“Nothing is impossible, only mathematically improbable.” – Sir August de Winter
Writing a program that can do all the conversions and calculations for my chemistry class: priceless! Completing it at the end of the semester when it serves no practical value: … Continue reading Chem Calcu-verter
Tonight at 7:33pm AZ time, one of the mirrored antennae on an Iridium communications satellite will reflect sunlight back down on Earth over the Phoenix area. To the naked eye, it will … Continue reading Ever Heard of an Iridium Flare?
30 hours of driving, 5 states including Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana, and one INCREDIBLE celestial event!! (and yes, I took all of these pictures). We left Phoenix around … Continue reading Ecliptic Road Trip!
I’ve been invited to teach a Led Ashtanga Primary Series practice on Sunday, September 23rd, at 9:00am at the Namaste AZ Yoga Festival! I will be leading the full sequence of postures, but will … Continue reading Ashtanga at the Namaste AZ Yoga Festival
Get your Geiger counters out… In July of 1945, the United States detonated the first nuclear device, codenamed “the gadget”, in the desert just east of Socorro, New Mexico. At just … Continue reading Nuclear Road Trip