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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- 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: Tales of the Weird
As I was riding on the bike trail along the north side of Rapid Creek on Jan. 6, I saw something unusual as I passed under the East Blvd. bridge. The object that made me stop is in the left foreground of … Continue reading
Click on the image above for the Photobucket album and sub-albums of my trip to Kyoto!
Kelly is the electron neutrino (νe), and I am the left half of the Higgs (H).
From the BBC to the AP, and from The Huffington Post to Fox News, the press has been abuzz with stories of particles traveling faster than light. The original press release and paper preprint are probably the best sources for … Continue reading
Sold my first ticket in The Well’s raffle I think God just answered my prayer for my internet connection to work!
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
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.
…and the sun. The piece of plastic is a fresnel magnifying sheet.