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Monthly Archive: July 2009

Jul 08 2009

Applied Religion 101A– Agriculture

So it seems that Science and Religion are two separate, different, but equally valid ways of knowing. Or so the claim goes, anyway (oddly enough, it appears the majority making that claim are of the religious camp). Of course, science tends to converge on a consensus about a particular topic, and religion tends to stake …

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Jul 07 2009

Lonely Percy

Heh. So, PZ tells us about the Missing Universe Creation Museum, a cute little place that reminds us just how wrong someone can be and still claim to have a clue. In particular, this site loves to use one particular phrase (in bold, italic, bright red letters): “If you don’t believe God created all living …

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Jul 05 2009

Happy Birthday To Me…

Yeah, well, I was going to wait until midnight to post this, but I’m sleepy. And old, too. So there. Besides, in some parts of the world it has been my birthday for over half the day already! Six July, wherever you are… I’m not that old, it seems to me;Not even half a century,In …

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Jul 01 2009

The Digital Pack-Rat, Vol. 19

It has been raining here for roughly forty days and nights; I am partway through several books and several chores; Cuttledaughter is a happy graduate and off having fun; it must be time to collect the detritus, flotsam and jetsam of the past couple of weeks’ worth of comments. I begin with one that took …

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