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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Sunspots 285

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

Science: (or something) NPR reports that drug companies have often used doctors who have done unethical things, or administered treatments outside of accepted medical norms, as their spokespersons.
Computing: Information Week has an article on fixing laptop (and other portable computer types) over-heating.

Christianity: Todd Wood (See here for his blog) has begun contributing to something called the Center for Faith and Science International. His first contribution is a summary of the beliefs of what he calls Young-Age Creationism. (I usually use Young-Earth Creationism, and I think most others in the field do, but never mind.) It's a short, well-written summary.

Anne attempts to consider all sides of the issue of homosexual behavior. (She recognizes that not everyone thinks that more than one side -- the one they are on -- should be considered.)

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Weekend Fisher said...

Thank you for the link.

Those articles are harder to write than I thought they'd be. Switching sides of an argument that often leaves me dizzy ...

Take care & God bless
Anne / WF

Martin LaBar said...

I'm not surprised that it's difficult. I have the same sort of problem sometimes.

Thanks for the comment, and for your post.