Notes and Comments: 02/03/2009

Yes, it is the return of Notes & Comments, but without… er… the Comments today.


Via Stephen Law, Amanda Gefter the New Scientist book review editor on how to spot a hidden religious agenda in ‘so-called science books’.

The excellent as usual Heresy Corner on the Goodwin pension business.

“Blasphemy Day International is an international campaign seeking to establish September 30th as a national day to promote free speech and stand up in a show of solidarity for the freedom to mock and insult religion without fear of murder, violence, and reprisal.” Join the Farcebook group here (via The Freethinker).

Published by David Hadley

A Bloke. Occasionally points at ducks.

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