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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Sunspots 330

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

Science: Wired reports that human brains are hard-wired to pay attention to animals.

Wired also reports that English uses a lot more positive words (like "happy") than negative ones. English is the only language studied in this way, so far.

The Arts: (or Computing) Wired reports (with pictures) on a painter that uses discarded motherboards as a canvas.
Christianity:  A quotation from Keith Drury, who has been involved in training ministers, mostly in my denomination, The Wesleyan Church, for years, on how the Church should treat Origins.

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