I’ve been trying to get my friends in ministry to believe this for years — but they frequently look at me like I’m nuts.
Young Women and Porn Use: What Does the Data Say?
Recently I gave a talk at a Christian college about the contemporary mating market, and found myself in a conversation afterward with two women students and an administrator. I had mentioned during th…
I normally think marketing stunts are pretty cheesy, but this is legit.
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This is amazing. Hats off to Coke Zero, totally inspired idea.
Wow. This is a much stronger effect than I would have guessed.
Surnames and the laws of social mobility
Here is some new work by Gregory Clark (pdf): What is the true rate of social mobility? Modern one‐generation studies suggest considerable regression to the mean for all measures of status – wealth, i…
This is well‐said. Exactly what I was thinking. There are so many legitimate things to knock each candidate for that I’m always shocked at the weird things the media harps on.
“Binders Full of Women” and the Partisan Mind
Notes on a debate “gaffe” that wasn’t.
Dave Croteau’s answer (linked in the text) nails it.
Is it stealing from God to split your tithe between the church and other charities? | Andy Naselli
Thoughts on Theology. Exegesis · Biblical Theology · Historical Theology · Systematic Theology · Practical Theology · Other · Home/; Practical Theology/; Is it stealing from God to split your tithe be…
This is an amusing reversal of the famous Sokal Affair (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sokal_affair)
Nonsense paper accepted by mathematics journal
Last month That’s Mathematics! reported another landmark event in the history of academic publishing. A paper by Marcie Rathke of the University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople had been provisional…
This is disturbingly plausible.
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My life is better for having seen this video.
Non‐Exploding Soda Can Trick — Epic Win
October(10) · How my cat outsmarted my dog · Non‐Exploding Soda Can Trick · Man gets Charged by a Gorilla · Junk dealer returns $114000 · Multi‐Purpose Road Bike · Michael Phelps Putt At St. Andrews ·…
And the Stanford Flipside once again dominates every other campus publication…
Sneak Preview: Fifty Shades of Cardinal
In response to the Daily’s recent flurry of sex articles, The Flipside’s own Matthew LaVan has once more taken up the pen and written the soon‐to‐be best seller 50 Shades of Cardinal. Although the novel won’t hit the shelves until 2013, LaVan has graciously allowed us to share some of the most tantalizing scenes early.
The heavy door swung open, and my breath caught in my throat. Bookshelves lined the walls, and the floor was dominated by tastefu…
I feel a sermon coming on…
Rejection improves eventual impact of manuscripts
A study of papers’ histories from submission to publication unearths unexpected patterns.