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Wacky Wednesday--Water Fireworks & Color Changing Milk

I did my first ever Wacky Wednesday on September 17, 2014. This is going to be a trial and error program, as my community has several different grade schools that are released at different times. 229 more words

September 2014

Lord Kelvin’s Thunderstorm

Lord Kelvin’s Thunderstorm is a type of electrostatic generator invented by British scientist William Thomson, better known as Lord Kelvin, in 1867. Kelvin referred to the device as his water-dropping condenser. 258 more words

Lord Kelvin

CDC: Respiratory illnesses up to 277 confirmed cases in 40 states

Cyrus McCrimmon, AP
In this Sept. 8, 2014 photo, Melissa Lewis, of Denver, helps her son, Jayden more

The number of confirmed cases of an uncommon respiratory illness has increased to  94 more words

Government

Elephant and your friends

hello everyone.. i want to tell you all a small story.. I am sure you know this one but I am just making a funny tricky conclusion in the end that might help us all.. 268 more words

World

Experiments in lighting

This evening I experimented with a basic 3 point light setup and my Canon 60D.  The lights I’m using are inexpensive ($8 each) work lights from Lowes. 135 more words

Video

Some People In London Signed Away Their First Born Children For Free WiFi

It probably sounds a little ridiculous, but ever since the “HUMANCENTiPAD” episode of South Park, I’ve become slightly paranoid when clicking “Yes” on any online agreements. 409 more words

Web Culture

Forecasting the Weather

Almost every conversation in Canada, including adults and youth, often includes at least some mention of the weather. How much snow are we going to get overnight? 764 more words

Program Work