Categories links Links for 29th October 2004 Post author By tom Post date October 29, 2004 1 Comment on Links for 29th October 2004 Homo floresiensi has been discovered (from interconnected.org) One of the investigators relates tales about the Ebu Gogo told by humans living in the area A simple test of rationality (Allais’ paradox) Everyday Economics (from Slate) Using Endnote with LATEX/BibTEX Was Darwin wrong? It was a health and safety nightmare waiting to happen ‘If enacted, the Constitution Restoration Act will effectively transform the United States into a theocracy, where the arbitrary dictates of a “higher power” can override law.’ via Bloodless Coup Profile by Andrew Brown of David Sloane-Wilson (in which he suggests that religion evolved to help ‘organise’ society) Steve Johnson is writing a new book: ‘Everything Bad Is Good For You: Why Today’s Pop Culture Is Making Our Kids Smarter’ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related ← The Filing Problem: Some Replies → an enslaved global market One reply on “Links for 29th October 2004” Those Dominionists trying to establish a theocracy are fucking scary! What can be done to stop them? – they seem to be half way there. Comments are closed.