Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Davids Medienkritik: Stern's Gallery of Stereotypes: USA: The Divided Land

"America According to Stern: Good Versus Evil"

Norman Borlaug: Forgotten Benefactor of Humanity -- Center for Global Food Issues

"Norman Borlaug, the agronomist whose discoveries sparked the Green Revolution, has saved literally millions of lives, yet he is hardly a household name.


Yahoo! News - NYC Recalls Math Guides Full of Errors

"Several answers in the guide were wrong. There were also sloppy diagrams and improper notation of exponents. There were at least 18 errors in the guide, and grammar and spelling issues proved just as problematic as the math. For example, the word 'fourth' was misspelled on the cover of the 4th-grade manual."

Newswise | Did Use of Free Trade Cause Neanderthal Extinction?

Free trade may have contributed to the extinction of Neanderthals 30,000-40,000 years ago, according to a paper published in the “Journal of Economic Organization and Behavior.”

Thursday, March 24, 2005

Underground Extra-terrestrial UFO bases all around the world – a mind boggling theory

"the UFO bases need to be deep under the ground because the UFO crafts need to be close to the mantle of the earth. Servicing of these crafts can be done in that electromagnetic environment only."

Saturday, March 19, 2005

Friday, March 18, 2005

Ten ways Dick Cheney can kill you

The 1000 Styles of Rumsfeld

You may have defeated my Southern Hook Palm technique, but can you defeat the 1000 styles of Rumsfeld?

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Flannery O'Connor Country

Flannery O'Connor Country
The amazing story of how Ashley Smith stopped Brian Nichols's killing spree.

"Ashley Smith and Brian Nichols were together for seven hours. This is Nichols's mug shot. This is Nichols's face after he gave himself up to police Saturday.

Something changed.

Something happened."

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Churches with a Kingdom Focus

"Several types of churches have gotten a lot of attention in recent years because of their incredible rates of growth, with big conferences and best-selling books effectively publicizing their miraculous development. The place where these popular church models and the kingdom-focused church intersect is absolutely crucial."

Thursday, March 10, 2005 - Townes leads life where science and faith coexist

"When Nobel Prize-winning physicist Charles Hard Townes was a professor at Columbia University during the 1950s, a colleague, Willis Lamb, asked him if God ever helps him in the lab. Dr. Townes gave the question some thought. 'Well,' he recalls telling Lamb. 'I think so.'"

101 Zen Stories

101 Zen Stories: "101 Zen Stories"

Sunday, March 06, 2005

Guardian Unlimited | Life | It's not just the hormones ...

"The remodelling of the cortex helps explain another feature of teenagers: their astonishing level of self-centredeness. For a while, as their brain is undergoing changes, they find it hard to recognise other's emotions. If you show teenagers pictures of faces, they will be some 20% less accurate in gauging the emotions depicted, not recovering this ability until they are 18 or so. This may be one of the reasons why they seem unable to read the signs, when treading on thin ice with their behaviour, with no appreciation of the impact of what they are doing on those around them. Teenagers exist in a universe of one."

Friday, March 04, 2005

Anti Banana Society

"The Anti-Banana Society (ABS) is a new subdivision of the United Nations, designed to 'purify' the world of all Bananas. It combines all the world's resources, outstanding technological superiority, and military forces to rid the world of what has become a very serious threat to the survival of humanity and our freedom."

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Why we love LA

PursuitWatch Network - Get notified during live TV police pursuits and high speed chases!

Digital Cameras Help and Tips

"Digital Cameras Help and Tips"

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Dieter Steffmann @ typOasis

Dieter Steffmann font collection.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Early Modern Texts

"Here are versions of some classics of early modern philosophy, prepared with a view to making them easier to read while leaving the main arguments, doctrines, and lines of thought intact."