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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Sunspots 432

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

Christianity: Leaving aside who is right and who is wrong, Charles Haynes, columnist, says, I believe correctly, that public school teachers and curricula are not adequately equipped to "teach the controversy" over origins.

Health: (And life and death) Wired reports on how we don't monitor carbon monoxide very well, with, sometimes, deadly consequences.

Politics: (and science) Four public servants, who served as heads of the Environmental Protection Agency under Republican presidents, for a total of 43 years of service, have combined to chastise all too many Republican legislators for dismissing climate change, and failing to act on it.

The lyrics to "When Did Jesus Become a Republican?"

Science: Wired reports on maps of past data, showing how likely you may be to suffer from floods, tornadoes, etc.

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