PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Christianity, climate change, and Lady Gaga

"The Dostoevskaya station - which opened this summer in memory of Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky - met a fair share of opposition when psychologists expressed concern that dark murals of the violent scenes from Dostoevsky's books could put riders in gloomy moods - or, worse, even encourage suicidal impulses."

* The Pakistani floods as Zardari's Katrina.
* "Judge Walker's decision to overturn Prop 8 is factual, well-reasoned, and powerful."
* Great read: BAGnewsNotes on the Russian fires, the economy, and climate change.
* "American Christianity is not well, and there's evidence to indicate that its condition is more critical than most realize — or at least want to admit."
* Inside the human brain - part lizard, part jellyfish, part mouse.
* 'Arctic rocks shed light on ancient Earth's inner workings.'
* The LATimes talks with Lady Gaga. Bonus: Lady Gaga by the numbers.
* Finally on DVD: pioneering cyberpunk TV show Max Headroom.

Tags: 2010, defend your thesis, news, science!, tv, welcome to america

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