Hey thanx for the invite and the link....I like annotated bible..i think most believers are what I call reflex believers..born into faith and don't really read our think too deeply about it...if they were to actually read the bible in the manner of your blog then I think our ranks would grow rapidly.
Btw, I also have a blog attached to my estore both of which are in their infancy...here's the link http://www.foxhole-atheist.com/blog/ ...check it out and lemme know what you think
Had a poke around. A very attractive and well designed site.
I think part of the problem is my reading speed. I am such a slow reader that I am VERY selective about where I choose to invest my reading time.
I used the wrong word earlier. I (wrongly) said "ambivalent" (=uncommitted). I really meant to say "apathetic" (=strongly committed to not giving a shit what's in the Bible) - so much so that as soon as I see the word "thy" (or similar archaic words), I immediately turn away.
Hi, thanks for the friend request, and the link to your site. I'm unlikely to use it, though. I seem to have a rather singular ambivalence toward the Bible. But if I have a question, I'll post it on TA and maybe get lucky enough for you to field it.
archaeopteryx, much software has what we programmers called undocumented capabilities, a fancy name for bugs.
My netbook's keyboard has a CTRL key where my other computer's keyboard has a SHIFT key. Intending to uppercase a letter, I hit the CTRL key and the words I'd typed disappeared.
Thank you for telling me where they went. I was intending to add a remark that Romney has no concern for people such as the Japanese who were vaporized, so the key combination CTRL-R might have sent my words away.
About 5 years ago there was an interesting OPB science documentary concerning the experimentation with some 'near fringe' ideas. One was concerning using bacteria to generate DC power. That demo was using the early single chamber, air cathode, mud cell, that uses a mixed anaerobic bacteria culture from river sediments, that can transfer free electrons(from the cellular electron transfer chain) to a conductor.
I puttered with the idea for a few years, reading much of the literature, fabricating different conductive composites, and finally building a small test cell to see if I understood the theory and design issues. My first cell output maxed out at 218 mV and .5mA, over 33 days of operation. If you are interested, I have a FB page 'Microbial Fuelcell Design'. The FB page has pix, papers, and soon a Powerpoint presentation. These fuel cells use biomass as the fuel source.
Sorry, just found this message or I'd have replied sooner. Yes I have been as far as I know. I was up until 2 am working on client stuff, then got up early to help with a voter-registration drive for 4 hours outside. Was rather draining actually.