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Latter posts - further reading

Why don't you turn to a book, read a comic or scientific paper? Some all time favourites that crossed my path recently.

A 120 page novel

Stanislaw Lem, one of my favorite authors died recently. As his best story (Experimenta Felicitologica) is not available in English - well read the Futurological Congress. Still excellent after the 5th time.

Evolutionists are the better demagogues

"Reading the entrails of chickens: molecular timescales of evolution and the illusion of precision." by Dan Graur and William Martin.

Here's a motivating yet misleading excerpt:

In fact, we might ultimately be able to tell whether the human–chimpanzee divergence occurred on a Monday or not.

Promise to read the rebuttal too, will you?

The best graphic novel on the cheapest paper

The best story line to start reading Cerebus is Church and State.


"Cerebus will bless your baby and tell you a valuable story. You can get what you want and still not be happy about it."

Andrew Sun (guest) - 2006-04-08 16:38

Hello

I'm considering starting a blog on scientific literacy in English. Although the purpose is somewhat different from yours that aims for communication within academic collegues, blogs on science rather than 'politics and Harry Potter', as a whole, are of a limited number. I'm glad to know this blog and will drop in from time to time.

spitshine - 2006-04-10 23:08

On the way out

Ahem, yes thanks but this blog on is on its way out. Visiting from time to time might be, ahem, optimistic.

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