Monthly Archives: February 2016

FTV: Du Hast or Du Hasst?

There are some bands that I have avoided over the years, Rammstein being one of them.  I only heard a track or two from them in the past and had written them off as a ‘too’ band:  too industrial sounding, too repetitious, too German, and just plain too foreign for me to like.  More recently, […]

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Lake Superior Ice

From our buddy Ralph Winrich – this took place near Duluth, MN – two years ago a similar even occurred on the western shore of Keweenaw Bay – only in that case, it was SLABS of ice that came ashore, stacking 10-15 feet high and crossing enough beach to endanger some cottages.  Mother nature moves […]

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Einstein still amazing us

Thank you to Deborah Byrd at Earth & Sky for sharing this:  Einstein may have published this concept 100 years ago with the caveat that ‘we may never be able to prove it’ but humans don’t give up so easily.  One  hundred years may seem like a long time to wait for proof of something, […]

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FTV: Snow Day!

    It started as a simple link sent from our old roving NASA educator buddy Ralph Winrich.  It was just a clip he had seen on the internet and thought we might be interested.   I can’t say that I am captivated by too many viral videos that pop up here and there.  It seems that there […]

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Moses Brown’s new School is Closed video

Our friend Matt Glendinning from the Moses Brown School in Providence, RI sent along their newest ‘School is Closed’ video.  I wondered how they could possibly create something to rival last year’s Frozen parody and perhaps they can’t . . . so they took it in a different direction this year.  Instead of the joyful ‘School […]

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