Daily Archives: July 11, 2006

Worthy of investigation

Time Magazine has a book review of , The Language of God by Francis Collins.  The reviewer notes how Collins maps his arguments for a middle ground between atheists and neo-christian conservatives on the issue of evolution.

I think Collins’ approach is a way to reasonably engage in debate on the science and tech issues which neo-christians are attacking – the very issues which can decide who dominates economics and politics in the 21st century.

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Just a thought

We (the royal universal population of netizens) use the web to share photos, videos, audio (music and speech), data, thoughts and many, many private data points.

Why can’t our government (and it is ours — in fact, we are the government – last I checked) do the same?

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