Worthy cause of the day: “Protect Access to Health Care” (I do not particularly like or approve of abortion in general, but there are times when it is necessary, and the last thing we need is the government getting in the way at those times. I’m not fond of a lot of birth control either, but again, it is sometimes necessary, not to mention reclassifying it as abortion is an Orwellian distortion of language.)
Relevant to Divine Misconceptions:
- Google Ads recently has produced ads on my blog for a notorious cult. (Their name will not be mentioned here in order to reduce the likelihood of that ad’s recurrence.) In the interest of fairness, I present a famous message by their archenemy, Anonymous.
- “No nuns on catwalk as priest stops "beauty contest"”: There goes that unusual idea.
- “'Ayurvedic' Medicines May Contain Lead, Mercury or Arsenic”: Major rule: Think twice before using any “complementary” or “alternative” medicines. Not only are they insufficiently tested (if tested at all), but they may also be very, very bad for you.
- “Could RFID and satellites help fight kidnappers?”
- “Terror watchlist "upgrade" is "imploding," legislator says”
- “On a Wing and Low Air: The Surprising Way Wind Turbines Kill Bats” (This is a bit worrying.)
- “Tobacco Control Program Saved Billions in Health Costs”
- “New Evidence Debunks 'Stupid' Neanderthal Myth”
- “Study shows monkeys experience joy of giving”
- “Moo North: Cattle and Deer May Sense Earth's Magnetic Field”
- “Exoskeleton suit helps paralyzed people walk” (Blessed be YHWH!)