Dunne and Poole lead the way as Rosenallis beat Portlaoise

first_img Rugby Community Twitter The first 15 minutes of play were run by Rosenallis with Johnny Irwin’s men going six points ahead in the opening quarter with no response from The Town.Fiachra Fennell scored the first point of the game to get Rosenallis off to a flying start in the 3rd minute followed by two points from corner forward Colm Poole.Eoin Dunne and Colm Poole split the posts to add to the lead and moments later was topped by Rosenallis’ 6th point from Donal Lalor.It was in the 18th minute when Portlaoise put their first point on the board with a free from goalkeeper Mick Nolan. The next play saw Ronan McEvoy raise the white flag with a point from play followed by a free to put three points between the sides.Colm Parkinson tapped the ball over the bar for the Town but Rosenallis had a quick response with points from Donal Lalor and Colm Poole widening the gap.Rosenallis headed for the dressing rooms a half time leading by 0-8 to 0-4.The impressive Eoin Dunne opened the second half with a 5th minute point but Portlaoise’ Jason Maher soon responded to keep Portlaoise in the game.Colm Poole stepped up for Rosenallis and rattled the Portlaoise net in the 42nd minute and it seemed as though there would be too much work to do for Portlaoise to get back in the game.Midfielders for both sides Adrian Kelly and Eoin Dunne traded points and Colm Parkinson scored his second point of the game for Portlaoise in what was a low intensity second half.Rosenallis did not pull back as Ronan Murray and Brian Fitzpatrick score a point each and while Portlaoise substitute Darren Rogers kicked a point for the town, the final blow for Portlaoise came with the sending off of key player, Jack Brown having received his second yellow card.Eoin Dunne and Jack Friel put the nail in the coffin for Portlaoise with a couple of late points as Rosenallis comfortably advances to the Round 2 winners section to join Courtwood, Timahoe and the winners of The Rock and Barrowhouse.SCORERS – Rosenallis: Colm Poole 1-4 (0-1 free), Eoin Dunne 0-5 (one free), Donal Lalor 0-2 (both frees), Ronan Murray, Fiachra Fennell, Brian Fitzpatrick, Jack Friel 0-1 each Portlaoise: Ronan McEvoy 0-2 (one free), Colm Parkinson 0-2 (one free), Mick Nolan 0-1, Jason Maher 0-1, Adrian Kelly 0-1, Darren Rogers 0-1.ROSENALLIS: Barry Farrell; Paul Maher, Marcus Redmond, Jack Friel; Adam McDermott, Ruaidhri Fennell, Fiachra Fennell; Eoin Dunne, Cathal Fennell; Patrick Keating, Ronan Murray, Joe Shelly; Colm Poole, Donal Lalor, Brian Fitzpatrick. Subs: Mark Dunne for Lalor (55)PORTLAOISE: Mick Nolan; Darragh McAuley, Beano McCormack, Michael Dowling; Oisin Fitzpatrick, Paddy Downey, Ronan Molloy; Adrian Kelly, James Nerney; Ronan McEvoy, Jack Brown, Shane Smyth; Colm Parkinson, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Jason Maher Subs: Darren Rogers for McEvoy (28 – injured), Jack Reddin for K Fitzpatrick (35), Niall Gavin for O Fitzpatrick (58)REFEREE: Michael Tarpey (Kilcavan)SEE ALSO – Eight young players to watch out for in the intermediate football championship By Aedín Dunne – 29th July 2018 Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Home Sport GAA Dunne and Poole lead the way as Rosenallis beat Portlaoise SportGAAGaelic Football Brought to you in association with Elite Estate AgentsRosenallis 1-15 Portlaoise 0-8Laois Shopping Centre IFC Round 1Rosenallis opened their championship campaign with a win over Portlaoise, beaten finalists last year, in Portarlington this afternoon. TAGSLaois IFC 2018PortlaoisePortlaoise v RosenallisRosenallis Community Previous articleForbes to the fore as Graiguecullen topple O’Dempsey’sNext articlePortarlington see off 14-man Ballyroan-Abbey for the second year running Aedín DunneAedín graduated from University of Limerick with a degree in Journalism and New Media. She is a proud Townie with a passion for all things sports and doesn’t like to speak about the 2016 blip in Portlaoise’s bid to 10-in-a-row. Twittercenter_img Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Dunne and Poole lead the way as Rosenallis beat Portlaoise Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’last_img read more

