Monthly Archives: July 2008

Business Venture

An IM Conversation: megs 12:54 we too should get our dissertations published on dissertation.com rather than submitting them to UMI and peer reviewed journals phys-bomb 12:57 I’ll bring it up with Jane. megs 12:58 oh wait lets start our own … Continue reading

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Evolution in Museums

Over on Pharyngula, PZ Myers posted a complaint about the problem of dumbing down museum exhibits today. I’ve worked on some exhibits myself, and while I’ve been encouraged to write at a 4th-6th grade level, I’ve never been encouraged to … Continue reading

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Horrible Cinematography

Two points of confusion about the History Channel: 1) Why are they doing shows about dinosaurs and about the evolution of eyes and other interesting creature features? I’m glad these shows are out there, I’m just confused about the choice … Continue reading

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2 women say they were denied jobs over hijabs Two Muslim women in Dearborn were denied jobs at one of the only two McDonalds in the USA that has halal Chicken Nuggets because of their headscarves. This kind of logic … Continue reading

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Death is like a box of chocolates

Via Gizmodo I found out about a company in the UK that is combining eco-friendly coffins with um…style? Creative Coffins makes eco-friendly coffins out of wood pulp and such things, and then personalizes them by giving them a printed design … Continue reading

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young earth creation scienitifified

Via erv, I became aware of a new publication by the Answers in Genesis folks called Answers Research Journal. It is a peer reviewed journal in Creation Science. I have to hand it to AiG, they have taken the scientific … Continue reading

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Journey to the Cinema – 3D

I went to see Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D last week, and I LOVED it. I would definitely suggest you go see the 3D version (just call your local cinema to see if they have that). Some … Continue reading

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