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Category Archives: science
I’m not a scientist, though the descriptions of my MBTI type always say I’d thrive in that field. Of course, they leave out that I probably should have done significantly more math work. Still, I am intrigued with it, and … Continue reading
I have a friend who speaks of science quite well… in Nature. Congrats to Izabela. What’s interesting is that her work on friction got me to thinking of areas of friction in theology and life, likely getting a discussion going … Continue reading
As of 8:44 Pacific Time, right now, the sun is now directly over the equator. Night equals day. Day equals night. Autumn has arrived! This might be the only year my whole life where I hope this season, my favorite, … Continue reading
Poop has been found in a cave in Oregon. Fourteen thousand year old poop. Fossilized feces. The oldest human defecation found in North America. In case you’re wondering: While the analysis is not yet complete, he said there are bones … Continue reading
Google allows for the manipulation of time. How does it work? Gmail utilizes an e-flux capacitor to resolve issues of causality (see Grandfather Paradox).
The painted lady butterflies are migrating. And it might be the biggest migration ever seen. Millions of painted lady butterflies that fluttered into California’s Central Valley in the last week of March could be just the advance guard of one … Continue reading
Completely random here. Put the first 10,000 digits of pi to music. You choose the notes to correspond to each number. I wish there was a way of changing the length of some notes to help make for a more … Continue reading
I’m leaving on a jet plane, be back late Sunday evening. Going to the Society of Pentecostal Studies annual conference, out in North Carolina–at Duke to be more exact. Should be a grand time. I’m giving a little presentation on … Continue reading
In an earlier post I asked if I could still be allowed in emerging circles even though I’m not voting for Obama (and didn’t) and I use Microsoft Windows. Anyone who has followed this blog for a while can understand … Continue reading