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For the Traveling Man

Whenever and wherever I’m traveling to, I always need a “catch all” for the smaller things I want to take with me. From Ame and Lulu’s mens collection ( known as R. 243 more words


I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on a seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me. 13 more words


Inertia and Inertial Frames

Galileo’s Ship

 It was Galileo who opened up the whole subject of ‘inertial frames’ and ‘relativity’, which has turned out to be of the utmost importance in physics. 4,561 more words


The REAL McCoy (Originally published 11/14)

Having lived for a spell in South Boston (a.k.a., “Southie”), I thought I had had my fill of Boston Irish culture.

Little did I know that I would find what is perhaps a more authentic example (sorry, Mr. 738 more words


Cam Newton, Back From the Hack

Written by Emily Taylor

Fans of the Carolina Panthers were surprised, confused and perhaps even angry on Tuesday when their quarterback, Cam Newton sent out some extremely peculiar tweets.   320 more words

A Colour Theorisation, with Chris Short.

In this post I will be discussing and exploring different theorisation of colour within art and science and my personal views on each individual theory. I will be paying attention to Kandinsky, Newton and Goethe in specific detail. 524 more words


I Bet He Wished He Could Forget That He Was Hungry, Too

Sir Isaac Newton was sometimes very absentminded. One day a visitor stopped by to see him. A servant told the visitor that he would have to sit down and wait, since Sir Isaac was in his study and could not be disturbed. 122 more words