Monthly Archives: November 2010

These Are a Few of My Favourite Things (About Evolution): Pt. 1

I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine that had to do with some of the more amazing things we knew from evolutionary theory, which got me thinking about some of the things I’ve learned that have shocked/delighted … Continue reading

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Movember: Concluded

Now that Movember (Mustache November) has ended (almost), I’d like to share with you what I’ve learned: 1. Movember is about raising money for prostate cancer research, not necessarily about raising awareness. More on that later. 2. I grow a … Continue reading

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I Donated to Wikipedia

As you may all be very well aware, this “Jimmy Wales” character, the founder of wikipedia, keeps popping up at the top of the wiki articles with nice photo-shoot type pictures and a heart felt message.

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Is the World Becoming a Worse Place?

I feel as though, in my attempts to learn more about sociology, politics, history, etc., that a lot of people, perhaps too often conservatives and the uneducated, but also liberals and those with university degrees, say that the world is … Continue reading

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God’s Debris, William Blatty, Loneliness, Depression, and the Evolution of Morals

God’s Debris, a novella by Scott Adams – who is better known for being the creator of Dilbert – is sort of a little gem that discusses some philosophical ideas and musings, one of which relates to the origin of … Continue reading

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