Monthly Archives: September 2013

Faith off

I’ve been on holiday this week, and one of the things I do when I’m on holiday is to spend lots of time reading my Bible (which I thoroughly recommend for those who are so inclined)- I often find that … Continue reading

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Diagnosis: Mathematics

How accurate can we be when making a medical diagnosis? This BBC article (actually about a famous problem known as the Monty Hall problem which is also very interesting) quotes something called Simpson’s paradox. In fact, it’s actually a slightly different … Continue reading

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The Disembodied head of Ray Winstone

It’s nigh-on impossible to watch sport on TV these days without Ray Winstone popping up to tell you the latest in-play odds. I like to assume that he calculates these odds personally, and I think it’s great that he’s always … Continue reading

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Razing and Raising

Behold, the eyes of the Lord God are upon the sinful kingdom, and I will destroy it from the surface of the ground, except that I will not utterly destroy the house of Jacob, declares the Lord. For behold, I will command, and shake … Continue reading

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