Monthly Archives: December 2011
This is pretty much the only way prayer can work.
As a response to my recent post on Melanie’s Marvellous Measles, I received a comment from a Halifax Skeptic. He has created the perfect response. Blissful Blight Books with 3 new titles. And last but not least: Terrific. Thank you.
The daylight hours increase.
In the research I did while writing my previous post about the ‘miraculous’ cure of Jake Finkbonner, I learned about a connection between necrotising fasciitis and chicken pox. Many of the people who are anti-vaccine, or who promote themselves as … Continue reading
Necrotizing Fasciitis is a rare bacterial infection, one that can have severe consequences if not diagnosed early. Untreated necrotizing fasciitis has a poor prognosis; death or severe morbidity (for example, limb loss) is the frequent outcome. Data on the number … Continue reading
The latest Jesus appearance is in melted crayons. Tara Gomez and her son put a few colourful sticks in the oven as part of an arts and crafts project they wanted to try out. After cooling the mixture in the … Continue reading
xkcd has some new takes on some traditional mnemonics with some creative additions. With a special addition for the holidays.
How do we know things?
He gives more to the 1%. It’s time to Occupy the North Pole.