It seems like multiple blog posts are all below the surface but none are ready to emerge yet, including a 2010 ID review post, a sci-ID post, a chemistry post, an extremophile post… so you’re getting this quick one instead, just to make sure you know I’m not dead.
Also, sorry about the lack of TWiID on Tuesday, I was unable to blog then (or yesterday as it happens). Don’t worry, you can take it from me that you didn’t miss much in the intelligent design world. Is it just [...]
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I compose music in my spare time, while I’m not reading up on biology and skepticism and listening to podcasts about said topics. As a student, “spare time” is hard to come by, so I’ve been a bit lacking the composing department of late. I apologise to the two people who I know have heard my music – sorry!
Anyway, I’ve recently written a new piece for solo piano, and I’ve put it up on the Homologous Music site for everyone to listen to.
It’s called Germinate. I [...]
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Now, I know you may think this has absolutely nothing to do with evolution, creationism or even skepticism (and you’d be basically right), but I just had to blog this, it’s just that awesome.
There’s a website called ThruYOU, where seemingly unrelated YouTube videos are mixed together to create music videos. Does it sound a bit weird? Sound like something that only some sort of loner electronica fan would like to listen to? Sound like some random postmodernist crap that only a 19-year old liberal arts student could [...]
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My music sub-site, Homologous Music, has been released!
Over the coming months, it will be a place for me to post music that I have recorded and written. Some pieces will have skeptical themes, from bagging Ray Comfort to praising my personal, all-powerful deity, Charles Darwin, and some will not.
The first piece up is called Reverence, and has been described by people who have heard it as being a little like the music you hear in the dungeons of Japanese RPGs.
Expect more pieces [...]
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