Nova Scotia regulator warns about ‘unlocking’ scams

first_img The Nova Scotia Securities Commission (NSSC) is warning investors about scams involving companies promising to provide investors access to their locked-in retirement accounts.The regulator said that several schemes claiming to provide investor with access to their locked-in accounts have been reported to regulators. loseup portrait senior man protecting a piggy bank sifotography/123RF Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Related news FCA tackles flurry of investment scams Keywords Investment scamsCompanies Nova Scotia Securities Commission James Langton “Unlocking scams usually result in significant losses from retirement savings in addition to the payment of taxes and other fees,” warned Stephanie Atkinson, acting director of enforcement for the NSSC.“This can be devastating to investors,” she added.The NSSC reported that, in one recent case, an investor lost half his retirement savings in a scheme operated by a company offering to provide loans equal to half the value of locked-in accounts.Along with the losses, the investor faced tax consequences due to withdrawals from the account.The company involved is called The Finance Company, the NSSC said, noting that the firm is not registered to sell securities in Canada. Don’t believe the hype: BCSC proposes new rules for stock promoters SEC warns about rise in investment scams Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

National PTA to Provide Help for Parents

first_imgRelatedNational PTA to Provide Help for Parents FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has announced that a National Parent Teachers Association will be launched in July of this year, to provide the right channel for meaningful intervention for parents who are in need of assistance in coping with their children. She was speaking on Wednesday (May 24) at the presentation of awards ceremony for the Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation for Service to Education which was held at Jamaica House.Mrs. Simpson Miller said that while teachers are oftentimes blamed for negative behaviour among students, parents should realize that they have a responsibility to their children. She said the National Parent Teachers Association would provide help for parents in cases where the situation is deemed outside of their control or where students show deficiencies in academics or their behaviour.She also called on service clubs, non-governmental organizations and the relevant agencies of government to conduct more parenting seminars and provide more help for parents who face particular challenges.The Prime Minister said the 31 teachers who were honoured on Wednesday had made an indelible mark on the minds of their students and the foundation of the country’s education system. She said the time had come for the country to build on that foundation and make the necessary quality improvements in the system.“That is why the government through the Ministry of Education and Youth is earnestly pursuing the education transformation process.in order to realize quality improvement, the Prime Minister asserted.She said special focus was also being given to Early Childhood Education to ensure that children get the right start, and that deficiencies are identified and corrected early in the process.Mrs. Simpson Miller said that in addition to addressing the physical conditions under which teachers are expected to perform and in which students must learn, provision must also be made for the training of teachers. She said the upgrading of the qualification of teachers to bring more of them to the degree level, was but one of the new initiatives being considered in teacher education.The awardees of the Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation in Education have given 450 years of combined service to education. They were recognized for their significant contribution to education and the development of Jamaica. Awardees included Dr. Polly Bowes-Howell, Mrs. Adelle Brown, Mr. Clement Radcliffe, Mrs. Judith Spencer-Jarrett and Miss Shirley Whylie. RelatedNational PTA to Provide Help for Parents RelatedNational PTA to Provide Help for Parentscenter_img National PTA to Provide Help for Parents UncategorizedMay 25, 2006 Advertisementslast_img read more

Work Permit System to be More Efficient

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedWork Permit System to be More Efficient RelatedWork Permit System to be More Efficient RelatedWork Permit System to be More Efficientcenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Ministry of Labour and Social Security and the Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) have entered into an agreement to share databases, which will allow for more efficient processing of work permits.Labour Minister, Hon. Pearnel Charles; Permanent Secretary, Alvin McIntosh; and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PICA, Jennifer McDonald, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the agency to embark on the initiative yesterday (Dec.1) at the Ministry’s North Street office in Kingston.Under the MoU, guidelines and time periods for the review and processing of work permit applications will be established as well as a framework for the speedy transfer of data and other information from one entity to another.The shared database will allow for the tracking of work permit holders, and ensure that employers make provisions for Jamaicans to understudy the skills being brought in by foreigners.Mrs. McDonald, in her remarks, said that the signing of the MoU symbolises “seamless operations between ourselves and the Ministry of Labour and Social Security and really represents joined-up Government, which is what we are working towards.”Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Alvin McIntosh (right), shows Labour Minister, Hon. Pearnel Charles (centre), where to sign a copy of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which will see the Ministry and the Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) partnering to share databases in order to ensure greater efficiency in the processing of work permits. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PICA, Jennifer McDonald also signed the agreement on Tuesday (Dec. 1) at the Ministry’s North Street offices in Kingston.She informed that a representative from PICA has been assigned to deal specifically with work permit matters. “We are hoping that we are able to serve the applicant in a serious way and we are able to catch those persons, who may perhaps pose a threat to our security,” Mrs. McDonald added.Mr. McIntosh, for his part, stated that the partnership is a “very refreshing” development, as some Government agencies at times, tend to operate as disjointed entities.He noted that the sharing of databases will make the process of issuing work permits and visas easier and more convenient for the customer.Under the agreement, work permit applications will continue to be processed at the Ministry, but security and immigration checks will be conducted by PICA. In addition, PICA will advise the Ministry about changes in the applicant or sponsor status, as well as any breach of conditions of the permit.A work permit is a document bearing a number and photograph that is issued to an expatriate, which authorises that individual to work in Jamaica according to its stipulations for a specified period of time. Persons seeking to obtain a work permit are required to make an application to the Labour and Social Security Ministry. Work Permit System to be More Efficient LabourDecember 2, 2009last_img read more

