Monthly Archives: December 2014

Happy New Year Part II

Here’s a more recent live performance from 2012 of an old Django Reinhardt song Je suis suel ce soir by Bria Skonberg and Jeff Bernhart. Thank you to cinedevine, You Tube,  Bria Skonberg, and Jeff Bernhart.

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Happy New Year!

Here’s an old fashioned New Years Eve song on a 78 record.  This is “Minnie the Mermaid” by Bernie Cummins and his Hotel New Yorker Orchestra (1930.) No, it’s not Auld Lang Syne. Thanks to Atticus Jazz on You Tube … Continue reading

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Further thoughts on Photomath

  In a previous post, I  linked to a video on Photomath, the ipod Algebra app. I also posted the above picture showing an equation and its solution.   I have some further thoughts about Photomath after I took the … Continue reading

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Swarms of small earthquakes in Oklahoma and Texas. Plate Techtonics or Induced Seismicity

I mentioned previously the puzzle of earthquakes in Oklahoma.  Now the puzzle includes Texas.  A magnitude 3.3 earthquake 3 miles ENE of Irving, Texas on November 23.       Today (December 3), a  2.9 earthquake was felt 7 miles … Continue reading

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November was a busy month for Earthquakes

I need to catch up here in almost every area. Let’s start with earthquakes because November was filled with earthquakes. First, a 7.1 earthquake struck near Ndoi in the Fiji Islands. This was a Ring of Fire event north of … Continue reading

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