Here. Official opening is Monday but youall get to see it earlier.

Posted by Andrew on 31 October 2009, 5:48 pm

Here. Official opening is Monday but youall get to see it earlier.

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As I write this, here are four of the six most recent postings at ScienceBlogs, all by different bloggers.

Freethinker Sunday Sermonette: I Could've had Religion

Ray Comfort meets the Evangelist's Nightmare

Against multiculturalism (multireligionism)

Christopher Hitchens doesn't like Mother Theresa

Anybody see a pattern here?

This is from http://scienceblogs.com/channel/24-hours/?utm_sou… but of course by the time you click the most recent 6 will be different.