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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Sunspots 121

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

Does your local elementary school have enough money to buy pipe cleaners?

(or maybe science) An extremely dedicated invertebrate zoologist shows us her very tattooed back. (Above the waist) If you want to see more "science tattoos" go here .

Wired annotates the chemical content of a self-tanning lotion.

Dahlia Lithwick of Slate on the Democrats giving the Attorney General of the US more power to eavesdrop on communication: "The image of Democrats hypocritically berating the attorney general with fingers crossed behind their backs is ultimately no less appalling than an attorney general swearing to uphold the Constitution with fingers crossed behind his own."

Charles Colson and Anne Morse of Christianity Today on the length of the US Presidential campaign, and related matters.

A Wesleyan blogger has some proposals for a Wesleyan approach to the so-called War on Terror. I think that they are also a Christian approach.

(sort of) Mirtika on what is art, and why.

Mirtika also has pointed out the importance of short stories to fantastic literature.

Bonnie is back to writing about sex. This time she has written about how the reaction of some feminists to pornography parallels Christian mores.

This week's Christian Carnival is here. For information on these Carnivals, go here .

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