Monthly Archives: February 2013

Why Isn\’t the Germ Theory of Disease Mentioned in Scripture?

My text for the day will be the Gospel According to Lister, in which he recounts the revelation God gave to His beloved prophet, Pasteur: And in those days there was a great sickness in the land, and the people … Continue reading

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Blur

Science is the discipline of publicly testing ideas by systematic observation and controlled experiment. There is a lot of stuff entailed by that claim: the whole of actual scientific practice, in fact. The specific sciences and subdisciplines all have their … Continue reading

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Marine Maintenance

The Gulf 32 has Universal 32 HP diesel, model 40 (which is also model 5432). It is mounted immediately below the aft companionway and accessible by raising the floor-boards, if by “accessible” one means “can been seen.” There are two … Continue reading

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