"A Man's a Man for all that!" - Rabbie Burns

"Religion? No thanks. I prefer not to outsource my brainwashing." - Bunc
Trying to get your average Joe creationist to understand the phrase scientific theory is as hard as getting a fish to enjoy mountaineering. Its an unimagined world for them - it requires a complete reversal of their normal modes of thinking and being. The fact that humans could explain the complexities of this world without a creating God is a world view they cannot grasp. It's like asking a tuna if it appreciates the view from the top of Mount Everest. Bunc

Sep 28, 2010

Blog Action Day 2010

Blog Action Day is an annual event where bloggers from all over the world sign up to blog about a specific topic on one day of the year  Blog Action Day is one way that ordinary bloggers can help to raise the profile of an issue and contribute their voice to the debate about a topic.

If you haven't participated before then don't worry because the whole thing is very easy.

The topic for Blog Action Day 2010 is WATER and everyone will be posting on this topic on 15th October 2010.  Nearly one billion people in the world don't have access to clean water and around 42,000 people die each week from water-borne diseases. But water availability, or rather the lack of it, impacts a wide variety of issues from the environment to women's rights and from technology to fashion. So there are a really wide range of topics and angles to look at this years topic from.

If you are a blogger and you read this then please sign up for Blog Action Day here. Don't worry you wont be asked for money - just for some blogging effort to write a post on the subject of water.


rummuser said...

Registered. I intend copy pasting your post entirely as a post in my blog and get other bloggers to write too. I hope that you would not mind. Thanks.

Bunc said...

Of course not Rum - just happy the word gets spread

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