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What came before the planets? What are the origins of life? And how much of a threat do asteroids pose to life on Earth today? There’s plenty of evidence to suggest that asteroids have (or used to have) hydrocarbons. If they have amino acids and nucleic acids… Hmm. Sounds like a science fiction story based […]
Since coming to Montreal last September, I have been asked by several people what my connection to Canada is. One connection, my great x 3 grandfather Joseph Lewis, is from the mid to late 1800s. He left Canada to come to the US for work. But another, slightly more indirect connection, dates back to the […]
Looks like the new Picard series will make sure to use the supernova of Romulus’s sun as part of its storyline. Here’s hoping they also explain why the Romulans were using a name from ancient Earth legends about the foundation of the Roman Empire. Read all about it at trekcore.com/blog/2019/01/picard-star-trek-series-heavily-influenced-by-2009-romulan-disaster/
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Quick update on the book: In the end, I’ve decided to go the indie route to self-publication. An update to the update! (2/16) It looks like I won’t be self-publishing this one after all. A small press that normally published ESL/EFL … Continue reading
When men don’t help raise their own children, when men insist that women raise children and stay at home for life, society as a whole suffers. Continue reading
As I posted some time ago, we were fortunate that my oldest daughter was able to enter a city-approved nursery school. We were even more fortunate to have first choice on a new housing plot that wasn’t even technically on … Continue reading
One of the problems with maintaining a blog about child raising is that the child-raising itself takes so much time that thee is little time to blog about it. If I thought I had little to,e last year while on … Continue reading
Starting April 1st this year (the beginning of the school year in Japan), I went back to work and my daughter started her first year at a nearby private nursery school. Even prior to the official first day, we attended … Continue reading
I go back to work tomorrow on April 1st. My year-long paternity leave is over. No April Fools.