Friday, July 24, 2009

Weekly Wrap-Up

Atlas Shrugged Miniseries?: “Charlize Theron's interest in the project has apparently spurred Lionsgate to considering firing the starting pistol…According to The Hollywood Reporter, Theron has been eager to play the role but has been concerned that a feature would lose many of the nuances of the monster-sized novel. Solution? Theron wants to do a mini-series, not a movie.”

More Secrets: "Rhonda Byrne's self-help multimedia phenomenon, which has sold millions of copies, will come out this fall in an edition for young people.”

If Al Gore is "Wrong," Who is Else is Wrong?: Bjorn Lomborg, author of The Skeptical Environment, writes a comprehensive, factual article against global warming scaremongering. As I’ve mentioned before, global warming is a good example of how ideology trumps the quest for truth among today’s Scientific Establishment - even if you try – as I have – to give them the benefit of the doubt.

The Mystery of Gravity: Not so mysterious? Denyse O'Leary explains.

The World Has Lost A Great Mind: The anti-Marxist philosopher Leszek Kolakowski has passed away at the age of 81. Sadly, I can’t claim to have ever read him. But I hope to rectify that.

Also, I've updated the following articles...

The Link Between Darwinism and America's Economic Competitiveness

Strange Thinking By the Conservative Elite

Does This Look Like One of Your Relatives?

2010: The Start of a Major National Debate

Radical Materialists Have a Credibility Problem


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