Archive for March 14th, 2007

Happy Pi Day (and Einstein’s Birthday)

| March 14, 2007 | 5 Replies
Happy Pi Day (and Einstein’s Birthday)

March 14th, (3/14), is International Pi day for a somewhat obvious reason. Visit this old site to hear Pi spoken in French (or many other languages) to hundreds of digits, plus links to much pi stuff. Here’s the wiki for pi day. Albert Einstein was born on Pi Day 1879, and later redefined the way […]

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Conservapedia: Providing aid to the Obscurationists

| March 14, 2007 | 9 Replies
Conservapedia: Providing aid to the Obscurationists

I just found out about Conservapedia, an online service started to combat the educated, generally well-researched, illuminating, and therefore Left-wing, Liberal postings at Wikipedia. Read about what a Democrat really is, in a way that even Fox News wouldn’t claim. Read about Evolution, which begins with the chapter “Lack of Any Credible Transitional Forms” Big […]

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Art that challenges

| March 14, 2007 | 5 Replies
Art that challenges

Here’s a good question:  why can’t a woman go topless wherever a man can?  Sorry . . . I’m not buying answers like “Because that is the way it has always been” or “Because they are women.”  Talk about equal rights!  The prevalent dress code inequity is motivated by the same mindset that leads some […]

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