Renewable energy’s dilemma
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Renewable energy’s dilemma

In Canada, steadily rising energy costs can cause financial hardship. The Fraser Institute reports that over a million Canadian households now spend more than 10 percent of their income on electricity and heating, which, it says, “should be of central concern when policies regarding energy are being devised.” Globally, many people have no access to an electrical grid; if this affects their quality of life it’s known as “energy poverty.”

The GG, religion and science (I)
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The GG, religion and science (I)

This perspective raises concerns for me. First, we believe that Christ is Lord over all creation; there is no square inch that is not our Lord’s. Therefore, science too is subject to our Lord’s ownership. Does this change how we do science? Do Christians and atheists approach science differently? Does our worldview matter in science?

A science test and the knowledge explosion
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A science test and the knowledge explosion

The amount of information in general available to us is increasing rapidly. A 2011 article in Science suggested that globally stored information grows at 28 percent per year. The news channels on television tell us nightly about a new horror in some area of the globe. The number of new music groups formed each year is such that I cannot keep up with all the wonderful, creative new jazz being produced each year.