There are so many great webcomics out there that every time I mention another I feel as though I should have already brought your attention to it. Scenes From A Multiverse is no exception. It’s clever, funny, and due to its sci-fi nature, often touches on areas in science and related topics.
Of course, this means that intelligent design was bound to come up sooner or later.
Click on the image to see the full comic!
Hat-tip to my good friend [...]
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No This Week in Intelligent Design tonight, sorry. See this is why we can’t have nice things I shouldn’t promise posts at certain times – things always come up and spoil it for everyone.
As another attempt at appeasing you all, I was going to post a great song by Andrew Bird, one of my favourite musicians, entitled “Tables and Chairs” (I thought it was nominally appropriate), but apparently YouTube embedding isn’t working at the moment. So here’s something at least as good.
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Once again, Zach Weiner captures my very essence via the medium of webcomics. This has got to stop sometime, right? I mean, this blog is filled with so much SMBC that I fear Zach will soon file for copyright infringement.
I would watch this so hard. Make it happen, Zach Weiner.
From Abtruse Goose, where dreams come true.
I have the strangest compulsion to horizontally transfer a sandwich into my mouth right now.
Via The Last Word On Nothing.
This is an old Girl Genius comic, but it’s one of my favourites. In fact, it neatly summarises my opinion of the supernatural worldview – magic is just natural law waiting to be fully understood.
“If we found a ghost in the machine we’d have to start looking for the machine in the ghost.” -Paul Broks
Oh, and you should read Girl Genius, if you don’t already. Great webcomic.
Yes! This is what the science education system needs! Argh, put it in every textbook in the world!
The best Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal this year by far, and maybe the best votey comic for the past few.
It’s funny because it’s true.
Don’t forget the votey!
This SMBC sums up a lot of what I feel about mainstream science journalism. There’s not much more to add, really. Just don’t do it, journalists.
Oh, and tomorrow there will be a special This Month in Intelligent Design post to make up for my lack of TWiID over the past month. Not that much has been going on in the ID community recently, but it’s the thought that counts, right?
Sigh. I thought I would have enough time to get back to my usual Monday Science Link and This Week in Intelligent Design, but it looks like that won’t be possible until after TAM Australia. Damn, another week where I let you all down in a way that you’ll probably get over very quickly.
Anyway, to somehow help ease the pain, here’s another brilliant SMBC comic. Oh, and Zach, the guy behind it, has a book that he wants you to buy, the newly-released print version of another [...]
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