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Daniel Woodworth
Worked at TCU School of Geology, Energy, and the Environment
Attends Rice University
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Written and performed by a friend of mine, with a message worth hearing.
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Indeed, +Amanda Gesi.
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Anatomy of a Failure: Andrew Wakefield and the Limits of Peer Review
     One could argue that few, if any, medical studies have had the same impact as Andrew Wakefield's study, published in the British journal  Lancet , attempting to establish a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. Certainly, no study has had the same i...
One could argue that few, if any, medical studies have had the same impact as Andrew Wakefield's study, published in the British journal Lancet, attempting to establish a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. Certainly, no study has had the same impact with as small a dataset - Wakefield's ...
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We have another new member! Please welcome +Michael English. Michael, when you get a chance, leave a post in this section introducing yourself.
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Thank you for letting me join this group. I look forward to the opportunity to learn and grow in my faith. A little about myself, I'm a long haul truck driver and have been doing this for almost 24 years. Married to a very forgiving and understanding wife for 21 years. Together we have 3 amazing kids. I've grown up in the church but that doesn't that I've led a Christian life. I'm ashamed to say that over the years I've made a mockery of Christianity. I'm a sinner, I've fallen short of God's glory and if I get what I deserve I will spend eternity separated from God. "But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us". I'm so thankful for that promise and that sacrifice. His Grace is so amazing! I look forward to being a part of this community. 
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Please welcome our newest member, +Brendan The Writer! It's good to have you here. When you get a chance, please introduce yourself here (a little bit about yourself and your doctrinal background - nothing too formal).
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It's actually a British phrase. It means 'wonderful person to be around'. Did I mention that I'm humble? 
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"The candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the government upon vital questions, affecting the whole people, is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the Supreme Court, the instant they are made, in ordinary litigation between parties, in personal actions, the people will have ceased to be their own rulers, having to that extent practically resigned their government into the hands of that eminent tribunal." - Abraham Lincoln 
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+Samuel Marinov And if the courts decide they aren't subject to impeachment? Again, you haven't grasped the implications of making the courts the final arbiter of constitutionality.
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This is an old article (April of last year), but it's extremely interesting. I've been following the development of thorium reactors in India (and to some extent China), with excitement, as a scientist watching the newest great invention, and dismay, as an American watching my country fiddling away its leadership.
WELL begun; half done. That proverb—or, rather, its obverse—encapsulates the problems which have dogged civil nuclear power since its inception. Atomic energy is...
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Ach, I should have done this Friday, but I'm going to plead graduate school.

Please welcome our newest member, +Patrick Lauser! Patrick, when you get a chance, leave a post introducing yourself here.
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Thank you!
Yes, I was working on one and it got lost, so I will get a new one up soon.
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My sporadic blogging is generally whatever happens to come to mind, and this time it was the runoff election coming up in two weeks (although early voting starts next week). I thought I'd explain my rational for voting the way I plan to in the briefest possible terms.
The Texas Lt. Governor fills a role in both the executive and legislative branches of the Texas government. In the executive branch, the Lt. Governor becomes the acting governor Governor be incapable of fulfilling his duties, either temporarily or permanently. The Lt. Governor is also President ...
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  • TCU School of Geology, Energy, and the Environment
    Student Researcher, 2013 - 2014
  • TCU Physics and Astronomy
    Student Researcher, 2011 - 2012
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Fort Worth, Texas
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Peace if possible, truth at all costs
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I am a scientist, a writer, and an occasional would-be philosopher, but I am a Christian before all else. I am working toward a doctorate in geoscience, with an emphasis on geophysics, with the eventual goal of teaching at the university level and furthering our understanding of the Earth's systems through research. For now, though, I study and pontificate on whatever happens to interest me.
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  • Rice University
    Geophysics, 2014 - present
  • Texas Christian University
    Geology, 2010 - 2014
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