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There are 435 people in the House of Representatives. Is  Ocasio Cortez, a junior member just recently elected, the mouth-piece of the other 434?

     3 March 2019


     As if killing a third-trimester human being isn't the worst thing that we can possibly due to a human being, cutting the baby up into parts and then reassembling them on a table to make sure they have taken ALL the parts out of a vagina, the government is granting money  to UCSF to integrate human tissue into a mouse.



     ( - The Department of Health and Human Services says it has granted a second 90-day extension to a contract it has with the University of California at San Francisco that requires UCSF to make “humanized mice.”


     These creatures are made by implanting mice with human tissues taken from late-term aborted babies.


     The HHS's multi-million-dollar contract with UCSF that requires the construction of these “humanized mice” creates a demand--driven by federal tax dollars--for tissue taken from late-term aborted babies. According to an estimate it has published on its website, the National Institutes of Health (which is a division of HHS) will spend $95 million this fiscal year alone on research that--like UCSF's "humanized mouse" contract--uses human fetal tissue.


     Under the new 90-day extension, the contract—which the government calls “Humanized Mouse Models for HIV Therapeutics Development”--will run through June 5.


     HHS also is still in the process of conducting the “comprehensive review” it announced last September “of all research involving fetal tissue.”


     That review was initiated to ensure that all federally funded research using human fetal tissue is consistent “with statutes and regulations governing such research, and to ensure the adequacy of procedures and oversight of this research in light of the serious regulatory, moral, and ethical considerations involved.”


     We are no longer using animal organs to replace deteriorated human body parts in order to keep the patient alive, but we 're trying to make a new creation by merging human body part with live mice.


     Many years ago I posted the question..."What brings God back", in essence, what can humanity do to the point that it's so contrary to the Scripture that God Himself has to come to this earth and stop us from doing such action.


     I think that we are so close to the end of times that Father will wait for prophesy to be fulfilled instead of coming back for a certain abomination done by us.

     My personal opinion? I'll die before a surgeon puts a valve from a pigs heart into my body.

If you ever wanted to know what the definition of STUPID is, just listen to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

     For those of you that might have doubted that it was possible for Adam and Satan both to impregnate Eve and have two separate pregnancies at the same time by two different fathers, well here is the evidence. The difference is that, in the Garden, there was no in-vitro fertilization.



Daily Mail TV        26 January 2019


     Baby 'twins' have two DIFFERENT fathers after gay couple were both able to fertilise an embryo of a surrogate mother


     Simon and Graeme Berney Edwards are both biological fathers to their twins. 


     The couple travelled to Canada to have IVF with surrogate Meg Stone.  


     Were able to both fertilise an embryo meaning the twins have two different dads.


     Calder and Alexandra have just celebrated their first birthday together.  


     A gay couple has welcomed a set of twins with two different fathers, after both men were able to fertilise an embryo during the IVF process.  


     Calder and Alexandra Berney Edwards are actually half siblings despite being born at the same time, because they don't share paternity.  


     They were born to London-based couple Simon and Graeme via surrogate, Meg Stone, 32, whom they met in Canada.


     Amazing advances in IVF meant that the couple were able to fertilise an embryo each and both were placed into surrogate Meg Stone's womb.


     Simon (right) and Graeme Berney Edwards are both biological fathers to their twins Calder and Alexandra (seen shortly after their birth) after they were both able to fertitilise an embryo


     Simon, 43, said: 'It really is amazing that Graeme and I have been able to father one of our twins each.


     'Meg did an amazing job - and it meant that she was actually pregnant by two men at the same time. It's thanks to the wonder of IVF that we have been able to achieve our dream.


     'Graeme and I have always wanted to have a family, and now we have our lovely twins.


     'They are still classed as twins even though they have different biological fathers.'


     The couple knew that they wanted to try to start a family this way as it meant that they would be the named parents on the birth certificate from the start.Amazing advances in IVF meant that the couple were able to fertilise an embryo each and both were placed into surrogate Meg Stone's womb. Pictured: Meg with twins 


     The couple travelled to Canada in order to have the IVF they required, as the process of fertlising two embryos with different sperm isn't yet available in the UK. Pictured: Graeme and Simon with the twins


     This is unlike the UK where it can take up to six months to get a parental order granted to change it from the named birth mother at the birth.


     This treatment isn't practised in the UK, where two embryos fertilised by different fathers are put back at the same time.


     So, they extended their search for a surrogate to Canada and met Meg who already had a family of her own - her two sons, Jeffrey, 12, and Max, five.


     Meg said: 'I saw Simon and Graeme's profile on a surrogacy website and I thought they had lovely smiles. 


