It’s the middle of my Semester 1 exam period at the moment (two down, two to go – I finish on the 20th of June), so I haven’t had much time to write anything in-depth. However, I do have a few potential longer-form posts coming: one looking at the new Ridley Scott film Prometheus from an intelligent design (ID) perspective; one analysing Jonathan McLatchie’s recent ENV post on convergent evolution; and probably another on the distinctions between secular ID, ID creationism and traditional creationism, in the context of scholarly and informal criticism of the ID movement. Phew!
But no time for that now – my next exam, Advanced Techniques in Molecular Science, is on Friday, so I need to keep studying hard! I thought I’d leave you with a few good tunes I’ve been listening to over the past few weeks. A friend recently got me hooked on French Electro Swing band Caravan Palace, and by hooked, I mean hooked. It’s so good, I can’t stop listening. The complexity and personality of early 20th century jazz, with the modern production value of bass-heavy electronic music. Best of both worlds.