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Space volcanoes July 31, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Science, Space.
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I haven’t written much about space or astronomy lately. Since I wrote about volcanoes and other natural disasters here I will continue that discussion on a system-wide scale. (more…)

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It’s global warming, stupid July 28, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Enivronmental Issues, Science.
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I highly recommend that everyone watch Global Warming: What You Need to Know. This amazing program aired on The Science Channel last night. Hosted by Tom Brokaw, the show sheds light on the mass of scientific evidence pointing to human initiated global climate change. (more…)

Slaughter legislation headed for vote July 27, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in BlogNotes, Horse Slaughter.
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Of local interest, the latest on the House anti-horse slaughter legislation can be found here.

One two many heads July 25, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Science.
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If evolution’s not right (a battle cry for the forces of anti science), then God is either a) insane or b) a mediocre deity. (more…)

North Korea links July 24, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Miscellaneous.
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North Korea’s still out there Luckily for us, there exists a wealth of information . . . (more…)

U.S. Army: Infested with bad command July 22, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Politics.
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Here, read this. The lawyer for the accused in the probe of the rape and murder of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl by U.S. troops says that the numbing effects of combat affected the way the soldiers acted. (more…)

Charlemagne July 21, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Writing.
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I will subject you to yet more of my novel, The Arca Malum.

The scene is a flashback of sorts for the spirit form of the first Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne. (more…)

Slaughter legislation update July 20, 2006

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This post is archived in the horse slaughter section.

Pending legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives has seen some recent action.

First let’s just clear up what legislation we’re talking about. (more…)

Inspired moment of blogging July 19, 2006

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I lacked inspiration. (more…)

Gingrich’s hardline on North Korea July 19, 2006

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Indeed. Newt Gingrich wants to attack North Korea (more…)

The God of Fire July 19, 2006

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Always stumbling across cool stuff on the web. Really. (more…)

Hello from oblivion July 19, 2006

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I haven’t posted and I don’t know why. I will be back soon.

Crazy Things Happen. Why not? I think I just needed inspiration.

Split infinitives July 13, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Writing.
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This is something I have had a beef with for a long time. (more…)

Strings July 12, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Science, Space.
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After watching the latest Nova on PBS I have been surrounding myself with musings on String Theory. It’s a complex topic that I, unfortunately, lack the expertise to fully explain. (more…)

The Arca Malum July 11, 2006

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I know my posts today were lackluster but alas, I didn’t feel like doing anything really. I am glad to see a few people reading some of my writing. Now if only a publisher would.

Here’s another excerpt of something: (more…)

R.I.P. Syd Barrett July 11, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Pop Culture.
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Syd Barrett, former Pink Floyd front man and founding member, “died peacefully at home” Friday. He was 60.

Recognizing the Lumbee July 10, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Politics.
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In North Carolina exists a Native American tribe called the Lumbee.

This tribe has been federally recognized as an Indian tribe since 1956’s Lumbee Act, the state of North Carolina has recognized the tribe since 1885. The federal government was, as per usual, decades behind. (more…)

Building collapse suicide? July 10, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Crime, Miscellaneous.
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The building collapse in New York City earlier today is intially being blamed on a distraught doctor’s suicide attempt. (more…)

Shuttle mission extended July 7, 2006

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The crew of the space shuttle Discovery has been granted an extra day in space as well as an extra spacewalk (extra vehicular activity [EVA]). (more…)

More fiction July 7, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Writing.
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An excerpt from a short story, meant to be a satire of sorts. (more…)