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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up very late - missed Church in the morning
for no good reason but tiredness, hmm.
- Washed up, played the guitar, messed around.
Finished the ESEF's fascinating book "The Global Warming
Debate" - ISBN 0952773406. Papers by all manner of people,
including Sir Fred Hoyle ( with a theory of ice age
creation ). Essentialy it seems there is a total lack of
rigour and public debate in matters pertaining
to ( what has now been ameliorated to ) "Climate Change".
It seems to me now that even if Bush is killing Kyoto
for the wrong reasons, it's the right thing to do - there
is no impending climate catastrophy. [ this is not to deny
there are other real environmental problems of course ].
- Off to Church for a music group practice, few
in number, but we played well.
- Sermon on
Isaiah 10 - judgement being linked to blessing. The
awesome sovreignty of God, the evils of attributing
success to personal strength / wisdom: 12-14 and not to
God. The fullfillment of the prophecy against Assyria's
II Kings 19 - the danger of heaping up insults
against God, and the importance of trusting him against
seemingly a invincible force.
- Back home, alone, Robert shelf stacking at
- Started to read 'The Bang Bang' club,
couldn't sleep - decided to hack instead.
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