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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Sunspots 209


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



Humor:
10 top reasons why men should not be ordained.

Science:
Finally! The cow genome has been sequenced, according to NPR.

According to The Curious Mister Catesby, a documentary film aired on South Carolina Public TV on April 23rd, Mark Catesby, an early naturalist who wrote about, and painted, the wildlife and flora of South Carolina (and other places, but less so) was probably the first modern writer to write about habitat degradation, and also the first to suggest that birds migrate for long distances.

Computing:
(or something) A stop-action video of a pig and a wolf, a little less than 4 minutes, on YouTube. It's had over a million hits.

There's a possible danger, if you use GMail. Here's the way to, at least partly, fix it.

Literature:
(or something, probably several things) Wired on the Georgia Guidestones, which is, as they say, the strangest monument in the US, perhaps the world. They are near Elberton, Georgia. I have seen them from the nearby road a couple of times, but never close-up.

Christianity:
olsuit has begun posting a series of excellent sermons on the Ten Commandments. Here's the first one.


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