What I Have Read in 2017
Books I am ReadingReaching Students: What Research Says about Effective Instruction in Undergraduate Science and Engineeringby Linda Kober
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My Blogging Inspirations and Influences
- Washington State Democratic Party - Did Washington state's Dino Rossi really want new homes for unwed mothers?
- National Taxpayers Union - Do Trump tariffs cost more than Affordable Care Act taxes?
- National Republican Congressional Committee - Washington's Kim Schrier is no Bernie Sanders, nor is her health plan his
- 2007 CGSA Camping Trip
- 2008 CGSA Camping Trip
- Adventures in Japan 2014
- Being a Christian Physicist
- Blows to my patriotism
- BMENS: Biological Macro-Evolution by Natural Selection
- Creation Care
- Creative Writing
- Election 2008
- Election 2010
- Election 2012
- Election 2016
- Favorite Companion
- Fun with Flags
- Italy 2006
- Kyoto 2012
- Moving from CA to OH
- Moving from IN to IL
- Moving from OH to IN
- Our Congregation
- Practical Benefits of Particle Physics
- Tales of the Weird
- Weinland Park
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Touching up and and painting screw heads in the dining room Visiting a new restaurant (Native New Yorker Grill) for Physics Lunch Club Having a free evening to focus on work around the house. Yoga class Meeting with the current … Continue reading
We may need a 52 star flag if, for example, Puerto Rico becomes a state and the DC Statehood Movement is successful.
Received missing color sample for our siding decision Visited Dinosaur Park for the first time and watched the sunset from there Good time with friends (and dog) at community meal Evaluated the performance of the isolation transformer Good lunch at … Continue reading
A 51 star flag is most often discussed in the context of Puerto Rico possibly becoming a state. My algorithms provide multiple possible arrangements.
Grilling dinner (June 8) Our isolation transformer has arrived! Operating the radon monitor on my own for the first time in a few months Skype conversation with a friend in Minnesota First yoga class of the summer I successfully started … Continue reading
Recently, I became quite fascinated with the arrangement of stars on the US flag, especially possible arrangements on future flags with more stars. I became so fascinated that I wrote a C++ program to generate all of the viable possibilities for … Continue reading
Today, I donated blood for the first time in South Dakota. In addition to helping others, I learned the units in which blood iron levels are measured (g/dL) and that the people operating the drive did not know what those … Continue reading
Purchased many of the tickets for our upcoming trip to see friends and attend a conference. Picked out colors and chose a contractor for our new siding My student safely arriving in the Chicago area Sorting out which foods in … Continue reading
Since I am registered with no party affiliation, I didn’t have many races in which to vote, but I did vote, and I have the sticker to prove it!