Sally Ride died because she was a LESBIAN:
What was that I was stating tother day about that crew of (someone called them Christians I fail to find that so) over at the Family Research Council. I lifted this from their SCIENCE PAGE!
"Sally Ride: Dead at 61
Sally Ride, the first U.S. female astronaut, died this year at 61 of pancreatic cancer. Most women live until their 80s. Something strange afoot?
Sometimes the scientific research done by this group is carried out by people who have been thrown out of professional organizations.
Ride was married to a fellow astronaut from 1982 to 1987. But it was just revealed she had a long time lesbian relationship of 27 years. Do the math: her 27 year relationship with a professor of school psychology (and co-founder of Sally Ride's company) means that she got into that relationship in 1985, smack in the middle of her marriage. It would appear that her childhood friend broke up her marriage.
And Sally may have paid with some of her lifespan. Our latest research into recent homosexual obituaries from San Francisco indicates that lesbians are dying on average around 60ish. Ride fits the pattern of lesbian deaths, but not that of married women's deaths, which usually extend into the early-to-mid 80s.
Is this proof that homosexual activity leads to an early death? No, of course not. Had she stayed married, Sally Ride might have died at the same age and of the same malady. But, on average, her death fits a consistent pattern suggesting that homosexuality is associated with an early demise."
I guess Lesbians must produce a certain thingy in the thing or the watchermacallit that tells MOTHER NATURE that shes now with another woman. Which wakes up the DROP DEAD DEGENERATE IN SPACE cells!
I lover science writes "Smack in the middle" must have and advanced degree of pulpit pounding.
Anyway the link is from Right Wing Watch
By the way some of the so called research on the HATE GROUPS SITE is carried out by discredited scientists dropped by their professional organizations.
"On December 2, 1983, the American Psychological Association sent Paul Cameron a letter informing him that he had been dropped from membership. Early in 1984, all members of the American Psychological Association received official written notice that "Paul Cameron (Nebraska) was dropped from membership for a violation of the Preamble to the Ethical Principles of Psychologists" by the APA Board of Directors.5 Cameron has posted an elaborate argument about his expulsion from APA on his website, claiming that he resigned from APA before he was dropped from membership. Like most organizations, however, APA does not allow a member to resign when they are being investigated. And even if Cameron's claims were accepted as true, it would be remarkable that the largest professional organization of psychologists in the United States (and other professional associations, as noted below) went to such lengths to disassociate itself from one individual.
At its membership meeting on October 19, 1984, the Nebraska Psychological Association adopted a resolution stating that it "formally disassociates itself from the representations and interpretations of scientific literature offered by Dr. Paul Cameron in his writings and public statements on sexuality."6
Here is a link that might be useful: Sally