The Great Wi-Fi Controversy

Last night, Panorama broadcast Wi-Fi: a warning signal unmasking the “controversy” over Wi-Fi health risks. This is one of those many controversies in science that are not really controversies as far as the vast majority of scientists are concerned, such as the “controversy” over whether global warming is caused by changes in solar output. Panorama […]

Meet the Head of Anaesthesia

OK… Clavin Centre for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery… click through to Meet our Doctors & Staff. Ignore the really awful web page design. Scroll down to the second doctor — the Head of Anaesthesia. Yes, he is related.

The Importance of Software Testing

Most programmers, especially those who work on server software, will have been in a situation when we’ve been reconfiguring, upgrading, modifying or otherwise replacing some piece of vital software on a physically remote server, and things haven’t gone quite as expected. Often, fixing it is a simple matter of logging into the server remotely (via, […]

BBC News Roundup

Scientists Produce Sperm from Bone Excited scientists have announced that they produced sperm from bones. No sniggering at the back. Sperm made from human bone marrow. Teen Trashes House In a completely unrelated story, Police interview web party girl.

Re: Is there an Evolutionist in the house ???!

Dave in Lake Villa wrote: Could someone please tell me how Evolutionists/Atheists respond to these please ? Thanks. 1. Nothing produced something which then exploded its matter and out of that came personality, abstract thoughts, rationale, intuition, love, hate, discernment and even believe in a personal Creator. You appear to be asking about the Big […]

Moon

This is an odd question about the moon. Here is a picture of the earth-moon system. As you can see, there is a new moon. My question: where is the sun??? If it’s on the left, then why is the Earth dark on the left? The Moon can’t be blocking the light, because that would […]

Helium

We all know what helium is, don’t we? It’s the stuff they put in children’s balloons to get them to float. It’s used in airships too, because hydrogen was too flammable. I’m sure it has 101 other uses as well. My question is… where do they get it??? Helium is the second lightest element (only […]