The reasons for raising doubts about the human causes of global warming, explains Skeptical Science's John Cook, are often political rather than scientific.
For the tenth day in a row, protesters in Libya took to the streets today, despite the use of far more violence from the state than what happened during Egypt's recent uprising.
Dutch Winter. Chinese Mothers. Martin Luther King Jr. Here's a little round up of links from around the web you may have missed this week:
Many of us are asking how we can "un-co-opt Christmas" from consumer culture. Asking questions like:
One of the most precious artifacts I have in my office isn't an ancient coin or oil lamp. It is a business card. From northern Iraq.
What do Cornel West, Rita Nakashima Brock, Carol Rose, and Onleilove Alston have in common?
I'm impressed by several things. One being people who love well and whose presence disarms in such a way that others can be received as they are.
The last month has seen six Australian soldiers killed in Afghanistan, bringing Australia's total to 17.
This video from "Just Salvos Live" is a great initiative from the Salvation Army in Australia that intros young peeps to some of the issues that surround how climate change affects the poorest of p
God gets at us in the funniest of ways. Just this week the Spirit stirred in me while reading an interview with one of my heroes, Vandana Shiva. The reporter from YES!