Note to Gordo: last night I went to two different parties, so I’m entitled to blog through Saturday night without it adding to the 318 existing reasons I’m a geek.
PZ notes that primate vulvas display whether the ape is ovulating or not, and suggests making a similar device for human women.
Gordo writes about the difference between the history of Islam and this of Christianity, in the wake of Ratzinger’s statement that Islam was all about forced conversions (as if Christianity isn’t), and about how Bush is lying about Iran.
Kian talks about truth tables and logical inferences.
Mark blasts yet another in a long series of crank papers saying that HIV doesn’t cause AIDS. Why is he so oppressive? Can’t he see that germ theory is self-evidently a corporate conspiracy?
Tara blogs about Michigan’s proposed mandatory HPV vaccinations, and about religious fanatics who think they’re a bad idea because it will “send a message that underage sex is OK.”