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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Sunspots 262

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



Science:National Public Radio reports on the recent attempt to produce an artificial "cell" with DNA prepared and provided by the experiments. It's not really artificial life, says the report, but it makes some long-standing ethical questions more immediately important.

Computing:
Wired reports that a Chicago judge, who was sent hundreds of e-mails by supporters of a public figure, in an attempt to influence the judge, could not hold that public figure in contempt of court. Don't start e-mailing judges, though . . .

Christianity:
The Evangelical Environmental Network has a comprehensive statement on what the Bible says about creation care. The statement is almost entirely quotations from the Bible, a lot of them.


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