by baldilocks Have you noticed that there are some people—many people--who have no concept of time? No, I’m not referring to the chronically tardy--though I do suspect that many of them are unable to perceive (imagine) time also. I’m talking about those who fall into the following categories: Unable to consider individual events from the … Continue reading Time Disorder
This is the 2nd of a series of posts on Sarah Palin's CPAC speech, The first in the series is here. After a montage of images on the big Screen Sarah Palin was announced and entered the stage. And the crowd went absolutely wild. Because I was part of the 2nd batch of press I … Continue reading The 16 Days of Palin at CPAC: Day Two the Entrance
By Timothy Imholt PhD Years ago I found a copy of a (at the time) used paperback novel in the local used bookstore that made me want to be a scientist. First there are some interesting bits about that first, it was a book not an eBook, and second I was in a … Continue reading Scientists and Future Government Acts of Violence – Drones and Rockets and Warbots, OH MY!
Mr. Spock: Lieutenant, I am half-Vulcanian. Vulcanians do not speculate. I speak from pure logic. If I let go of a hammer on a planet that has a positive gravity, I need not see it fall to know that it has in fact fallen. Star Trek: Court Martial 1967 Sherlock: He? Mycroft: Obviously. Sherlock: Why? … Continue reading FL-13 Greg Sargent, Morning Joe and The Balance of Probability
Just before things got started at CPAC on day 1 I went to the registration line to find a story and found George involved in Honor Flights: George's purpose might be to honor vets but he is bringing a lot of honor to himself and all those involved in the program. You can find out … Continue reading Field Guide to CPAC 2014 George of Honor Flights