Criminal Jury Trials On Track To Resume In Regions

first_imgCriminal Jury Trials On Track To Resume In Regions VIC PremierThe Andrews Labor Government is boosting regional courtroom capacity, enabling criminal jury trials to resume – keeping the justice system moving while improving the safety of communities. The Victorian Budget 2020-21 provided nearly $6 million to modify courtrooms across seven sites to better accommodate COVIDSafe conditions and increase capacity to hear more trials. Following on from this announcement, criminal jury trials in the Supreme and County Courts will progressively resume in regional locations across Victoria in the coming months. Works are already underway at Geelong, Ballarat, Shepparton, Morwell and Warrnambool, and will soon commence in Mildura and Wodonga.This includes extending jury boxes, expanding jury rooms and relocating furniture to adapt our courts to a post coronavirus environment and to improve the experience of jurors.Once upgrades are complete, the County Court will hear more criminal trials in regional locations than it did before coronavirus.A new booking system will schedule Supreme Court trials more efficiently – ensuring use of the improved courtrooms is maximised and more trials heard.Regional courts have remained open to local communities throughout the pandemic – with many Supreme and County Court hearings conducted remotely.In-person hearings in non-jury criminal and civil matters have already recommenced in several regional court locations where Supreme and County Court matters are heard.By safely resuming criminal jury trials in regional courts, this investment will help to avoid unnecessary delays and ensure greater access to justice for all Victorians.Further information about commencement dates for each location will be provided in the coming weeks as works are completed.As stated by Attorney-General Jaclyn Symes “We’re investing in measures to tackle the courts’ pending caseloads – supporting new and innovative ways to improve access to justice for all Victorians, regardless of their postcode.” “Our first priority is always the safety of the community – that’s why we’re making the necessary changes to ensure our regional courts can operate in a safe and efficient manner.” “This work reflects our justice system’s impressive ability to be flexible and adapt – continuing to deliver vital services for Victorians despite the challenges caused by coronavirus.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Andrews, AusPol, Australia, Ballarat, community, coronavirus, Courts, Criminal, environment, Geelong, Government, Investment, Mildura, Shepparton, Supreme Court, Victoria, Warrnambool, Wodongalast_img read more

CU Parents Association Hosts Summer Orientation Barbeques For Parents Of New Students

first_imgThe CU Parents Association at the University of Colorado at Boulder will host a series of orientation barbecues for parents of incoming students in June and July at the University Club.The barbecues coincide with orientation sessions for new freshmen and transfer students and provide opportunities for new CU-Boulder parents to become acquainted with the association’s board members, the office of parent relations and staff from student affairs programs and services.The sessions also provide a time to meet and greet parents from around the world.Parents of undergraduate students enrolled at the university automatically become members of the CU Parents Association. No fees or dues are required.Following is the summer barbecue orientation schedule. All sessions will be held at the University Club from 5:45 p.m. to 7 p.m.ß Thursday, June 15ß Monday, June 19ß Thursday, June 22ß Monday, June 26ß Thursday, June 29ß Monday, July 10ß Thursday, July 13ß Monday, July 17ß Thursday, July 20The CU Parents Association provides a variety of services to parents, students, faculty and campus administration, and sponsors numerous activities, including parent panels for recruiting programs, regional parent programs, scholarships and grants. The popular fall Parents Weekend, usually attended by more than 6,000 parents, will be held Oct. 27-29 this year.For more information, contact the Office of Parent Relations at (303) 492-2283 or visit their Web site at www.colorado.edu/sacs/parents. E-mail can be sent to [email protected] Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: June 7, 2000 last_img read more

