Monthly Archives: January 2014

Duons: Parallel Gene Code Defies Evolution

Taken from Researchers have just characterized a new, previously hidden genetic code embedded within the same sections of genes that code for proteins—utterly defying all naturalistic explanations for its existence.1 In addition to supplying many different types of genetic code … Continue reading

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Taken from Written by Kathy Trauger Hello, Friends! This week I must devote entirely to several speaking chores. So I thought you would enjoy viewing the introductions to my presentations. Here they are in their approximate final draft. Enjoy! Raising … Continue reading

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How to encourage a special needs mom (when you aren’t one)

Taken from It was the summer of 2010 and me and my two best online friends, Kathryn and Sara were expecting our little boys. We had met on Christian Military Wives and were all due within a 2 month time-span. We shared pregnancy photos and excitement at … Continue reading

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