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Sci Phi Show interview with Susan Blackmore

The Sci Phi Show has an interview with Dr Susan Blackmore, mainly about memes and touching heavily on religion. I know the interviewer personally and even suggested one of the questions (it’s at 11:03).

See what you think.

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The Dilbert Blog

I just noticed the other day that Scott Adams, of Dilbert fame, has a blog. This has been sucking a lot of productivity, but it’s worth it. Particularly amusing is the fact that his posts on Intelligent Design cause the number of comments to quadruple. (A horde of people arguing about evolution is the only known force more powerful than a Slashdotting.)

Also interesting, Scott Adams’ top two favourite TV shows coincide with my own – 24 and House. Mmmmm, validation.

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Links

Ebon Musings is a collection of atheist essays; came across this a couple of months ago, and it’s one of the best such collections I’ve seen.

And a link that I found today from one of those essays, A Brief History of the Apocalypse, is a catalogue of predictions of the end of the world. Mark 13:32 is open to interpretation, apparently.

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Google Maps Come to Sydney

After feeling like second-class world citizens behind the US for years, Google Maps now cover Sydney, along with other Australian cities (at least all the capitals, and it looks like a lot of others too). Ah, the joys of not having to the browser idiosyncrasies of WhereIs.com anymore.

I can’t help but think that the timing is too much of a coincidence

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A Salvation Story

A Salvation Story – christ-on-a-stick’s story of her path into atheism.

Definitely worth a read, although it is dangerously long.

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