Monthly Archives: April 2009

Goal of the Week

  This is the MLS Goal of the Week – got to see it live on Saturday.

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More on The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski

Last year, I wrote a very short review of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski. Next Wednesday (May 6), I’ll be doing a book review in person at the Oneida County Library in Malad City, Idaho. So I’ll … Continue reading

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Scientists

Listening to the radio today – “scientists” were quoted in a story about the swine flu outbreak, as in “scientists say that…”. Are these scientists the same scientists that expressed concern about sunspot activity? I picture a door with a … Continue reading

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Isaac Asimov – Three Laws

  Isaac Asimov is still one of my favorite writers. LOVE the robot stories. Better go read some…   [via SF Signal]

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Sunday Afternoon: Solar Minimum

I’ve been following the news about sunspot activity on the Sun. The Sun goes through cycles of sunspot activity that normally last seven years. I learned about this as a teenage ham radio operator (callsign KA7NTR), because sunspot activity affected … Continue reading

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