RSSArchive for May, 2014

May

25

DNA

DNA In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind. Job 12:10 Demand facts not theories, conclusions not hypotheses, science, an incomplete truth as approximated by our machines or absolute Truth as Christ stated (did He rise from dead or not, pity those who say not). Ludicrous for […]

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May

21

Toxic Wheat

I listened to this guy, Savage, say wheat’s ok if you don’t have the classical allergy to gluten. From one study he said most people have been proven not to have these ‘suballergic’ responses…one study… pretty one dimensional, Savage… He does not mention gliadins which are genuine opiates, amylopectin A which increases glycation of proteins […]

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May

20

Lines Last

Lines Last A poem, set piece by voluble piece, is a game of chess, writer with his reader, employs strategies, bon mots, whatever its denouement, a checkmate when it draws up words with such dramatic whip they are the only ones that fit, and still surprise. A person’s life is a poem lived or many […]

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May

10

On or About Sunday Morning

On or about Sunday Morning I say: Wallace Stevens We are told there is a jar in Tennessee upon a hill there is a jar there somewhere on a hill In this jar are bits of life, some cells, Darwin’s creatures spawned spontaneously. We are told these bits of life may be father to us […]

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May

6

If She Is a Slave… in 1808 Britain outlawed the slavetrade, spearheaded in that effort by born again Christian, Wilbur Wilburforce…I guess no one told the muslims.

If She is a Slave   A young lady stands beside a wall and wonders if she is a slave. When it rains she feels free to feel wet, covered with water but separate. When she swims she is free to be one with water, to move in it as it moves in her through […]

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May

4

Eternal Present

Eternal Present science doesn’t live, it exists as you breathe in an eternal present, digests its temporary past like French fries with garlic and vinegar… as easily… as throwing dice against a wall, as if it were a back alley game of craps waiting for the point to come up right, thinks to experiment inside […]

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