Posts from — October 2007
A study published today shows that Neanderthals and Modern Humans have an identical gene. Surprised?
October 18, 2007 1 Comment
Covenant Media Foundation is doing their best to give away The Great Debate. Technology is against us, and they have to put something in the cost form, so it’s one cent. Everyone really should take advantage of this, and listen to the debates over and over. It’s always a learning experience.
October 16, 2007 1 Comment
Two points for Indexed…
October 10, 2007 No Comments
Don Chaffer is definitely in my top five favorite songwriters ever list, and is vying for the #1 slot. So I’m happy to share this, part 1 of an interview with pastor Brent Thomas.
Part two goes up tomorrow.
edit: And here’s part 2.
October 9, 2007 No Comments
It’s evolutionary misthinking that lead to a generation or two being taught the appendix has no function. And that this finding can be said to “make evolutionary since” shows that neodarwinian evolution can explain A and not A both equally well, which is a roundabout way of saying it doesn’t explain anything.
October 8, 2007 No Comments
Apple just plain has great customer service. Here’s more evidence.
If you don’t want to click through, here’s the happy conclusion,
I was expecting at most to receive an apology and maybe a iTunes gift card or something. Instead, today I received a phone call from one of Jobs’ representatives who said that they reviewed my case and thought that a full replacement would be the best solution. Since the iBook is no longer produced, they’re sending me a brand new 2 GHz MacBook, which should arrive by Friday.
October 3, 2007 No Comments