Places to visit.
Some links to other websites.
Mostly these are plundered from my Mozilla bookmarks, but are hopefully a bit better organised.
Firstly, my Music Database - all my CDs and LPs - is online.
- Porcupine Tree (official site).
Must be heard to be believed.
Also worth a look are the other "official" PT sites:
- Threshold. The UK's best current progressive rock band.
- Rush appear be finally getting their own
official websites. Must be something to do with the new album,
Remember to visit:
- Gary Moore. Gary finally has an official website.
- Snowy White. "Underrated" is not an adequate word.
- Gwyn Ashton. Blues from Down Under.
- The CTC - the UK's largest cycling organisation.
- The Pembrokeshire Freewheelers, part of the Swansea DA of the CTC.
No, I'm not religious. Quite the opposite in fact. But it's an interesting subject,
and there are many interesting web sites on both sides of the arguments.
Some of them are also quite amusing, though not always intentionally so.
- Religious Tolerance, an extensive, impartial and well-researched site covering many belief systems.
- Origins. A creationist site.
- Creationist Lies. A collection of alleged lies told by young-Earth creationists.
- Things Creationists Hate. Also mainly to do with the Young-Earth, Biblical Literalist creationists. The list includes "Each Other" and "The Holy Bible."
- Kent Hovind's site,
so you can see for yourself how daft this man's arguments are.
- The Wild, Wild World of Kent Hovind. A good laugh at the expense of one of the sillier of the Young Earthers.
- How Good Are Those Young-Earth Arguments? Also dealing largely with Hovind's weird interpretation of the Bible. This is part of the extensive Infidels site, a very good resource of atheist argument.
- Buddika's 300 Creationist Lies. Yet another anti-Hovind site. This one demonstrates that Hovind is actually dishonest, even though any good biblical literalist should know the 9th Commandment...
- Yet another analysis of Kent Hovind
- The Jesus Puzzle A fascinating and impeccably well researched and argued (if lengthy) site which claims that the "historical" Jesus of Nazareth never existed.
- One more Atheism site.
- Beyond the Big Bang. A frequent question raised by theists is: "What caused the Big Bang?" This page suggests an answer.