Archive for May, 2009

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Intuitively Understand Stokes Theorem

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

I’ve been studying electromagnetism, and Maxwell’s equations for the past year or so.  After working through an entire Calculus textbook to bring my mathematics skills up to the level they needed to be, I started to work problems in vector integral calculus and came across Stokes theorem.  Talk about strange!  I had absolutely NO IDEA […]

Obama And “Prolonged Detentions”

Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

This is ABSOLUTELY UNBELIEVABLE.  And I thought the Patriot Act was bad… Obama just recently gave a speech how he’s going to have the right to throw me or you in jail, INDEFINITELY, for crimes the government thinks we MAY commit.  In other words, CRIMES WE HAVEN’T EVEN DONE YET…. Rachel Maddow reports, just a […]

Peter Schiff Discusses Our Economy

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

I’ve recently decided that along with some of the other information I post on this site, I’d start writing short lessons on economics, to teach people how things operate.   But today my brother recommended I watch this series of videos by Peter Schiff, an Austrian economist.  He was wondering what I thought of what he […]

Replies To Google Doodlers

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

On the front page of Google, they feature a link for us to go vote on various doodles drawn by children in school.  Each drawing respresents a wish of theirs for the world.  I want to take some time and comment on their wishes. To: Abigail Kois, age 12, in Walworth NY. Your doodle was […]

Setting The Bar

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Yesterday, while eating dinner with my family, my Mom said something to me which I found particularly interesting, and worth commenting on. After I had finished my first plate of food, I was offered more food, as well as cheesecake.  I thought to myself, “No more calories.  This is too much.”  When I refused, I […]

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