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Going Green Using a Tankless Water Heater
A useful article. I have a tankless heater.
frankbeswick, 12 days ago
Was Tolkien Racist?
You have undertaken a difficult topic, one that justice requires going against political correctness, and done a credible job. You wisdom and depth of thought here is rare to find. well done.
blackspanielgallery, 13 days ago
Was Tolkien Racist?
You have brought up a new point in Tolkien studies. It is what part the Old Testament played in his thought.
frankbeswick, 13 days ago
Was Tolkien Racist?
Your comment hits the nail on the head. Well said. I can tell a tale. Manchester Education Committee once sent some anti-racism activists to talk to our school staff and all they spoke about was white on black racism. I raised the point that ...
frankbeswick, 13 days ago
Was Tolkien Racist?
I almost forgot. The reference to an evil race could be allegorically tied to the race of Giants from Enoch, and not aimed at a race at all. Again, seeing racism where it is not exposed the person making the false claim. In this case it also ...
blackspanielgallery, 13 days ago
Was Tolkien Racist?
You have exposed a problem that exists, but oft denied. Those who find racism where it is not are, by their actions, the true racists. I have often been told there are no black racists, and until this is admitted to and accepted there will ...
blackspanielgallery, 13 days ago
Can Christians Believe in Evolution?
The problem of steps intermediate between species is a puzzle.We can find evidence of sequence,but knowing that you have found all intermediate steps is impossible. It may be that species make evolutionary process in jumps rather than in gradual ...
frankbeswick, 14 days ago
Can Christians Believe in Evolution?
A British billion is a thousand million.
frankbeswick, 14 days ago
Can Christians Believe in Evolution?
I found the age of the oldest rocks given as 4.5 thousand million years in a BBC video, while we say 4.5 billion. Is the thousand million for billion common in the U. K.?
blackspanielgallery, 14 days ago
Can Christians Believe in Evolution?
As a scientist I have encountered a student with fundamentalist views who objected to what I was teaching on the age of the earth, 4.5 billion years or older. As a Catholic I have no conflict. As for evolution, this challenges fundamentalists ...
blackspanielgallery, 14 days ago
5 Great Attractions To See In North Queensland
JHouse, Thank you for the images, information and links. This really makes me want to go there! In particular, I like your giving wildlife names, such as bottlebush trees and petalurid dragonflies. Odonates rank among my favorites, and a ...
DerdriuMarriner, 14 days ago
How To Use Keywords And Keyphrases
chefkeem, Thank you for the practical information. Does it matter where in the text that you place the keyphrase/term/word three times?
DerdriuMarriner, 15 days ago
Useful Gifts for Knitters
My grandparents taught me self-reliance too. Between growing our own food and making warm weather wear and teaching us about nature- moss grows on the north side of a tree, etc. And other ways to find my way out of the woods if I got lost. I ...
dustytoes, 15 days ago
Balnamoon Skink ; Irish food
Bacon and cabbage have always been a popular combination in Ireland. I do like the sound of this Cork Broth and will try it soon.
Veronica, 15 days ago
Balnamoon Skink ; Irish food
This bacon and cabbage broth sounds useful, though my stocks of cabbage have nearly run out.I was talking to Constancia, my daughter-in-law, today about what she wants me to grow next year, and she tells me that she will always use cabbage.
frankbeswick, 15 days ago

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