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Getting It Wrong: How Not to Save LDS Youth in a Secular Age

For those of you who may not already know, during the last few months there has been a bit of an intellectual brawl going on among a handful of influential Mormon academics. The most recent verbal scuffles have revolved around … Continue reading

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Monday Link Dump: Antibacterial Silver, Jim Henson Letters, 3D Sugar Printers, and Why You Should Never Use Your ATM Card

Silver has long been thought to have anti-bacterial properties. New research suggests how silver works against bacteria and that adding silver to standard antibiotics not only makes them more effective, but actually reverses antibiotic resistance in E. Coli .

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Monday Morning Link Dump: 6 Californias, Anarchist Author Grows Up, Luxury Scientific Journals, and more

It’s Monday again! Here is a selection of interesting links that I have run across that I never got around to sharing: Silicon Valley Entrepreneur proposes splitting California into six new individual states

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My New Internet Puppet Show: Rusty & Ollie’s Fun, Facts, and Follies

While a lot of my blogging focuses on topics of religion and politics, long-time readers of my blog know that I have many other interests. One of those interests is puppetry. I’ve been performing as a puppeteer alongside my wife, … Continue reading

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Doubting Darwinism – 150 Years of The Origin of the Species

Today marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of “The Origin of the Species” by Charles Darwin.  If you’ve followed this blog for a significant time you know that I have doubts about the compatibility of Darwinism and the belief … Continue reading

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