MEDIA ADVISORY On Churchill Review Timeline

first_img Published: March 13, 2005 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Chancellor Phil DiStefano plans to release the findings of his review related to CU-Boulder Professor Ward Churchill on Monday, March 28. DiStefano said that timeline will allow him and his team to complete the work in accordance with normal university procedures. DiStefano has been assisted in the review by Arts and Sciences Dean Todd Gleeson and Law Dean David Getches. The purpose of the review is to determine whether Professor Churchill may have overstepped his bounds as a faculty member, showing possible cause for dismissal. At the conclusion of the review, the chancellor will determine whether to issue a notice of intent to dismiss for cause, take other action as appropriate, or take no action. If a notice of intent to dismiss for cause or some other action is issued, the next steps will be governed by the Laws of the Regents that provide for due process through multiple levels of review. The CU Board of Regents is the final decision-maker on dismissal of tenured professors for cause. For more information, contact Pauline Hale at (303) 735-6183.last_img read more

Independent Latino parent group recognized by school district

first_imgHomeFeaturedIndependent Latino parent group recognized by school district Sep. 10, 2018 at 5:00 amFeaturedNewsIndependent Latino parent group recognized by school districtAngel Carreras3 years agoNewssmmusdPicture of Latino PEMA Leaders meeting with Dr. Antonio Shelton at SAMOHI Latino and Spanish-speaking parents looking for a place to congregate aside from traditional school groups have a new, district-recognized organization to call home:the Samohi Latino Padres, Estudiantes y Maestros Asociacion (PEMA).The Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District formally recognized Samohi Latino PEMA as an independent parent group at the Thursday, September 6 board meeting.PEMA’s mission is to “provide information and resources to Latino parents and families and to empower them to become involved in the education of their children; with the ultimate goal to have a positive outcome on Latino Student achievement at Samohi.”The group returned to the school board agenda after having their formal recognition and adoption delayed last week due to application issues.Having addressed application challenges with help from the district and legal counsel, the independent group is now official after unanimous approval from the school board.“Samohi Latino PEMA would like to thank every SMMUSD board member for their unanimous approval of our application,” Dr. Berenice Onofre, founder of PEMA said in an emailed statement. “Latino PEMA looks forward to working collaboratively and in partnership with Samohi and district administration & staff to have a positive impact towards accomplishing equity in parent engagement at SMMUSD.”The school board was enthusiastic about the approval, excited for more parent engagement.Board member Ralph Mechur says he felt PEMA members seemed “dedicated to working with our community,” saying he hopes engagement of Latino families rises and that he hopes PEMA is a “great success.”Maria Leon-Vasquez echoed Mechur’s sentiments, saying the group is “much-needed” in a time where the district is attempting to create more family engagement.She questioned the group’s 501c3 designation, which Superintendent Dr. Drati said was due to the group being independent of the district, providing PEMA an option of fundraising if the group wishes to.When reached for comment, Onofre said the group may do small fundraisers, if necessary.While the board was warm to the adoption of PEMA, one public speaker was not.Lupe Ibarra, Chair of the Samohi Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) and President of the District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC), said she felt a Latino / Spanish-speaking parent group would create division within the district and it’s Latino community.“We have the PTSA, it’s the parent support group for all of us,” Ibarra said. “I feel like we’re separating ourselves and self-segregating. Parents need a Spanish group that they can get an education from, they don’t need a group that needs to raise funds … I don’t feel it’s needed. I feel like we’re going backwards instead of forward.”Ibarra further added that she felt PEMA would “feed anger”, saying there are “so many things already” for parents. She said parents have asked her why PEMA formed, answering that she doesn’t know why, but that everyone should get along– at PTSA meetings.Oscar de la Torre pressed Ibarra on her accusations of potential division.“You’re President of DELAC, correct? Most of the members in that organization, are they Spanish-speaking? Majority of them? Is that self-segregation? Do you feel that type of organization is a problem? Do you feel the African American parent support group is also a problem?” De la Torre asked.“No, no, no,” Ibarra said. “I feel we already have a big group with all — the PTSA. Just make it one [group] and come to the meetings. We have a lot of education workshops, all that there. Why separate ourselves? We have a PTA already for everyone. I feel we should all be one family.”De la Torre noted there are roughly 900 Latino students in the district, “which means there must be around 1800 parents,” and a 15% drop-out rate among Latinos, making more engagement and groups necessary. He compared PEMA and the PTSA as Santa Monica and Malibu school districts, realizing they can do better work separately while working for the same goals.Board President Richard Tahvildaran-Jesswein agreed.“We’re all committed to closing the achievement gap,” he said. “Experience isn’t all the same for Latino parents and I, too, welcome many groups. I hope people attend PEMA, other groups, and the PTA.”[email protected] :Newssmmusdshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentAustralia Rocks the Pier Sep. 12Trill app brings the social back to networkingYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall9 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson20 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter20 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor20 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press20 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press20 hours agolast_img read more

