Monthly Archives: August 2011

Facebook Riots

The press is churning out countless words analysing and reporting on the biggest news story of the hour: the London Riots. Reports will continue thick and fast for the next few weeks as the situation and developments are analysed – … Continue reading

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No Room for Evil

Reading Bob Brockie‘s excellent World of Science opinion piece in the Dominion Post (Aug 8, 2011) highlighted an idea I’ve been exploring for a while. That the word “Evil” is used to end any and all debate. Put simply, if … Continue reading

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Questioning Christian Values

An accident being widely reported in New Zealand media, and around the world, concerns a Kiwi tourist who almost died when her hand was severed while on a¬†yacht in Coatia. The hand was reattached after a six hour operation. Two … Continue reading

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The world is not flat!

My wife, a very sensible woman, tells me I should live and let live – let people believe what they want to believe. They are hurting no one. Who am I to tell you there is no god? Who am … Continue reading

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Donate $1

Here’s an idea: I don’t make any money from this blog. I make no money by selling products. I make no money.In my travels, I have found that people can make money simply by asking for it. If you don’t … Continue reading

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another blog nobody reads…

A quick search of the word “Blog” in the Google Blog search page returned 2.9 billion results. Does that mean there are 2.9 billion blogs out there? Not really, but it does mean that the world is over serviced with … Continue reading

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