Along with the doubt about human-caused global warming comes doubt in another accepted science axiom.
Consider this quote taken from the pages of the Seattle Times, specifically this article on skepticism of the Big Bang.
“Science ignorance is pervasive in our society, and these attitudes are reinforced when … Continue reading
The internet package was upgraded from 1 M to 12 M. (They haven’t installed the infrastructure for Prism in our area yet, so this is as fast as we can get for now.) The modem arrived about five hours after the tech stopped by the house and made the changes … Continue reading
I am upgrading or internet package today, and will be unable to connect to the internet until UPS delivers the new modem.
I have been thinking about science education lately. Not the kind you get in school. Rather, the education that comes from watching charismatic men (for some reason it seems to always be men) of science on the television.
When I was growing up, we had Carl Sagan, we had Phillip … Continue reading
I can’t believe it’s been almost two months since I last posted on the blog. It happens; people get busy. Still, it’s not ideal as not posting has a negative impact on page rank and other SEO-related metrics. Plus, it makes people who wander by question whether I’m … Continue reading
Here we go again. The Arizona Legislature, in its infinite wisdom, has decided to pass a “religious freedom” bill making legal discrimination against doing business with anyone who doesn’t comply with a person’s religion. This was in response to a lawsuit filed in New Mexico over a wedding photographer who … Continue reading
After about 10 days of stagnation,I made some small progress on the edits for A Darkling Nine. As my self-imposed deadline is fast approaching, I expect progress will ramp up significantly this week.
The big news for this status report is that I finally sold the print rights for a … Continue reading