After my last post critiquing Cohn’s scientific interpretations, I think its only fair to write about all the historians who are actively engaging and incorporating scientific findings in their work. I’ve communicated with a lot of historians who are following the scientific work on the plague and I know there will be some articles and […]
In my last mental Health Humor cartoon, we talked about a serious subject of “Mass Killings Let Talk About The Elephant In The Room”. One thing I left out was how deeply sorry and grief-stricken I am over these senseless deaths! It’s easy to forget that when you blog about data, you are, in fact, […]
My live-in mother recently started Internet dating, which has been quite an experience for both of us. Whereas many adult children are uncomfortable with their older parents dating and actively discourage finding a new partner to replace a deceased or divorced spouse,1 I actually encouraged her to get back out there again.
The sun provides a huge amount of energy for us. In fact more energy hits the surface of the Earth in one hour than we consume in a whole year. While this source of energy has incredible potential to power our future cities, at the moment the vast majority of it goes uncaptured. Imagine a […]