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Every Picture Tells a Story

“All things must pass.” -George Harrison

This is Levi, who belongs to a good friend of  mine. This picture, taken July 1st, 2015 was the last face I saw as I left Raleigh, North Carolina to move to St. 28 more words


Nuclear chemist finds cause of explosion of diseases worldwide is chemtrails made up of toxic coal ash

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

As a 60-year-old, I find it bizarre when people insist that our blue skies were always criss-crossed with blurred white lines. In my memory, they really were not that way. 1,124 more words

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Training Days 36 & 37: Stack Rock (again) and Upper Hulls Gulch Interpretive Trail (2.56 miles, 14% grade, 3894 elevation)

Yesterday we hit Stack Rock for a third and final time, since Michelle hadn’t had a chance to go with us yet. We did great on hydration (learned our lesson from last week), and learned a few new lessons to boot…to hiking boot. 356 more words


Why my PhD is really cool and interesting

Now this post has been a long time coming. My PhD focuses solely on mitochondria, mitochondrial DNA to be specific. Here I want to try to convince you why my PhD is important but in order to do that I need to explain why mitochondria are so great. 753 more words


Keep Yourself in Ketosis

When talking about a Grain Brain lifestyle, and the very similar ketogenic diet, it’s frequently mentioned that we are aiming to keep our bodies in ketosis. 351 more words


It had to happen sooner or later and today my short run of great workouts and PRs came to an end. Regular followers of my story know how important the Overhead Squat is to me. 1,092 more words


In honor of those suffering with Parkinsons

The evil of the night

takes away a youth in flight

quivering lips we see

trembling hand on bended knee

A silent thief so mean… 43 more words