Hello to all those who are reading my blog with interest and all those who just happened upon this blog. I am a professor of biology and natural resources at American River College in Sacramento, CA. I am also a marine biologist studying the impact of California sea lions in the Sacramento delta on the fisheries.  I also enjoy writing, and have my first published book coming out in April 2010 called “The Cascade Effect: A Biologist Shares His Faith and His Story Living with Wilsons Disease.”

You will find, hopefully, interesting questions and topics on this blog that will make you think deeply and critically analyze your own beliefs to see where you stand and what you are truly made of. I love dabbling in psychology and the physiological aspects of our beliefs and emotions.

Thanks for visiting!


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