LifeSiteNews: A new study shows that growing up without a father not only affects behavior – it transforms children’s brain structure. That’s the verdict reached by the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center and recently published in the journal Cerebral Cortex. | Francis R. Bambico, Baptiste Lacoste, Patrick R. Hattan, and Gabriella Gobbi, Father Absence in the Monogamous California Mouse Impairs Social Behavior and Modifies Dopamine and Glutamate Synapses in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex
Cereb. Cortex first published online December 4, 2013 doi:10.1093/cercor/bht310
LifeSiteNews: I started leafing through some textbooks and started thinking about how RU-486 worked. It is a progesterone counterfeit. It tricks the body into thinking that it is progesterone, fills the progesterone receptor with a key that will not turn the lock. It is a very effective blocker, and there was no known antidote. The placenta blood vessels act as if the mother is having a menstrual cycle and the placenta is starved and sloughs off, along with the baby, causing an abortion. God placed in my mind memories of my research in basic protein receptor biology. If we could flood Ashley’s system with progesterone, with “good” keys, then we might be able to out-compete the RU-486 and fill the receptors with working keys that will support the baby’s life like God designed.