Biological reproduction has long been a mystery among biologists and pastors alike. But thanks to the geniuses over at Lake Nona, the dark veil may have finally been lifted. Human beings, long thought to be asexual mammals–where the female buds an offspring out of her vagina, and the male serves [...]
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A heralding achievement that will forever be recognized as a major breakthrough in biology occurred last evening at UCF’s Lake Nona research facility when Michael Web, M.D., published results from his painstaking twenty-year project. “At first I thought that my data had been confounded in some manner,” reported Web, M.D., [...]
Suicide has long been an ailment of the college milieu. Surveys report that half of college students nationwide have contemplated suicide at least once. But what if this act of desperation that has been with us since the dawn of man could be wielded for the betterment of not only [...]