Finishing up both my final TAM 9 post and a new post on misleading molecular biology animations and their impact on the acceptance of intelligent design – also, This Week in Intelligent Design should be back next week after a month-long break. I even started making notes on Intelligent Design Uncensored yesterday, and it turns out that there’s even more inaccuracies (both scientific and philosophical) than I thought at first glance. My particular favourite so far is a claim that human and guinea pig Vitamin C pseudogenes are [...]
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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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How appropriate for a Tabletop Transitional post! Nothing like a Beck song being accompanied by four men playing percussion with knives and forks at a set table, don’t you think?
“Ah yes, I’d like the 2007 Pinot Cross-Rhythm. No cork, thank you.”
Yes, I’m a bit of a hipster, unfortunately, and I couldn’t maintain a state of not writing about music for much longer than I did. Hence my new side-blog, Dead Melodies, where I’ll be sharing links to and videos of music-related things. It’s a chance to get inside the right hemisphere of my brain for once, really.
The title refers to a Beck song I’m particularly fond of…
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I’m back! Two exams down (my Chemistry exam finished this morning, and my Biology exam was yesterday) and two more to go. The next one, Australian Flora and Fauna, is in a week, so I have a good enough excuse to get back online.
TAM Australia only a little over two weeks away and, as I’ve previously mentioned, George Hrab is playing a show in Melbourne afterwards. My good friend Catherine whipped up some “I <3 HRAB” badges just for the occasion and mine [...]
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Just listen to this tongue-in-cheek masterpiece by Beck, one of my favourite musical artists. Who wouldn’t want to get inside his Hyundai? He’s offering to get with your sister as well, that should seal the deal.