Monthly Archives: July 2013

Two very different cool things

Thing 1: Astronomy. There are interesting news reports going around about observations of huge bursts of radio energy, unknown until a few years ago. They say that they release in a millisecond as much energy as the Sun puts out … Continue reading

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Paper accepted

After much delay and procrastination, I’m finally going to publish a paper (co-written with Edward Earl) on the mountain-measuring work that I’ve done on and off for over a decade, and that now goes by the name of ORS (“Omnidirectional … Continue reading

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