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Stuff I bet you didn’t know (I didn’t know it, either)

You can yell fire in a crowded theater.  Turns out this thing is kind of like that Scopes Monkey Trial where nearly everything we thought we knew about it is completely wrong, practically upside down. This study on the weird letter g only used in certain fonts, the one we all recognize but nobody actually […]

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Half the results in peer-reviewed journals are likely wrong. In some fields, it’s worse.

“Half the results published in peer-reviewed scientific journals are probably wrong. John Ioannidis, now a professor of medicine at Stanford, made headlines with that claim in 2005. Since then, researchers have confirmed his skepticism by trying—and often failing—to reproduce many influential journal articles. Slowly, scientists are internalizing the lessons of this irreproducibility crisis. But what […]

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Global Scaremongers

The Arctic continues not to melt. I predict that within five years, at most, the climate change alarmists will have convinced everybody that they never claimed the arctic is melting at all. Government science even worse than we thought. Can humans melt the Antarctic ice cap? Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers […]

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“Orality,” another name for narration?

“‘Orality; is a set of techniques which have developed following the great Lausanne Conference on World Evangelization, where the challenge of Oral Cultures was brought into the Spotlight. No longer do missionaries have to wait until a Gospel/NT has been translated to teach Bible Stories to the emerging Believers! Now folks who have never held […]

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30,000 word gap between kids who come from reading homes and kids who don’t- by kindergarten

There is typically a 30,000 word vocabulary gap between disadvantaged children and their age-mates from homes where reading is common.* You want kids to be on the better side of that gap? Start young. Start *really* young. TALK with your kids often. Talk to your babies. Enrich their lives with language even while they are […]

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