At this point, I've been running this blog for almost three months. Including this post, I've made 57 entries in that time.
As you can probably gather with the enormity of the previous few posts, I invest quite a bit of time in this venture, and as such, I'd like to make sure that it's the best it can be.
In order to do that, I'd like to get a little bit of feedback from everyone reading this. If you can find the time, I'd appreciate you answering a few questions in the comments:
1) As billed, this blog is intended to be about science, religion and the interactions between the two. Do you, as a reader, have a preference to which of these you enjoy reading (ie, do you like the science lessons more than the commentary on religious going ons)?
2) With the science lesson posts, I constantly struggle to explain topics that aren't covered until somtimes junior level college courses. Given that many people try to put science behind them as soon as they graduage high school, I try to make the explanations as thorough as possible. Do you feel that this explanation is adequate? Or am I underestimate the average person's preexisting knowlege and deserve to be more consise? Or do I not make things simplistic enough which would require being more verbose? Do the analogies help? Do you even bother reading the science posts?
3) As I stated in my first post in this blog, I am a strong atheist. I consider myself politically moderate although it would seem to me that the right has jumped so far overboard, that I look extremely left in comparison. While recognizing that this is my religious/political stance, do you feel that it influences my commentary to such a degree that there are flaws in the arguments (ie, do I mischaracterize the positions of others, apply double standards, etc...)? If so, are there any specific examples you can recall?
4) If you can recall, where did you learn about this blog?
5) Are there any other recommendations you care to make?
Thanks for your time and please comment.