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  1. what will you do?

    What will you do friends? What will you do when you reach that point where you see/understand/realize something so shockingly amazing in context that you can never sleep/be unconscious of it again, and you are literally a different "person"? Will you manage it with grace? Or flip out? Will you be able to pretend, for sleeping others, that nothing has changed? Or will you be a virus? Will you emphasize love or vanity in the face of purposelessness? I wonder what you will choose when you ...
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  2. Catacombs of Priscilla

    Here we go [again] while Vatican denies the possibility, restoration to Catacombs of Priscilla opened up the debate that there were women priests in early Christianity.

    http://www.catacombepriscilla.com/

    What do others think on this heated debate?
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  4. Gene Lin28

    Cell recently published (Vol. 155, I. 4; Nov. 2013) a study that highlights gene Lin28a as a promoter of tissue repair.

    Summary found here: http://www.cell.com/abstract/S0092-8674%2813%2901278-6

    I recently had a meniscus tear, and other than recipes I have from TCM (which I now take), experts don't know how else to approach it. That time might be shortening when traditional and modern have distinctions?

    What do you bloggers think?
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  5. János Bánfi-Hunyadi

    I've been reading some history of 17-Century Hungarian Bánfi-Hunyadi who was quite active as an alchemist [alkimista] in England, and what currently we referred to as Transylvania.

    In one of his notebooks, he claims he extracted mercury from gold.

    He owned a vineyard. Making your own wine is the way to go! I've been engaging in this endeavour as of late.

    Source:
    Rady, Martyn. "A Transylvanian Alchemist in Seventeenth-Century London". ...
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