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Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Sunspots 616

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

The Arts: (and Sports) National Public Radio reports on how to practice effectively.

Christianity: A Relevant writer tells us that worship may be personal, but it isn't private.

Computing: Gizmo's Freeware has posted about a utility which can find deleted files.

Ethics: National Public Radio reports that scientists have been able to culture human embryos for 14 days or more, and discusses the ethical implications of this.

Food: A Relevant writer says that 40% of the food in the US is thrown away, and that's a stewardship problem.

Health: NPR says that, if you wonder what happened to a supposed miracle cure of some kind, wonder no more. About half of news stories about medical breakthroughs are about items that are found not to really help us.

Politics: (sort of) Listverse discusses alternative facts.

Wired on Mr. Trump's accusation of illegal wiretaps by the Obama administration.

Science: Scientific American says that the District of Columbia cherry trees will probably bloom earlier this year than they ever have.

National Public Radio reports on possible finding of the oldest fossils ever found.

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