The Adventures of Aggie the Traveling Agrobacterium – Order CD Now!

Pre-order your Aggie CD and get a discount! Aggie will be available for shipment on or around June 15, 2010. Order before then, and receive a discount on your order.

After the Aggie CD starts shipping, the single unit price will be $9.00. Order early and the single unit price will be $7.50.

E-mail to pre-order your Aggie CD and get a head start on educating your friends, neighbors and kids about the dangers of GMOs.

We also offer bulk pricing – just ask!

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The Scientific Case for Intelligent Design – Darwinism Debunked

What a sad, sad world it must be for those who cannot see the intelligence that created the world we live in. To look at the intricate beauty of life all around us down to the smallest microbe, and not see that there is an intelligence far superior to our own involved in its creation is very sad, indeed.

The following video sets forth a compelling case for the scientific concept of Intelligent Design as opposed to Darwinism.

The Path to Perfection

Stevie the one-eyed goat - the best milker I ever had!

I was taking care of the animals the other day when this thought popped up in my head: “It is the imperfections that create the beauty in what we see.” Perfection is misunderstood to mean equal, or exactly the same. This could not be further from the truth. It is the imperfections that make the uniqueness in everything and everyone, thereby displaying the beauty of the individual. To be beautiful, the imperfections must do their work to carve out perfection in a unique manifestation.

So, if we are blindly following a “so called” path to perfection while disdaining anything imperfect, we are in fact, disdaining the very path by which perfection is attained. That is when we think we are on the “good path,” which only leads to destruction.

We just don’t get it. Instead of embracing the imperfect and realizing its value, we try to eradicate it and replace it with things like genetically modified organisms, and wonder why the destruction is so complete; but that’s another story…


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