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The Naib has requested I put out a few more posts, particularly of the mathematical variety. I finished my math degree two years ago, so it actually is pretty fun for me to think about it now (although, I must admit, the classes got painful sometimes). Anyway, I really like the Naib and am quite [...]
Some people feel as though math theory is completely useless. “Why bother to prove all those math theories?” seems to be their “practical” viewpoint. I, however, like to know that when I am doing calculus or trig or geometry, the steps and theorems that I envoke have actually been shown to work 100% of the [...]
So, out of curiousity, who feels as though the hydrogen economy is on its way? I think I hope so, although wind seems a lot more promising right now. And I am not certain why wind is attracting so much more custom than solar. Hopefully the research on cheaper, more productive solar panels will change [...]
So, has everyone (or anyone) read the Backgrounders under Clean Power? They have a nice little section on the basic history, setting, whatever and then a very simplistic explanation of how the technology works with nicely simplified science. I quite liked them and highly recommend them. The author is extremely, um, excited by the workings [...]
I would like to know where on Cape Cod that beautiful little salt marsh that is at top of the Blogs is located.
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