Tag Archives: science

The Centrifuge Brain Project


This video is a blast to watch.  It’s not too long, but fun.  It is about the world’s most awesome research project (wink wink).  

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It Makes You Think


“What have I always told you about liberals? Well, many things, I know. They categorize people. They make moral judgments on people on the basis of surface matters. They don’t see the humanity of an individual. They see the skin color; they see the sex; the gender; the orientation [; the political views]. And from there they make their judgments on people.” — Rush Limbaugh

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Who’s The One That Believes In Fairy-Tales?


Frequently, you go stumbling through the Internet and see some web sites thinking they are the grand master of intellect.  They proceed to ridicule and minimize those of religion, and then by a very ignorant and vague series of “proofs” proceed to demonstrate the “superiority” of the scientist or atheist. I find these comparisons quite […]

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Part 2: The Creation (or The War of Science and Main Stream Christianity)


This article is sort of a “I really should have written about this in the other article” type thing. Somehow I just couldn’t get this topic out of my head.  Perhaps it was viewing the History Channel recently, and their fetish with constantly misunderstanding or misrepresenting Christian (and Jewish) beliefs about the Earth and its […]

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The Creation (or The War of Science and Main Stream Christianity)


There is a bizarre and disturbing war of misunderstandings going on between science and those claiming to be Christians.  Oddly enough, there are those on both sides that claim the universe just “popped” into existence, although by completely different methods.  I am amused at the whole situation. Here’s the scenario: Science: The universe began as […]

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The Near Impossibility of Time Travel


Oh yes, a great science fiction plot object.  My father’s favorite story line.  The “Time Travel” gimmick that entertains everyone from the Geek to the casual reader. I am a big viewer of the “Nerd Channels” on television.  I like to watch the Science Channel and Discovery channel quite regularly.  I’ve given up on TLC […]

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