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I leave you with these images from Earth spacecraft far, far from home. First, the crescent Saturn in the infrared, courtesy of Cassini: Then Callisto, moon of Jupiter, from New Horizons, which is now leaving Jupiter and heading for Saturn: … Continue reading
Tagged by Tony, (Sorry, man, I’ve been a little busy lately to read my blogroll) I offer five blog sites that “make me think.” In no particular order: dotCommonweal, for their variety of presenters and mostly thoughtful comboxes. If I … Continue reading
I enjoy a regular dose of conservative writing. The folks at First Things provide food for thought, as well as occasional entertainment, including today’s “debate” on the Bush II presidency. You may well ask what a self-professed liberal is doing … Continue reading
A good question (a few, actually) from the comment box on Easter Vespers: I do not understand what an Easter Vesper is. Could someone please explain that to me? And what does Easter have to do with the resurrection of … Continue reading
Some conservatives especially seem to have great difficulty with the splintering of classical understandings of learning and science. It is true that in the past there was not so much a separation between various learning disciplines. A scientist was trained … Continue reading
Secular bloggers have beaten us to the punch. Any thoughts of a more stringent code for St Blog’s? Or are we already doing the job?