Monthly Archives: February 2016

Toxins on our Food

Nearly twenty years ago I was on a cross Canada road trip and I had become accustomed enough to the sight of stacks of jugs near prairie dumps that I no longer remarked on it. On this occasion I was … Continue reading

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What I Learned in Graduate School

By the time students enter university they are not limited to learning from their professors. They still find information in the classroom, and can mine the textbooks for still more, but much of the learning is done by discussing ideas … Continue reading

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Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash

Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson My rating: 4 of 5 stars View all my reviews

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The Bible is Perfect. No Wait, It’s Not

Many Christians trouble themselves over whether the bible, the book they rely on for so much of their understanding of both the physical and spiritual the world, is perfect and the writing of god, or whether it is flawed and … Continue reading

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