Monthly Archives: August 2014

Thank you and Congratulations Vin Scully!

This past week Vin Scully, celebrated 66 years of broadcasting baseball games for the Dodgers.  He  has been broadcasting for the Dodgers  both in Brooklyn and in Los Angeles.  He is one of the very few in any capacity left … Continue reading

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Matrix Multiplication Algebra

I wouldn’t wish pencil and paper matrix multiplication algebra on my worst enemy.  Well, on second thought……  Anyway, Michael Kelley describes it as, “The trickiest thing you’ll need to do with matrices.”  In Kelley’s Algebra, Chapter 9, pg 118-120, he … Continue reading

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New Siberian Craters and Escaping Methane Gases

  Toward the end of last week, EarthSky News  emails contained a link to unexplained craters in Siberia.  Reindeer herders in the Yamalo-Nenets region of the northern Ural mountains, questioned on the scene, had different stories to tell.  Some said … Continue reading

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