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New Counter-Culture ID-Friendly Magazine

Check out SALVO: http://www.salvomag.com. It’s hard-hitting and in-your-face without being ponderous. I love the “fake” ads, like The Center for Human Enhancement’s ad that features a stylized human head with the caption “be perfect” and the recommendation to “visit upgrademe.com.” Denyse O’Leary as well as other allies have pieces in the premier issue (autumn 2006), which is now out. The first issue focuses on the materialist reduction of soul.

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5 Responses to New Counter-Culture ID-Friendly Magazine

  1. Nice opening image. It reminds me of NUMB3RS. Is someone a fan? The images start flying past you as the actor David Krumholtz, playing mathematical genius breaks down a crime with probability theory, game theory, information theory, combinatorics, fourier analysis, etc., to catch them thar bad guys.

    The math is real, by math consultants – who woulda thunk it?

    http://www.cbs.com/primetime/numb3rs/ Texas Instruments and Math Teachers Association are sponsors. Not bad, though the site it self should be more interactive with math contest, competitions, etc., to spur interest. Fridays at 10est.

    Opening liner to the show: “We all use math every day; to predict weather, to tell time, to handle money. Math is more than formulas or equations; it’s logic, it’s rationality, it’s using your mind to solve the biggest mysteries we know.”

    Gee, like intelligently designed life ;-)

  2. Reviewing, its a nice Flash or Swish presentation, artistic, but nice flow. I’d add a blog for “subscribers” to give some interactive component in our ever competitive media world.

  3. sorry for multi-comments… but one last thought, can’t wait to see Salvo #2! The teasers are nice intro. Crux is great. Nice to see an intellectual alternative unafraid to tackle the issues head on.

  4. I notice that there is a aricle/issue/book called Semper Sci by Hugh Ross. Is this the same Hugh Ross who cheered Judge Jones’ decision ?

  5. I wish Stephen Barr got more involved with these issues and contributed to this magazine.
    He has alot to add.

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