Monthly Archives: December 2008

Should we buy organic food…?

I was having a discussion with my wife, and her father this morning about organic foods. My wife is a big proponent of them, I am skeptical of them, and my father-in-law really does not have an opinion either way, … Continue reading

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Secular Alliance of Indiana University field trip to the Creation “Museum”

Great video… I’m not sure I have anything to add to it at this time, so I’ll just leave it up to the folks who made it to explain: On 15 November 2008, the Secular Alliance of IU took a … Continue reading

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Chilean cardinal incapable of seeing what really matters

Many mornings I spend a bit of time glancing through various news sources to see what’s going on in the world that Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert did not cover the previous night. So this morning, I was on MSN, … Continue reading

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2008 Bailout vs other large goverment projects

[Image re-posted from http://voltagecreative.com/blog/2008/11/scary-bailout-money-info-graphic/ ] I came across this from Phil Plait (I think) on Bad Astronomy, and felt what it shows is highly overlooked recently… When you look at what this bailout means in terms of the raw amount … Continue reading

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CFI: It’s Time for Science and Reason

I have a large number of posts started, but I have had little time to finish them of late, so I am going to try to at least post a few quick things while I finish up some of those … Continue reading

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