Well at least on my nightstand it does.
Good book. Just read it myself...the silver one that is.
My husband would probably like that silver book - and this site! I'll send him a link!
Thank you Jay!
Aren't you clever?
Not as clever as you lady. Loved your last post btw.
Lol, nice balance there.
I always got a kick out of keeping the Bible and Darwin's Origin of the Species next to each other.
Ahhh, a man after my own heart! Yeah, OoS is a favorite. Fo Sho.
I've read TGD two or three times now - and I'm currently trying to make my way through the Bible. Dear wassname, but the Bible is boring. I'm reading the KJV in the language before they made it more 'user friendly'. Reading it in the less user-friendly version certainly highlights the bits and pieces the translators changed. In some places it's quite amusing.And whomever thinks the Bible is a moral book, needs to reread the story of Abram and his family. Really.
The point being there are religious people who are contribute to the sciences and there are sciences which one day will be considered discredited.
Did you watch the documentary Expelled?Dawkins is interviewed.It is very interesting.The 3d computer animation of the inside of a single cell is AMAZING! If we compare what Darwin knew about the single cell to a Buick, what we now know, it would be a galaxy.
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