamaka - former beauty queen and… Continue reading Tough Girls: Real Grit vs. Fake Superpowers
You probably noticed some of the things in my coronavirus post were different from what you hear in the newspaper and on the news. Why is that? Different sources I read and listened to the same things you did, but having studied microorganisms and infectious diseases, I had questions. So I looked some more. What… Continue reading China is the Wolf Reassuring the Sheep
Good Morning America featured this heartwarming story I wanted to share. Welcome, Baby Finn Baby Finn, nicknamed Fighting Finn, was 21 weeks and 1 pound at birth--three weeks younger than the fetal age most abortions are performed. He was so delicate, his mom waited one month to hold him while he continued to grow and… Continue reading The Ultimate Decision
Revisionist History Aug. 22 podcast The Obscure Virus Club It wasn't Malcolm Gladwell's intention, but this episode about the maverick scientists who discovered retroviruses is yet another example of the edifice of science discouraging questions and data that suggest alternative hypotheses. Another example of science and scientists being WRONG. No one knows everything. Knowledge is… Continue reading Question Science