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Galileo's Leaning Tower Experiment by Wendy Macdonald, illustrated by Paolo Rui

Galileo’s Leaning Tower Experiment
by Wendy Macdonald
illustrated by Paolo Rui

Massimo stands waiting on the bridge high above the river.  He is dropping stone into the water and gadging how long it takes them to fall.   250 more words

God of Truth

Now I have mentioned freedom to express your thoughts, but I caution you that your thoughts and expressions must meet competition in the market place of thought, and in that competition truth will emerge triumphant. 468 more words


360-degree Shoot

By Enock W.

Have you ever imagined of a camera that covers 360-degrees angle in its coverage? Yeah, technology have it.
This has to do with a mount that can be used with any best camera, especially that of a smartphone in shooting. 207 more words


An Ocean Beyond Earth: Europa Awaits

It’s no secret that Earth’s ocean is filled with life, much of it still a mystery or totally unknown to science. But what about the ocean on… 285 more words


New View of the Solar System's Most Fascinating Moon

This is not the back of an eyeball—even though it looks like the back of an eyeball. It’s Jupiter’s frozen moon Europa—the sixth largest moon in the solar system, just behind Earth’s. 430 more words

Nerd and geek

A couple of weeks ago the Albany Times Union, (note: the paper hosts a mirror of this blog on their website)  ran a reprint of an… 463 more words

Church Nerd

Gravity experiments and Laughs

I spent my morning experimenting with gravity in my English literacy class. I love the opportunities for hands-on learning with my students because it’s a way to engage all my students, no matter what their English proficiency is. 123 more words