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Chinese Birthdays - Wednesday, December 5th 2018 19:42
So, yes, you're eyes are not deceiving you. I'm going to give the old blog another try. Sometimes it's easier to develop a thought without the confinement of little narrow...
... and miles to go before I sleep - Monday, December 4th 2017 21:40
...and miles to go before I sleep. But sleep I will. And I will wake up alongside "Buggy," and all the tears and regrets and loneliness will be gone....
June's Adventures in Hospital Land - Wednesday, December 7th 2016 21:37
June’s Adventures in Hospital Land Enough people have asked how June's tests went, that I'm writing a single narrative here. Thanks for your concern. Nothing really...
The Golden Ratio and the Perception of Beauty - Tuesday, July 12th 2016 21:26
This blog entry is coming to you from our little hide-out south of Smalltown, USA. It's been a good two days so far. Originally, we thought of driving further, but at this time...
The Parthenon and the Taj Mahal - Monday, July 11th 2016 0:48
The Golden Ratio in Ancient Architecture It’s time to come back to the point of this series. Its topic is the beauty of the number that is usually called phi (ϕ)....
The Dogmatic Agnostic - Saturday, July 9th 2016 0:47
"Agnosticism" was a word invented by T. H. Huxley (1825-95) to describe his attitude that he did not know whether there is a God. He took the label of the ancient movement...
A False Dilemma - Tuesday, July 5th 2016 21:20
June and I were both really wound up when we came home last night after the family fireworks. Plus I really wanted to get that previous entry posted. What I thought would take...
Prophet and Priest: Michio Kaku's Role in the Cosmos - Monday, July 4th 2016 1:41
Happy Fourth of July to all relatives, friends, acquaintances, fans, colleagues and work associates of the past, present, and future. Whether you’re celebrating or not,...
Which Numbers did God Create? - Thursday, June 30th 2016 14:23
The “God” of some Scientists In rereading some of my blog entries over the last 11 or so years (the anniversary will be July 3) , it seems to me that about a...
The marvels go on and on. - Saturday, June 25th 2016 20:43
Eight lanes back and forth at the pool Thursday. Only four on Friday, but I was pretty exhausted before I ever got into the water. On Thursday I had taken the red No. 14...
Excursus: A Corn Stack - Wednesday, June 22nd 2016 21:08
Woops! I meant to go on talking about ϕ, but got caught up in the agriculture of Indiana by way of a remark on the weather. That's why I like to describe my blog as...
Bull's Eye (almost) - Monday, June 20th 2016 20:57
Most of this was written originally on Saturday evening, but needed some refinement and a lot of uploading of formulas, plus adding enough cute stuff to give it appeal to a...
Making Progress - Friday, June 17th 2016 16:08
Thanks to everyone who tried the Tripod sites. They are working now. I still can't get into my file manager, but for the moment there are lots of ways of getting around that,...
Lycos.com and Tripod.com in a Coma. Requesting Some Assistance! - Friday, June 17th 2016 13:35
For some unknown reason Tripod/Lycos has been inaccessible for the last several days. I house most of my on-line pictures with them, as well the majority of my...
Convergence - Wednesday, June 15th 2016 23:00
Examples of the occurrence of the Fibonacci series in nature abound, and so do their descriptions. Therefore, apart from referring you to some websites and simply mentioning a...
Bring on the Rabbits! - Friday, June 10th 2016 22:47
Well, I've played my little game long enough, and I thank you for your patience. But now the time has come to start counting lagomorphs. I hope that in my preceding...
Phi in the Sky - Thursday, June 9th 2016 23:19
Yesterday was a gorgeous day in Hoosierland! Blue sky, sun shine, no need for an air conditioner at the moment. Today not so much. It’s supposed to get very hot again, so...
Golden Rectangles - Tuesday, June 7th 2016 21:16
I’ll never be able to maintain a regular blog as well as take care of other things if I keep making myself include all kinds of diagrams and drawings. Still, it is fun,...
Direct from the Pentagon - Monday, June 6th 2016 0:13
This entry comes to you from a state park in northern Indiana, where we are spending a few days. In order to make sure I get this installment out and start to establish a...
A Festschrift for Dr. Norman L. Geisler - Sunday, May 1st 2016 20:56
Time to get back to the old blog to talk about some things too long for a Facebook post. The catalyst this time is that yesterday (Saturday) I received in the mail a copy of...
Islam Material Gathered - Wednesday, December 9th 2015 20:44
This post is merely intended to let you know that all of the blog material on Islam from the last month or so has now been gathered at one site. You may find it more convenient...
Isis and it Expansion, part 6 - Wednesday, December 9th 2015 16:15
This entry is the straightforward continuation of what I posted just a few minutes ago (part 5). It won’t make any sense without reading that entry first. (I don’t...
Isis and its Expansion, part 5 - Wednesday, December 9th 2015 16:12
This is the first of two entries that I’m uploading pretty much simultaneously. Once both of these two posts are up, I will start gathering all of the recent material into...
Isis and its Expansion, part 4 - Friday, December 4th 2015 21:49
The Latest Attack Yet another terrorist attack, this one on our soil in San Bernadino, CA, and apparently carried out by a lovely husband-and-wife team—their names are...
Isis and its Expansion, part 3 - Wednesday, December 2nd 2015 11:47
We are working towards a clarification of ISIS and its satellites, using Nigeria as an example.  Please forgive me for beginning this entry with a statement that I have...