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Round 2 - High School Physics 01

This is my 2nd time teaching a high school physics class for homeschoolers, many of the labs will be the same but I will continue to post after each class this year, even if its just to point to a previous post.   276 more words


How do we measure clouds?

As I’ve already mentioned on this blog, clouds are really important. But how do we measure them? The answer is that there are many methods, each with their strengths and weaknesses, that are typically used to measure cloud properties. 1,465 more words


Drones fore commercial use

Summary: In a typical stockpile measurement scenario, calculating volumes with a drone came within 95% of a laser scanner output with 96% time savings on field data collection.

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On average lives and normal distributions

Statistically speaking, you’re okayish. Is that such a bad thing? Well, some think it is. Take self-appointed self-help guru Robin Sharma who urges us to “Leave the cult of average today!”. 1,618 more words


Measuring the Quality of Health Care in Low-Income Settings

Measuring the quality of health care in High-Income Countries (HIC) is deceptively difficult, as shown by work carried out by many research groups, including CLAHRC WM. 2,124 more words

Richard Lilford

On Variation and Some of its Sources

Virtually every component is made to be assembled with its counterpart(s) into sub-assemblies and final assemblies.

If individual pieces of a given component could be made identical to one another, then they would either… 1,523 more words


Polarity Series #3: Map Reading 2.0

Welcome to Map Reading 2.0 – the third in my series on Polarity Thinking. So far we’ve examined the differences between a Problem or Polarity… 1,050 more words