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Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Sunspots 537

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

The Arts: (or something) Lego-like blocks have been produced, only they are large enough to build real furniture and buildings.

Christianity: Relevant on "How Worry Warps Your View of God," and how to get the right view back.

Benjamin L. Corey gives 12 signs that you got your "Biblical" Worldview from Fox News (not the Bible).

Computing: Gizmo's Freeware reviews free Virtual Private Networks.

Finance: From the New York Times, an interactive web site that helps you decide whether to rent or purchase a home, based on your own data.

Health: Relevant wants to know "Why Don't Churches Ever Talk About Physical Health."

Politics: Benjamin L. Corey also thinks that some people go way too far in their defense of gun rights.

Science: In a report published this week in Nature, we learn that there are about three trillion trees on the earth.

Wired reports that royal jelly doesn't result in queen bees in the way we have thought it did.

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FancyHorse said...

I love those Everblocks! I clicked on the link and saw each photo. I want some! Just imagining what I could do.

The article about Fox news was good. I never watch it unless it's on somewhere, like a restaurant or dr's office, and I don't know what they're talking about. I usually read anyway.
I think Jesus is more liberal than many conservatives want to admit, and more conservative than many liberals want to admit. I try to follow the Bible.

Martin LaBar said...

I think you are right about Jesus and politics.