Author Archives: Ted
An article on Spaceweather.com discusses the latest analysis of climate researchers Judith Lean (NRL) and David Rind (NASA/GISS). Their model can account for 76% of the variation in the surface temperature of the Earth over the last 30 years just … Continue reading
Here is a clip from the PBS program “DNA The Secret of Life”. Computer animation is used to illustrate the process that makes near-perfect copies of DNA. How DNA Copies Itself ??
I will be attending a couple of weddings in the next two months. I wonder if they will be as unusual as the Unexpected Wedding Entrance? ??
Arthur Benjamin can figure out 3-digit squares in his head faster than people with calculators. Personally, I have to use a calculator to keep my checkbook balanced, so I am in total awe of his abilities. Check out the link … Continue reading
HGTV’s Man Land visits the ultimate guy hangout, my brother’s 50-Yard-Line Bar. A clip from that show is on YouTube. ??
You know the old joke about the difference between a recession and a depression: A recession is when your neighbor loses his job; a depression is when you lose your job. I found out today that it is officially a … Continue reading
Today is Jeannie’s Birthday. She would have been 56 years old. A couple of days ago at work I got a pop-up reminder about it from my Outlook calendar. I had forgotten to disable it after Jeannie had passed away. … Continue reading
Erin, Jon, and I made a road trip to Block Island, RI to scatter Jeannie’s ashes at the Southeast Lighthouse. It was six months to the day since she passed away. It was not planned for an anniversary, but just … Continue reading
Many people commented on what a good job the funeral home did on the montage at Jeannie’s funeral. I finally got the individual photos used to create it uploaded to my photo gallery. Click the photo at the left to … Continue reading