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Daily Archives: September 5, 2009
Biblical scholars see parallels between the creation story of Genesis chapter 1 and the Mesopotamian Enuma Elish. Here’s an example: Parallels like the one above suggest that Genesis 1 was written by a Jew living in Babylonian exile, and that the story … Continue reading
Stephen Hawking thinks that the universe made itself from nothing and that there are no intelligent civilizations within several hundred light years of our own. In short, Hawking basically shoots down, in ten minutes, two recent speculative obsessions of this … Continue reading
That’s the number of book titles in the world (according to Google’s cataloging project). And Geoffrey Nunberg is worried about how the translation of these titles into an electronic data base is going to be handled and managed: Whether the Google … Continue reading
This UFO photo looks rather intriguing, don’t you think? It’s in black and white, which is what you might expect of a photograph if it were taken in 1968, and the image was captured on a sunny day in Southern … Continue reading
Electronic books just got more creepy. Earlier in the summer, Amazon.com unceremoniously removed (remotely) “unauthorized” copies of George Orwell’s 1984 from people’s Kindles. Amazon customers had purchased copies of the electronic book through the Amazon store, and they thought that … Continue reading
I think it is an admirable human trait to love and admire someone who has done a lot of good in the world, and so I don’t begrudge the fanzine style atheist followers that sites like RichardDawkins.net and Jerry Coyne’s blog … Continue reading