September 28, 2022

It is being increasingly accepted among scientists that lifestyle can affect human cells, changing them for better or for worse. Now it has been discovered that this change in DNA, called “epigenetics,” can be passed down to offspring to at least the second generation in mice and therefore likely the same in humans. Gretchen Reynolds reports in The Washington Post today that researchers have been showing that what they call “developmental programming” occurs simply by what we eat. That affirms... Read more

September 25, 2022

The heavily-favored USA Team defeated the International Team in the Presidents Cup today with a final score of 17.5 points to 12.5 points at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The U.S. Team took a substantial lead on the first day of the event, on Thursday. On Sunday, the Internationals were clawing themselves back in individual matches, looking like they might rally to make the competition close. But the Americans then went on a birdie binge to close it... Read more

September 24, 2022

The chaos continues to mushroom in professional golf worldwide that has been caused by this year’s, new, Saudi-backed LIV Golf tour. Several former PGA Tour and DP World Tour (former European Tour) member have signed up with LIV Golf and played one or more of its four events that have been staged since June this year. (The next and last four are next month.) Both of the two established pro golf tours reacted by either suspending or banning these rebel... Read more

September 23, 2022

Jesus’ wisdom teaching on judging continues to play out before us Americans in the life of Donald Trump. When he first campaigned against former First Lady and Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, for the U.S. presidency in 2016, he encouraged his supporters attending his political rallies to yell, “Lock Her Up,” referring Ms. Clinton, and they did so with GUSTO. It was because she had inadvertently broken government security protocol by using a private email server for both personal and... Read more

September 21, 2022

Denmark just became the world’s first nation to pay money for its contribution to “loss or damage” caused by climate change. At the first face-to-face meeting of UN nation leaders in three years, caused by the pandemic, Danish development minister Flemming Møller Mortensen announced that Denmark would contribute $13 million which the UN will administer. He said in a prepared statement, “It is grossly unfair that the world’s poorest should suffer the most from the consequences of climate change, to... Read more

September 18, 2022

Two hours ago, Max Homa successfully defended his Fortinet Championship on the North Course at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California. It was one of the most shocking finishes you will ever see on the last hole of a PGA Tour tournament. And it happened right were I won my first PGA Tour tournament, way back in 1968. Danny Willett is a 34-year old Englishman who plays mostly on the European Tour, which is now renamed the DP World... Read more

September 16, 2022

  Through the years, I’ve posted a lot about UFOs, even writing a series of ten posts about the most famous UFO sightings. Most recently, I’ve posted about the U.S. Congress re-opening an investigation about UFOs and its recent progress. I think many UFO sightings that cannot be explained by known phenomena in our world are the work of angels. The Bible has many accounts about angels interacting with human beings, with angels showing themselves as appearing human-looking and speaking... Read more

September 14, 2022

Trump’s political motto has been MAGA, meaning Make America Great Again. But an increasing number of American voters are hailing a new MAGA for Trump, which is Make Attorneys Get Attorneys. It means that Donald Trump is dragging his hired lawyers with him into ethical, if not legal, trouble so that they need to hire their own lawyers for themselves. This is why it reportedly has been difficult for The Donald, a recent and former president of the USA, to... Read more

September 11, 2022

Ex-U.S. President Donald Trump had enough legal problems without this latest one. The Department of Justice has been investigating him for having taken hundreds of classified government documents when he exited the White House and stored them in his resort-residence at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. The National Archives learned about it soon afterwards and began a lengthy process of asking for their return. But like so many presidential matters, Trump has been obstinate about it and refused. Yet this... Read more

September 8, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II died today at 96 years of age. She was England’s longest-reigning monarch, having been the queen for seventy years. She was much beloved throughout the British Commonwealth as well as throughout the world. Her son Charles is now the King of England, taking the name King Charles III. I’ve been to England twice, but I never got to see Queen Elizabeth. Maybe you could say the closest I ever got to her was knowing her chaplain, or... Read more


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