Over the past week I've come across some cool sites/info that I thought you, my only reader, would be interested in. Fortunately, the info below is going to be far more useful than religion.
Richard Wiseman has published a couple of books, The Luck Factor and Quirkology. I have just purchase Quirkology but have not yet begun to read it. (I'm sure I'll post on that when I'm done. If you are in the Sarnia area and are looking for books, visit http://www.sarniabookkeeper.com/ in the Northgate Plaza.)
Richard has created a video - Colour Changing Card Trick. Take a view - he shows you how it is done. (If you've seen Penn & Teller recently in Las Vegas, you might recognize the idea.)
A blog that you might find interesting is that of Stephen Law. Stephen is a Philosopher and a wonderful presenter. His blog is accessible and his messages are pretty clear. I'm just waiting for Stephen to send me my copy of The War for Children's Minds. (Seriously, he's going to send me a copy - because I paid for it!)
Someone I've mentioned a few times in my blog, James Randi and his James Randi Educational Foundation, have their own YouTube channel. I can't pick a favourite video, The Amazing Randi is truly inspiring. Enjoy!
As Bill Gates once said, "Just in terms of allocation of time resources, religion is not very efficient. There's a lot more I could be doing on a Sunday morning."