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Archive for January 15th, 2009

Free Online Logo Makers

Posted by keelynet on January 15, 2009

This could be useful for a lot of things besides just logos.

logomaker108“ and offer to make free logos for your websites. You choose an icon and text from a menu and build it online with a couple of clicks. Logomaker then gives you the code that lets you embed it on a website. Logoease gives you the graphic in ten different formats, including “encapsulated PostScript” (EPS), which is what commercial printers need for their presses.” – Source

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Heat may spark world food crisis

Posted by keelynet on January 15, 2009

Definitely a no-brainer…

“Half the world’s population could face climate-induced food crisis by 2100, a new report by US scientists warns. Rapid warming is likely to reduce crop yields in the tropics and subtropics, according to Prof David Battisti of the University of Washington. The most extreme summers of the last century will become the norm, he calculates, using 23 climate models. We must urgently create crops tolerant to heat and drought if we are to adapt in time, he writes in Science journal. The study is based on combined direct observations with projections from 23 global climate models that contributed to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2007 global assessment. They calculate there is greater than 90% probability that by 2100, the average growing-season temperatures in the tropics and subtropics will be higher than any temperatures recorded there to date.” – Source

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You think others got there before Darwin?

Posted by keelynet on January 15, 2009

What puzzles me is why the Arabs were without a doubt, at one time a bastion of science, art and culture, yet with the advent of restrictive religion, they seem to have devolved over the centuries.

“Religion of Peaceā„¢ claiming its scientists figured out Theory of Evolution in 869 AD, and Darwin stole the idea from them… Another contender for the “he-beat-Darwin-to-the-punch” medal has come on the scene in the form of Abu Uthman al-Jahith, an Islamic intellectual of East African descent who died in AD 869. Al-Jahith wrote a Book of Animals in which he talked about animals engaging in a “struggle for existence”, and this has been taken as evidence that he came up with evolution by natural selection a thousand years before Darwin. Science flourished in the Islamic world between the 8th and 11th centuries, and certainly in optics and mathematics it produced wonderful insights and inventions, as Al-Khalili’s series describes. But I wonder why some scholars persist in calling this “Islamic science”? Science is science wherever it is practised, and its strength is its universality. It certainly shouldn’t be linked with a religion. The Renaissance period in Italy produced an amazing rebirth of science, but to describe it as “Roman Catholic science” would be an unjust misnomer. It is good that we celebrate the science of the Islamic world, but we should also ask why it failed to flourish beyond the 14th century. Could it have something to do with the growing influence and anti-science attitude of medieval Islamic clerics, who even prohibited the mechanical printing of the Koran until the 19th century? Political correctness dictates that we shouldn’t even mention this, but it would be wise to understand that, in the past, religion has been no friend of science.” – Source

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