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It doesn’t get much creepier than this. In Florida a young woman was diagnosed with cancer two years ago and underwent a hysterectomy. Doctors harvested some of her eggs which were fertilized by her husbands sperm and later implanted into the womb of her 59 year old mother, who recently gave birth to the twins. […]

Posted at: July 30th, 2007 - 7:15 pm - Number of Comments » 0

You’ll have to forgive me, I am still in HP mode. I’m in the middle of writing a post about HP on Path to Holiness (I will put up a link to it when I am finished) and I remembered that I was going to relay a few of my favorite spots from the Deathly […]

Posted at: July 29th, 2007 - 8:53 pm - Number of Comments » 1

Yes, I finished the Deathly Hollows today and I greatly enjoyed it. So hopefully it’s back to normal posting from now on. Speaking of which – check out Colleen Carroll Campbell’s column in the St. Louis Post on the new breed of feminists: For decades, the feminist establishment has declared the question a no-brainer. The […]

Posted at: July 28th, 2007 - 12:08 am - Number of Comments » 3

Not to be confused with a “potty break” though hopefully it will be just as brief. I have been trying to keep up with posting while reading book 7 of the Harry Potter series, but I think it will be better and easier if I just finish the silly book first – especially since I […]

Posted at: July 25th, 2007 - 4:24 pm - Number of Comments » 2

I passed on the information about Jack Kevorkian speaking at U. of F to my uncle who also graduated from there and this was his response – first to Accent, the student run speaker’s bureau that invited him: My wife and I both graduated from The University of Florida and were married across University Ave […]

Posted at: July 24th, 2007 - 8:12 pm - Number of Comments » 0

The University of Florida is the Alma Mater of both of my parents. I have a few aunts and uncles who graduated from there as well and a cousin currently attending the university. I’m a born and raised Florida Gator with orange & blue running through my veins – esp. during football season. So, it […]

Posted at: July 23rd, 2007 - 7:47 pm - Number of Comments » 0

One Japanese genetics researcher seems to think so. Dr. Shinya Yamanaka thinks that it will be possible to make embryonic-like stem cells without embryos a readily available prototype within “six months to a year,” and “Within two to three years we may be able to create a stem cell that is indistinguishable from one taken […]

Posted at: July 22nd, 2007 - 2:32 am - Number of Comments » 0

Commenting on the news of Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick’s legal troubles regarding his involvement in a dogfighting operation, Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., asks, if we can go to great lengths to ensure the humane treatment of dogs, what about humans? “The appalling cruelty to dogs described in the […]

Posted at: July 20th, 2007 - 5:53 pm - Number of Comments » 0

In his column this week, Fr. Frank Pavone relates a story about a pregnant girl who used half of the RU-486 abortion drug before realizing that she wanted to keep her child: Dr. Matthew Harrison had a visit from a 20-year old woman named Ashley. She was seven weeks pregnant, but she feared for the […]

Posted at: July 19th, 2007 - 11:53 pm - Number of Comments » 0

Well here’s a little thing I found on Life News that I didn’t see before. Apparently yesterday a house committee adopted the cord blood funding amendment that I told you about earlier today. Here is the short story: Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — The House of Representatives adopted an amendment to a fiscal year 2008 budget […]

Posted at: July 18th, 2007 - 10:18 pm - Number of Comments » 0