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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Sunspots 542

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else: 
Christianity: Ken Schenck says that the Bible is "inspired, infallible and inerrant," and discusses the meaning of those three terms. 

  Food: Here's the difference between cilantro and Italian parsley.

Health: The New York Times reports on scientific studies on the health benefits of drinking tea.
National Public Radio reports that (surprise!) we are sitting down too much for our health.

(or something) Wired on what happens to buildings abandoned by Pizza Hut.

  Literature: Wired reports that Tolkien sketched a lot (maps, and other things) while writing his masterpiece.

Politics: Benjamin L. Corey on why the gun lobby loves a mass shooting.
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