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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Molecular Geneticist Barbara McClintock, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Molecular Geneticist Barbara McClintock, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Marine Biologist Rachel Carson, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Marine Biologist Rachel Carson, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Pioneer Primatologist Diane Fossey, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Pioneer Primatologist Diane Fossey, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Pioneer Primatologist Jane Goodall, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Pioneer Primatologist Jane Goodall, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Pioneer Entomologist Eleanor Ormerod, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Pioneer Entomologist Eleanor Ormerod, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his life … Continue reading

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Futurism, I love it. Here’s another victory for direct publishing.

It often amazes me to reflect on the future. It used to overwhelm me to think of how I could keep up with the technological explosion. My kids were always ahead of me, my husband was having to take me … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (#3 from The Harvest of Reason). Although forewarned, John was unprepared for his first meeting with the goddess. As he opened the door to Dr. Gates’ graduate student office READ MORE…

Although forewarned, John was unprepared for his first meeting with the goddess. As he opened the door to Dr. Gates’ graduate student office, he was confronted with the back of a laughing woman reaching her hand out for the doorknob. … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (#2 from The Harvest of Reason). John Pitts, a second year doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, walked up the steps of Linden Hall bright and early on Monday morning. When he opened the door to the main office, he caused a bit of a stir. Barb sighed, Jennie salivated READ MORE…

Chapter 1 To merit the madness of love, man must abound in sanity…  The Seven Valleys John Pitts, a second year doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, walked up the steps of Linden Hall bright and early on Monday … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (#1 from The Harvest of Reason). The beads of sweat were gathering on Maddie’s upper lip and she tasted the salt. She’d been told not to wear her blue jeans, only skirts below the knee, but it didn’t matter, she was still dripping. READ MORE…

PROLOGUE The beads of sweat were gathering on Maddie’s upper lip and she tasted the salt. She’d been told not to wear her blue jeans, only skirts below the knee, but it didn’t matter, she was still dripping. She could … Continue reading

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