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  • The Scriptorium

    3/16/2013

    Reviving the Woolly Mammoth: Will De-Extinction Become Reality?

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 2:28 am

    That’s just what we need! A bunch of mentally deranged woolly mammoths with screwed up DNA running around. Did these “conservationists” not watch Jurassic Park?? And, what happened to humans needing to stop interfering with nature? I guess that only applies to us non-conservationists.

    Biologists briefly brought the extinct Pyrenean ibex back to life in 2003 by creating a clone from a frozen tissue sample harvested before the goat’s entire population vanished in 2000. The clone survived just seven minutes after birth, but it gave scientists hope that “de-extinction,” once a pipedream, could become a reality. Ten years later, a group of researchers and conservationists gathered in Washington, D.C., today (March 15) for a forum called TEDxDeExtinction, hosted by the National Geographic Society, to talk about how to revive extinct animals, from the Tasmanian tiger and the saber-toothed tiger to the woolly mammoth….

    Read more HERE

    Mormon Church Rewrites it’s History….again

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 2:12 am

    There have already been thousands of documented changes made to the Book of Mormon since Joseph Smith used his “seer’s stone” and a hat to translate it. Now, it seems the LDS church is trying to fix more problems by selective editing of their texts. From polygamy to blacks not being allowed to hold the priesthood, there is a lot of cleaning up to do. I would ask Mormons to consider this question, “Was Joseph Smith wrong, or was God wrong?” God does not need editing, but men do.

    A newly released digital edition of the four books of LDS or Mormon scripture—the Holy Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price—includes editorial changes that reflect a shifting official view on issues like polygamy, the Church’s history of racism, and the historicity of LDS scripture.

    Perhaps the most significant is the inclusion of a new heading to precede the now-canonized 1978 announcement of the end of the LDS Church’s ban on black priesthood ordination:

    The Book of Mormon teaches that “all are alike unto God,” including “black and white, bond and free, male and female” (2 Nephi 26:33). Throughout the history of the Church, people of every race and ethnicity in many countries have been baptized and have lived as faithful members of the Church. During Joseph Smith’s lifetime, a few black male members of the Church were ordained to the priesthood. Early in its history, Church leaders stopped conferring the priesthood on black males of African descent. Church records offer no clear insights into the origins of this practice.

    I would offer Satan as a definite source of this practice, along with Polygamy.

    To read about the rest of the changes and omissions click here.