The latest news on Dembski’s arrest and imprisonment for stealing a science video from Harvard for use in his ID lectures is here, at Pharyngula. OK, I was only kidding about the arrest and imprisonment part.
But seriously, do you know what an IZOD-LACOSTE cloud is? It is an atmospheric phenomenon first discovered, simultaneously buy Horace Izod and Tracy Lacoste, both working with Hubble Low Altitude Imagery, and you can learn about this cool visual phenomenon here at Bad Astronomy. Oh, I was only kidding about Horace and Tracy, but the clouds are real. Sort of.
Martin Rundkvist, who runs the Number One Archaeology Blog in the World, has obtained a piece of the True Cross and is selling it off bit by bit. Actually, that’s not true, but he does have this interesting post on The Relics of St Ursula and the 11,000 Virgins, which is pretty much the same thing as the One True Cross thing.
Check it out:
A British primary school teacher has been arrested in Sudan, accused of insulting Islam’s Prophet by letting her class of 7-year-olds name a teddy bear Mohammed, her school said on Monday.
Read about it on Pharyngula, and add your comments. The 100th commenter on this post will win a 2008 Buick LaSabre.
Sage, the publisher, not the spice, is “venturing into Open Access.” We’ll see. Read Coturnix analysis here.
Everyone knows the Calico Cat story. But if you want to review, or simply, to get it right, visit Sandwalk. No kidding.
Are you are cuckold? No? Are you sure? Better click here.
The truth about San Francisco Bay, and the oil spill therein. Here.
I was only kidding about the Buick.