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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Sunspots 105


Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:


Humor:
Google Maps is usually unhumorous, although useful. But try asking it for directions from an East Coast city to one in Europe, say from Miami to Copenhagen. (This doesn't seem to work for West Coast cities to Asia.)

Science:
Henry Neufeld skewers Richard Dawkins. Of course, Dawkins isn't listening.

Neufeld has also written a FAQ on Theistic Evolution.

The National Cancer Institute has a Breast Cancer Risk Evaluation tool, which will calculate your risk of breast cancer.

Jan on how males and females find directions differently (in monkeys, too.)

CNN reports on a possible earth-like planet, found orbiting another star.

Politics:
The text of the second amendment to the US Constitution, which is as follows:
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. [emphasis added]

Henry Neufeld on the shootings at Virginia Tech .

Music:
Bonnie argues for more appreciation of good music in church, and by churches. She's right.

Literature:
On why a blogger "hates Christian SF."



There is a Christian Carnival this week! For information on these Carnivals, go here .


Thanks for reading! Keep clicking away.

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4 comments:

Rob Rumfelt said...

Thanks so much for that Energion link! What a great site. You are wonderful resource!

Have a good day. . .

Martin LaBar said...

Thanks. It's nice to be of help!

Julana said...

Our church goes what I call the "banging clanging" route, even though they have members of the local symphony orchestra sitting in the congregation.

Martin LaBar said...

I guess there's room for some of that, but there should also be room for Bach, for example.

Thanks.