Monday, August 30, 2010

Apple DNA code is cracked by geneticists

 Remember what they always say...."You ARE what you eat".... Even when you have no idea what you're eating....

A team of 86 global scientists have sequenced the genetic code of the Golden Delicious apple for the first time.

The DNA breakthrough could result in new and improved apple varieties which are more resistant to disease.

Scientists from 20 institutions took two years to unravel the code - the largest plant genome uncovered to date.

The findings are published in the leading journal Nature Genetics.
'Competitive advantage'

Thursday, August 5, 2010


An in depth look at how the Freemasons and Secret Societies became what they are. Part one tells you how it all started and they break it down so simple that even a child can understand. Join me on this journey through a past time to present....

Part one...

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Employees in workplace shooting still reeling over 'senseless act'

Now is NOT the time to be terminating people in person. They should have called this guy at home and let him go. Then they should have had security on alert with instructions not to let him in should he decide to show up. People are losing their minds because of the economy and a high unemployment rate. How tragic.

Click the "read more" link below to read the story. It's a little long, but try to read it all if you can. It's......veeeeeery interesting.

Remains of John the Baptist found in Bulgaria?



Archaeologists in Bulgaria claim they have found remains of John the Baptist while excavating the site of a 5th century monastery on the Black Sea island of Sveti Ivan.

A reliquary – a container for holy relics – discovered last week under the monastery’s basilica was opened on Sunday and found to contain bone fragments of a skull, a hand and a tooth, Bulgaria’s official news agency BTA reported.

Excavation leader Kazimir Popkonstantinov lifted the reliquary’s lid in a ceremony in the coastal town of Sozopol attended by dignitaries including the Bishop of Sliven, Yoanikii, and Bozhidar Dimitrov, a government minister and director of Bulgaria’s National History Museum, BTA said.

Further tests on the fragments are due to be carried out. But Popkonstantinov is convinced the relics belong to John the Baptist because of a Greek inscription on the reliquary referring to June 24, the date when Christians celebrate John the Baptist’s birth, according to the website of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.

Palestinian Boy Begs Israeli Soldiers Not To Take His Father


What did the father do you ask???? He stole water. Sad......

Desmond Tutu Retires

After more than 30 years serving as the conscience of the nation, Archbishop Desmond Tutu has announced that he will retire after his 79th birthday in October. If you click on this link you can watch a video on some of the highlights of his career.