Introducing Amelie Amaya

Couldn’t help it!



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7 responses to “Introducing Amelie Amaya

  1. Now that is love, wow, beautiful – shame it’s entering such a messed up planet… Maybe she’ll help save it?

  2. robert ross

    Yes, it’s nice. And it prompts me to say that a baby never starts by saying “I am Christian”, or “I am Barbadian”, or “I am BLP”.

  3. Yes baby’s are all Christ’s cause the Scripture clearly says that NO child under the age of knowledge goes to HELL !

  4. There goes this thread… BHOW

  5. robert ross

    @ Ian

    Too early to fret….but I do see ur point.

  6. Joy Davilar

    Oh Lordy lol very cute, every week I guess for 36 weeks, not an easy editing task either, very sweet though!

  7. Green Monkey

    Well it’s very nice that this couple was able to have a baby, but will there be enough future babies to keep the human race going? Some scientists are no longer certain that its a sure bet.

    Forget Asteroids and Volcanoes: Chemically Induced Infertility Threatens Human Race

    Anthony Gucciardi
    Activist Post

    Known by some as the ‘infertility timebomb’, men are increasingly becoming infertile at an astounding rate that worries many scientists. We can’t control the trajectory of asteroids, but we can control what we put into our bodies.

    Professor Niels Skakkebaek from the University of Copenhagen has been speaking out about the fertility issue, stating that it is as important as the severe environmental concerns that currently face the planet. Another scientist stated that if scientists from another planet were to study the male reproductive system, they would actually conclude that ‘man was destined for rapid extinction’.

    Ubiquitous, Toxic Chemicals Leading to Mass Infertility

    Given the severity of the problem, you must be wondering why you haven’t heard of it before. Well, it may have to do with the corporate food industry, as well as biotech giant Monsanto. Chances are that you are being exposed to infertility-linked items on a daily basis, from food products to common herbicides. Ubiquitous substances like bisphenol A (BPA) have been tied to fertility defects in offspring which cut off their ability to reproduce, and can be found in everything from plastic water bottles to canned goods. Shockingly, fertility-crushing BPA has been found in 90% of babies’ cord blood.

    Even junk food, which compromises a significant percentage of the American diet, has been directly linked to infertility. Analyzing a similar demographic of males between the ages of 18 and 22, scientists found that those who ate a high amount of junk food had poorer quality sperm than those with a nutrient-dense diet. Is it any wonder that fertility rates are declining?

    Unfortunately, it does not stop there. One recent study found that Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide Roundup can also be contributing to the possible extinction of the human race. Researchers tested Roundup on mature male rats at a concentration range between 1 and 10,000 parts per million (ppm), and found that within 1 to 48 hours of exposure, testicular cells of the mature rats were either damaged or killed.

    The most disturbing part? In a study conducted by a German university, the active component of Roundup, Glyphosate, was found in all urine samples tested. The very substances linked to infertility are perhaps some of the most commonly found in the body. And this is not a complete list — in fact, it is but only a small sample.