“Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change”

by DAN CHARLES November 20, 202010:58 AM ET Heard on All Things Considered "...This week, the Farm Bureau announced that it had formed a coalition that plans to push the government to adopt dozens of policy changes that would make it easier for farmers to reduce emissions from agriculture. "We're going to have a real common sense, science-based …

The Klamath Basin Duck – Episode III

Ducks Unlimited, Inc - the only international NGO (non-government organization) bringing together conservationists and hunters from three countries: Canada, USA, and Mexico to protect the wetlands and flyways of the North American ducks and geese. And hunting them! Sometimes with the same people and families! A full-cycle duck. In the following three episodes, available on …

The Klamath Basin Duck – Episode II

Ducks Unlimited, Inc - the only international NGO (non-government organization) bringing together conservationists and hunters from three countries: Canada, USA, and Mexico to protect the wetlands and flyways of the North American ducks and geese. And hunting them! Sometimes with the same people and families! A full-cycle duck. In the following three episodes, available on …

The Klamath Basin Duck – Episode I

Ducks Unlimited, Inc - the only international NGO (non-government organization) bringing together conservationists and hunters from three countries: Canada, USA, and Mexico to protect the wetlands and flyways of the North American ducks and geese. And hunting them! Sometimes with the same people and families! A full-cycle duck. In the following three episodes, available on …

Messier 95 NGC 3351, Messier 96 NGC 3368, Messier 105, NGC 3384, and NGC 3389 – a first night

It is an almost perfectly symmetric barred spiral galaxy, the core of which is visible to the amateur astronomer as twin spokes surrounded by a wheel or circle. At visual magnitude 9.7, it is a fainter Messier, being 34 million light years distant. M95 NGC 3351- captured this morning at 02:30 AM PST in cool …

“Long-Term Affects of COVID-19” (excerpts from The Wall Street Journal)

By Sarah Toy, Sumathi Reddy, and Daniela Hernandez Nov. 1, 2020 12:49 pm ET "Nearly a year into the global coronavirus pandemic, scientists, doctors and patients are beginning to unlock a puzzling phenomenon: For many patients, including young ones who never required hospitalization, Covid-19 has a devastating second act. "Many are dealing with symptoms weeks or months after they …

What then, is left?

Originally published in 10NOV2019. All rights are reserved. Of course, we begin with affirming conservation and symmetry, and see that good clocks exists based upon real, pragmatic and measurable quantities in spacetime. The best clocks make free motion look straight-forward as straight lines in spacetime. In spacetime, all freely moving particles travel in straight lines …

One step closer… from blockchains to stress-energy tensors

Originally copyrighted and published on 04NOV2019 Blockchains maybe a good set of "test particles" for General Relativity.  That is, in locally accelerated frames of reference, traveling roughly in the same direction.  It is, as a group, a relatively small series of "points" with little mass-energy (energy equivalence).   Thus, we can say they move as "free-particles" …