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Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Sunspots 217


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


Science:
Slate on why doctors have worn white coats for decades (if not centuries). The American Medical Association is recommending that they do not wear them anymore.

Computing:
Wired, on why you can't find Facebook stuff through a Google search.

Literature:
Elizabeth Moon on why bad books succeed.

Philosophy:
John Lynch on the history of the idea of design in nature -- which, as he points out, is not the same as the history of the Intelligent Design movement.

Christianity:
From USA Today, an editorial on the evidence for the existence of God, and on the evidence for out-of-body experiences. (The writer believes in both.)


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