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Thursday, November 29, 2007


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





Science:
In case you were planning to commit a murder, Slate has posted information on how to remove DNA evidence. It isn't easy.

Literature:
A thoughtful, and relatively brief, discussion of what would and what wouldn't be expected to change in the future. (Writers of fantastic fiction don't always use good sense about this.)

Jeffrey Overstreet has a lot of material on Philip Pullman's The Golden Compass.

Peter Chattaway has published an interview with Pullman. Here's one very interesting statement:
Those who are committed materialists (as I claim to be myself) have to account for the existence of consciousness, or else, like the behaviourists such as Watson and Skinner, deny that it exists at all.

Christianity:
Katherine has a fine alphabetical list (with some letters more than once) of Bible verses relating to what we should be. She's got a similar list about what God does.


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


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