That old “really the earth is cooling and we’re about to have an ice age” argument gets another outing, this time in The Australian courtesy of Phil “Australia’s first astronaut” Chapman. Greensblog comprehensively debunks his arguments, which basically rest on… Read More ›
Month: April 2008
You might remember a discussion on the Cast Iron Balcony about the panty-sniffing godbag scum who recently did a large letter-drop of graphic material advocating forced pregnancy as policy. The anti-abortion culprits call themselves the “Tell The Truth” coalition. Their… Read More ›
Read. Bookmark. Refer to this the next time you need to refute bad arguments against evolution from creationists and IDologists. Favourite bit: The Second Law of Thermodynamics argument is one of the hoariest, silliest claims in the creationist collection. It’s… Read More ›
Pennsylvania Primary: what are the good reasons and what are the bad reasons to vote for either Dem candidate?
Just a nod to the fact that a majority of my readers are US voters, some of them are in Pennsylvania, and the polls have not yet closed. It’s still the 22nd over there. It’s a no-brainer that with all… Read More ›
Hmmm, which one could it be? * Wilt Chamberlain, Basketball Hall of Fame inductee * Musashimaru (born Fiamalu Penitani), Sumo grand champion, highest level * Danica Patrick, Indy car driver, first-time winner If you guessed that it’s the woman who… Read More ›
Beppie mailed me links to these a few weeks ago (and I forgot to do anything with them!), promotional shots of the scrumptious David Tennant looking all fierce and cool for the just-started 4th season of Doctor Who in the… Read More ›
You are a dog Or maybe you are a mosquito, you certainly can’t be human. The highest pitched ultrasonic mosquito ringtone that I can hear is 21.1kHz Find out which ultrasonic ringtones you can hear!
Making pop songs from political speeches seems to be becoming a trend. The GetUp Mob has set the Apology to music. The song originates in Paul Kelly’s “From Little Things, Big Things Grow”, written in the 80s about the 1966… Read More ›