What I Have Read in 2017
Books I am ReadingReaching Students: What Research Says about Effective Instruction in Undergraduate Science and Engineeringby Linda Kober
To Read Next
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
Tag Archives: Favorite Companion
Successfully submitting my grades for the semester. Getting the bathroom cleaned and ready for guests after being sick Feeling fully recovered after my illness Getting updates about electing our new Spokesperson on DUNE (Dec. 16) Safely driving to the winter … Continue reading
Kelly is the electron neutrino (νe), and I am the left half of the Higgs (H).
We were blessed with the opportunity to learn how to make sushi recently! It was a class called Just Roll It! given by I Wish Lessons; we had a Groupon. The teacher was good, and it was really fun to … Continue reading
Dec. 2010 Snow. Click on picture for full album. 2010 Young Adult Small Group Christmas Party. Click on picture for full album.
In what may be the greatest display of procrastination in my life, I have started posting online photos that date back to late 2010. Here is the first album in the series, Steely the Snowman. I think he was there … Continue reading
Behold, the 2011 Boomers of the Fermilab Softball League! We played our final game of the season on Aug. 25. All of the teams in the league make it to the playoffs, which are a double-elimination tournament. We lost both … Continue reading
As we prepare for sweltering August, I thought I would share a few cool photographic memories from the Groundhog Day Blizzard (a.k.a. my wife’s Birthday Blizzard) that was about six months ago.
June 12-17: We will be in Ely, MN for the MINOS Week in the Woods Collaboration Meeting at Vermilion Community College. This will be a particularly important meeting as our far detector has recently been restored to working order after a … Continue reading
Kelly & I are on the Boomers again, and this year the league has added a fifth team, the Prairie Fire. The picture above shows Kelly batting during our first game of the season on Thursday. It along with … Continue reading