     The married couple say that meeting Meg was like being 'reunited with a long lost sister'


     The twins have just celebrated their first birthday and Meg flew over from Canada to help them celebrate


     'I had recently split with my partner and I wasn't ready for another baby, so I wanted to help someone.'


     The couple chose an anonymous egg donor, and then flew out to a fertility clinic in Los Angeles to fertilise the embryos.


     Simon said: 'We couldn't decide on who would be the biological father. Graeme said it should be me, but I said that he had    just as much right as I did.


     'When we spoke to the doctor at the clinic he stunned us with his reply. He told us that it could be both of us.


     'They said that we could have half the embryos fertilised with my sperm and then half with Graeme's sperm.'


     The couple then tied the knot, and decided to fly out to Canada on their honeymoon - and meet up with Meg for the first time at the same time.


     Simon said: 'We were nervous at the beginning - in case that we didn't click with her. But we needn't have worried.


     The couple now refer to Meg as the twins' 'Tummy Mummy' which she says she loves 


     The couple say that their two children have gone from strength to strength and are 'hitting all their milestones'


'     Meeting Meg was like being reunited with a long lost sister. She wrapped us both in a hug before introducing us to her adorable boys.


     'We didn't how to thank her. We told her we were so grateful to her - she was changing not only our lives but our families too.'


     Six months later, one fertilised embryo of Simon's, and one embryo of Graeme's were put back into Meg's womb.


     Then they faced an agonising two week wait to see what would happen and whether it would work.


     The couple risked only one of the embryos working, which would mean that just one of them would be the biological father to the baby.


     Simon said: 'We talked about it and decided that if it happened, we would just go back and have another go again, so that we would end up fathering one baby each.

Fossils discovered in South Africa are the 'missing link' in human evolution, study finds



     A 9-year-old boy who tripped over a rock in South Africa led researchers to discover a “missing link” in human evolution, according to a new study.


     The fossils of Australopithecus sediba were found in 2008 after Matthew Berger stopped to examine the rock he tripped over while following his dog near what is now the Malapa Fossil Site in South Africa.


     The subsequent discovery of the 2-million-year-old adult female and juvenile male remains in the “Cradle of Humankind” set off contentious debate in the scientific community. New research confirms the species is closely related to the Homo genus and fills a key gap in humankind’s history between early humans and our more apelike predecessors.


   Scientists writing in the journal PaleoAnthropology found that the species is the bridge between the 3-million-year-old "Lucy" or Australopithecus afarensis and the "  handy man" Homo habilis, which used tools between 1.5 and 2.1 million years ago.


     The study, which describes the new species’ anatomy in detail, found that Au. sediba is unique, but shares similarities with its neighbor Australopithecus africanus and early members of the genus Homo "suggesting a close evolutionary relationship."


     “Our findings challenge a traditional, linear view of evolution. It was once thought that a fossil species a million years younger than Lucy would surely look more human-like,” explained Jeremy DeSilva, an associate professor of anthropology at Dartmouth and co-author of the study, in a press release.


      “Instead, what we’re witnessing here are parallel lineages, illustrating how different hominin experiments were unfolding early in our complex evolutionary history," DeSilva continued.


     Au. sediba was able to walk on two feet, “but also spent significant time climbing in trees, perhaps for foraging and protection from predators,” the study found. Its hands were capable of both powerful gripping needed for climbing and “precision manipulation.”


     “This larger picture sheds light on the lifeways of Au. sediba and also (whether directly or indirectly) on a major transition in hominin evolution,” the press release stated.





    The so-called remains are not described or detailed. Was is a jaw bone, a finger bone, a complete skeleton….what was it? They don’t say.


     It’s not worth going any further on this article. Creation is explained in the Father’s “book of knowledge”. The Bible.




     Just found this on Drudge…



Amazing’ 4,500-year-old stone circle was actually built in 1990s by farmer, admit archaeologists


     When archaeologists announced the discovery of an ‘amazing’ 4,500-year-old stone circle on an Aberdeenshire farm in December they admitted it was odd that it had remained hidden for so long.


     With its diminutive circumference and smallish stones, experts said the Neolithic monument in the parish of Leochel-Cushnie was unusual, but hoped it might change their understanding of prehistoric building.


     Sadly such optimism was not to be realised. This week a farmer who had once owned the land got in touch to say he had built it himself in the 1990s.




     If these “scientists” had to fund their own research, they would have disappeared long ago, but universities and the federal government fund these studies and, in an effort to justify the expense, they make this stuff up.


     4500 years ago, to 1990 is a pretty big leap. (Even for a heathen.)


     Tuesday, 22 January 2019