Monthly Archives: July 2011

Green Wi-fi

Elizabeth May, Canada’s only Green Party MP has joined the ranks of those speaking out  against the use of wireless networks. “It is very disturbing how quickly WiFi has moved into schools as it is children who are the most … Continue reading

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Surfing in Colorado

When you think of surfing, Colorado is not the first place you think of. Nor are Canada Geese. Perhaps this will change your mind. From here.

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What does HIV look like?

The answer is here. Cast: Project manager & visualization: Ivan Konstantinov Research & texts: Yury Stefanov (Ph.D) Model assembly: Alexander Kovalevsky Science consultant: Yegor Voronin (Ph.D, Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise) Web-technology: Kirill Grishanin Flash-technology: Maxim Grishaev Details are here   … Continue reading

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More on the BPA Debate

Last fall I wrote a post about bisphenol-A (BPA) in which I questioned the science behind the banning of the chemical in Canada and certain other countries. Last month, in an epub ahead of print article in the Journal of … Continue reading

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Abusive Buddhists

I am going to preface this post by stating that my knowledge of Buddhism is very limited. What I do know is that Buddhist monks are often seen as teachers, and appropriately or not, as moral leaders. This makes the … Continue reading

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Gay Barbarians

Michele Bachman is a Republican Member of Congress from Minnesota who has White House aspirations. She has been “called by god” to seek the presidency, even though some consider it to be non-biblical. Her husband, Marcus, runs a Christian counselling … Continue reading

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Lessons on Accepting Responsibility

The Roman Catholic has been claiming a monopoly on moral teachings for the past 2,000 odd years. The latest lesson they are expounding upon is how not to accept responsibility. Abusive priests who have been shuffled around by the church … Continue reading

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The Internet is Killling Christianity

According to Josh McDowell, a Christian apologist, the Internet is causing great harm to Christianity, and the reason is simple. Information. “The Internet has given atheists, agnostics, skeptics, the people who like to destroy everything that you and I believe, … Continue reading

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What makes a good father?

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Rumspringa and Dangerous Driving

The Amish people are known for their strict rules that define their lifestyle, clothing, length of hair, style of buggy, and avoidance of technology. During the adolescence of Amish males however, they enter a period known as Rumspringa. Rumspringa has … Continue reading

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