Monthly Archives: October 2003

Philosophy Games

Philosophy Games from TPM Online. Are you beliefs about morality, philosophy, and religion internally consistent? These quizes from The Philosophers’ Magazine help you decide.

38% Evil

Ever hear of Gematria? It’s a means of mathematically comparing a text to the Bible to determine if the Spirit of God may have superintended your words.

This site is certified 38% EVIL by the Gematriculator

Looking Wrathful!

IMAO: When God Attacks. Funny story, but this made me smile widest: Oh no!…It’s God and He looks wrathful!

There’s a 1 in 6 Chance

High childbirth mortality for African women. The two countries with the worst record were Sierra Leone and Afghanistan, both suffering from years of civil strife, where the risk of death among pregnant women was one in six. (emphasis mine)

Hydro Electric

Water-powered batteries. Two scientists in Canada have discovered a way of generating electricity by pushing water through a porous surface. They think they can get enough juice this way to power a cell phone.

SANS Top 20

SANS Top 20 Vulnerabilities. Necessary info about how to protect any computer on the internet from the 20 most common types of security attacks.

Cat-proof Computer

PawSense helps you catproof your computer. Invaluable. Not only does this software detect and disregard keyboard input from cat paws but it also makes annoying sounds to keep cats away!

Glee in Small Children

An ecological study of glee in small groups of preschool children. Research for you from the National Library of Medicine.

Loaves and Fishes

Loaves and Fishes. A thoughtful meditation on communion, and why Jesus chose a dinner table as the setting for a sacrament.


Enjoyable cartoon about telemarketers. To put it in context, here’s the link to the page where I saw the cartoon.