Author: Oscar Gordon
In other news, water is wet.
Yes, there is a rich and diverse history behind the development of mathematics, but is there currently room in the math class for that?
Got to see the dam at The Dalles, in OR, which is a massive concrete structure on the Columbia with 22 turbines, a fish ladder, and a shipping lock.
The problems with cheap labor.
Productive weekend. Fixed two doors, tore up some Davidiums and replaced them with Lilacs, cleaned the car, etc. PS: Why must interior door frames and hinge screws be so cheap? Both doors had the screws stripping out of the jambs. Had to take them off and pack the holes with epoxy so the screws would have something to bite into. I’m starting to think jambs should be constructed with T-nuts and use machine screws.
And if that isn’t the coolest damn thing you read all day…
The stupid… it hurts!
To be honest, this is the first I’ve heard of Octonions, and when I first read the title, I wasn’t entirely certain they weren’t talking about a layered root vegetable.
Why does it always take longer to unpack than to pack it all up?
It is so good to be back in WA, where the sun does not assault your skin! TT01 – We should do this with every major bridge. Not just the installation of sensors, but...
I watched Doom Patrol, and so should you.
Ordinary Times’s weekely science and tech feature with links to stories on water, thrust vectoring, plastics that actually recycle, NASA fraud, and evolution has it’s unintelligent moments.
Slim pickings this week.
Yes, I am feeling snarky today, why do you ask?