Thanks for the welcome! It is nice to hear from a peer as I see most of the responses are from very young people, which is wonderful! Enlightened at a young age! I will checkout the 'origins'.
Peace, Marilyn, the crone from Lucerne CA
Dr Meaden, Thank you for your welcome.
In the end, we are here to live this life and help each other.
Life and death will always be a mystery to me.
Too bad people don't nurture instead of destroy life.
To me, killing is the ultimate 'sin'.
Why do you think human beings are still so primitive?
This isn't the world I want to live in.
What happened to respect, love and inter-connectedness?
Thanks Terence for your comment. I shal be glad to add you as a friend. I was so happy to find this group, and have found everything I have read so far very interesting.
I am so pleased that San Francisco is having a great many lectures and celebrations for Darwin this year, and am trying hard to get to some of them.
Hi..thanks for the comment, also...funny i am taking two courses per DVD on black matter/black energy...and one more along those lines...just trying to understand many things in physics as have never have had a class of any kind..i love it...anne
thanks for the welcome. Looking at our comment wall I see you welcome lots of people!
Just wanted to mention that I, too, am in academia. I'm a graduate student in the Petroleum Engineering department at Texas A&M University. Also thought I'd mention that my brother-in-law is a student at Kinds College. He's studying classics. Hope to see you around!
Thank you for the welcome, Dr. Meaden. I only found out about this site yesterday, but joined as soon as I possibly could. I'll be spending many enjoyable hours perusing, and hopefully contributing to, the various groups, including yours.