• Off The Air

    Updated: 2021-03-26 00:20:42
    We flew to St. Louis yesterday for the weekend to visit Patricia’s family. Probably not much posting until Tuesday. Consider this an open thread.

  • The Dream Of The 90s

    Updated: 2021-03-23 21:42:27
    …died in Portland. I remember when Nancy moved up there. She told us she was planning it at a Halloween party in 2003 at the late Cathy Seipp’s place.

  • Europe’s Response To The SpaceX Challenge

    Updated: 2021-03-23 17:01:52
    …is about as pathetic as one would expect. I told Clay Mowry back in (I think) 2014 that Ariane 6 would be obsolete before it first flew. He didn’t buy it then, but now he’s with Blue Origin.

  • Mask Mandates

    Updated: 2021-03-23 16:51:30
    Do we need them? There’s not much science behind it.

  • California’s Job Killers

    Updated: 2021-03-23 15:45:04
    The idiot politicians in Sacramento don’t seem to know the first rule of holes.

  • Environmentalists

    Updated: 2021-03-23 15:09:14
    A new project on the harm they cause. It’s much more about hatred of humanity than it is about the environment.

  • Another Weird Car Problem

    Updated: 2021-03-22 21:33:23
    My adventures in diagnosing the BMW made me decide to get another bluetooth OBD plug for the Toyota, and use an Android tablet as an extended dashboard. But I can’t get it to pair. My phone can’t even see it. It can see the one in the BMW next to the car in the driveway, … Continue reading Another Weird Car Problem →

  • Lori Pulls No Punches

    Updated: 2021-03-22 15:20:31
    She is clearly less than thrilled with the pick of Bill Nelson. Note the implicit assumption that having an administrator that can get more funding for NASA is intrinsically a good thing.

  • Death And Lockdowns

    Updated: 2021-03-22 15:07:49
    They were a policy disaster.

  • Blog Helix Magazine

    Updated: 2021-03-22 01:54:49
    Skip to main content Helix Magazine Connecting Science to You Main menu Home About Features SCI Q A In the News Blog Topics Search form Search You are here Home Blog Blog Dear Lab Notebook By : Sarah Anderson September 5, 2019 As a graduate student getting my PhD in chemistry , I†m expected to keep a laboratory notebook . It†s where I document what I do each day : the aim of the experiment , the conditions I use and the . Read more A Colorful Job By : Rebecca Harmon April 25, 2019 As I stand in an emerald green room beneath a windmill in Zaanse Schans , Netherlands , wearing a canvas smock and disposable gloves , I am front-row to a demonstration of how artists traditionally made . Read more Uncovering a Hidden Picasso By : Victoria Cooley February 19, 2019 It†s a Friday morning in

  • Blog Department of Energy

    Updated: 2021-03-22 01:53:13
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