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Our Summer so far

I decided because I’m terrible at remembering to blog I will just update with photos this time. I’m pretty good at taking photos. With the older two deschooling and the real work starting in September ( though all home edders know learning is all the time), we have been taking it easy so far. 150 more words

Home Education

Education vs Travel

“Don’t tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you’ve travelled”


I still remember the first time I read this quote. I was only a child, and it baffled me. 470 more words

Tesla Beats the Street, Breaks Ground in Nevada

Tesla just released its second-quarter earnings results. Here are some quick highlights from the shareholder letter:

  • The Palo Alto, Calif., electric vehicle manufacturer lost $62 million during the quarter, or 50 cents per share, on $769 million in revenue.
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Sirium 5

V. Gypsy Moth Fortune Cookie

I spread my arms into the wind and jump. For a moment we’re suspended in space amid the single note of someone’s scream and a roll of thunder above us. 1,549 more words


U.S CDC: don't go to Ebola zone

Cancel your tickets.
On Thursday, us health officials canceled all non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. They advise against going do to the Ebola outbreak there. 67 more words


Montgomery Alabama Hits Record Lows

Montgomery Alabama Hits Record Lows

Someone needs to send this to Bill Weir over at CNN, and see if he goes off on another profanity-laced tirade, lol.  62 more words

God is not alive: He does not meet the basic criteria for living things

In biology the definition of life is a little tricky. It’s rather difficult to make a single, coherent statement about what life is. Instead, biologists have a list of descriptive traits that define life. 609 more words