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The Ebola virus is about to run rampant

By Christopher Cudworth I have this friend that gets sick fairly often. When he gets sick, he gets very sick. Coughing, hacking, spitting blood even. For years he has jokingly called these episodes for what they are. “I have Ebola,” … Continue reading

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There’s a little Apocalypto in us all

By Christopher Cudworth There are certain movies that are watchable again and again. One of my guilty cinematic pleasures is the movie Apocalypto. It is directed by Mel Gibson, whose Passion of the Christ and Braveheart films are some of the … Continue reading

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The muscle of evolution

By Christopher Cudworth As a little kid you’re often more closely in contact with nature. Given the amount of time you spend on or near the ground, playing in dirt and among acorns and ants and thistles, you get a better … Continue reading

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The true story of a lost team photo and its miraculous discovery

By Christopher Cudworth In the era of Facebook and Throwback Thursdays, when Facebookers post sometimes ancient photos of themselves for purposes of entertainment, it is interesting to consider how far we’ve come in terms of being able to share images … Continue reading

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Why Meb’s Boston victory as an American confuses so many people

By Christopher Cudworth Opening the Chicago Tribune the morning after the Boston Marathon, I read a wonderful article by Philip Hersh, one of the leading sportswriters in America. Not only was the article beautiful, so was the photo inside. The … Continue reading

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Universal thoughts on why we run and ride

By Christopher Cudworth with original contributions and inspiration from Monte Wehrkamp  If you don’t believe in evolution, you apparently don’t believe in matter. It’s that simple. Evolution traces the history of all things back to that unimaginable moment when the … Continue reading

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