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
October 2018 S M T W T F S « Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
- 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
Category Archives: Random and Misc.
This is me a long time ago. I took this picture from a family genealogy book, which was written when I was in fourth grade (1990). I’m glad I finally grew into those teeth!
In Bloomington, IN, the graffiti teaches you about the importance of punctuation.
This kitty decides to chill in his human’s Euphonium and becomes the mute for his brass instrument. Kazuhiro’s cat is quite fascinated by the shape of the instrument and goes in there to see if it’d fit. Turns out it’s a purrfect fit!”If … Continue reading
I have played the tuba since 5th grade (1991), and I have had a beard since last December. These two parts of my life did not get along well at first. Playing the tuba with facial hair presents a problem because … Continue reading
The lid to this food processor was jammed shut, and neither of us could twist it open. I suggested using WD-40, but we didn’t want to put that on a container that would hold food. So, I tried cooking oil … Continue reading
For an explanation of this post and the origin of these designs, see the Introduction. The recent vote of Washington, DC to petition to become a state has inspired me to start publishing these again. We would a need flag … Continue reading
The UFO we saw from the badlands may have been identified. At the suggestion of my colleagues in Atmospheric Science, I contacted the Rapid City National Weather Service office to ask if what we saw could have been a weather … Continue reading
At a dark sky star party, something appeared in the northern sky around 7pm on Oct. 1 that looked like a bright star very near the position of Polaris. It was far too bright to be Polaris or any other … Continue reading
Yesterday, on my bike, I brought back from the Black Hills Farmers Market A large musk melon 6 peaches 4 ears of corn 2 small heads of cabbage 6 small cucumbers A bunch of tomatoes 16 oz. bottle of kombucha 13 … Continue reading