Sorry. Having trouble coming up with a pun that fits the intersection of Darwinism and poetry. The authors of the site just call it Darwinian Poetry, and write, “The goal of this project is to see if non-negotiated collaboration can evolve interesting poetry using (un)natural selection.” It’s very interesting!
Looks like the U.S. is second to none… when it comes to “wasteful health care”:http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A1875-2004May4.html. I know, it’s not shocking that we pay twice as much as people anywhere else in the world, but it *is* shocking that we get the same or worse care overall. The trend carries through across America, too; cities get [...]
Posted by Chris in Medicine on May 4th, 2004 | Comments Off
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Posted by Chris in Blog on May 4th, 2004 | Comments Off
Want your kids to have the fun of learning about dinosaurs without all that misleading, distracting evolutionary theory? Want to throw science out the window in favor of good old fundamentalist belief? Have I got the theme park for you! (It’s NY Times – it didn’t make me sign in, but sometimes NY Times does. [...]