Nokia reports uninspiring Q2 but sees 2018 5G boost

first_img Author Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Dito Tags Nokia Related Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more Español AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 26 JUL 2018 center_img Steve Costello Nokia makes AI move with Microsoft Home Nokia reports uninspiring Q2 but sees 2018 5G boost Previous ArticleTelefonica’s Q2 boosted by mobile, fibre gainsNext ArticleSky inks expanded Telefonica agreement, eyes 5G Nokia announced lacklustre second quarter results, which it said were “consistent with our view that the first half of the year would be weak, followed by an increasingly robust second half”.While sales in Nokia’s networks unit were down 6 per cent year-on-year to €4.7 billion, Rajeev Suri, CEO, pointed to the fact that sales in constant currency were flat as evidence that its “top-line started to recover” during the quarter. He also said that the company’s enterprise efforts “continued to proceed well”, with constant currency sales increase of 30 per cent and strength in both vertical markets and webscale companies.It said that “business and regional mix continued to have some impact on gross margins”, as did the actions of a “small number of large customers” which are funding 5G market entry within existing budget plans. But it also noted “momentum” in its end-to-end strategy, with around 40 per cent of the sales pipeline now comprised of solutions, products and services from multiple business groups.Nokia expects market conditions to improve in the second half, and in Q4 in particular, which is traditionally the company’s strongest quarter. This will also be the point at which spend on 5G ramps.“Our view about the acceleration of 5G has not changed and we continue to believe that Nokia is well-positioned for the coming technology cycle given the strength of our end-to-end portfolio. Our deal win rate is very good, with significant recent successes in the key early 5G markets of the United States and China,” Suri said.Away from Networks, sales for Nokia Technologies decreased 2 per cent to €361 million. This was made up of €352 million in patent, technology and brand licensing, and €9 million related to its now offloaded digital health business.The company said the prior-year period featured around €70 million of non-recurring licensing net sales.On a group level, Nokia reported a loss attributable to shareholders of €267 million, compared with a prior-year loss of €423 million, on revenue of €5.3 billion, down from €5.6 billion. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Alianza sobre IA entre Nokia y Microsoftlast_img read more

Nature’s Foresight: Pangolins, Giraffes, Porcupines, and More

first_img“A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man On a new episode of ID the Future, host Sarah Chaffee talks with physician and author Dr. Geoffrey Simmons about nature’s foresight. They discuss illustrations from the world of life including pangolins (aka scaly anteaters), giraffes, and porcupines.Download the podcast or listen to it here.Engineers designing a car have to plan for all kinds of conditions the car might encounter for the car to be successful. Something like this also appears to be necessary for organisms — including the human organism, as Dr. Simmons argues in a recent Evolution News article. Blind natural forces, he explains, don’t have what it takes. Instead, what is required is real foresight, a hallmark of intelligent design.Photo: A ground pangolin, native to Africa, by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters (Manis temminckii) [CC BY 2.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons. Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesis Intelligent Design Nature’s Foresight: Pangolins, Giraffes, Porcupines, and MoreEvolution News @DiscoveryCSCOctober 3, 2018, 4:38 AM Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Evolution NewsEvolution News & Science Today (EN) provides original reporting and analysis about evolution, neuroscience, bioethics, intelligent design and other science-related issues, including breaking news about scientific research. It also covers the impact of science on culture and conflicts over free speech and academic freedom in science. Finally, it fact-checks and critiques media coverage of scientific issues. Share TagsAfricablind natural forcescarengineersforesightGeoffrey SimmonsGiraffehumansintelligent designManis temminckiiorganismpangolinphysicianporcupineSarah Chaffeescaly anteater,Trending Requesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos Recommended A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to Alllast_img read more