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  • Science
    Science

    People, Science, and the Media

    In an article with The Atlantic, Lawrence Krauss, a theoretical physicist and Director of the Origins Institute at Arizona State University, noted that “People are interested in science, but they don’t always know they’re interested in science.” The spectacle that goes on when NASA launches a spacecraft or when there is an eclipse suggests that there may be some truth to this. However, we have all experienced the general disinterest in science that most people seem to have. It is quite obvious that most people get turned off by science at some point in their lives.

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    Blogging

    My Lost Decade in Depression

    While there are universal symptoms, depression affects everyone differently. I am not talking about the momentary feelings of blue every gets. No, I am talking about spells of depression that can last for days, months, and even years. It took 10 years to discover I had it, and by then the damage was done.

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  • Astronomy
    Science

    A Short Guide to Doing Astronomy in a City

    Astronomy is one of the world’s greatest sciences. As old as humanity, it’s the only field of science where amateurs and professionals are treated as equals. You don’t need much to be an astronomer, just a telescope and a willingness to look up. However, I live in a city, and no matter how much you want to you can’t do astronomy in a city.

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  • blogging
    Blogging

    TIme to Consolidate My Blogs

    When I first moved to BlogJob, I decided to keep all my former post on my Blogger site. I did this so I partly because I didn’t want to do the work needed to transfer the posts, but for Yahoo’s mishap with its old Contributor Network. Now, I feel it is time to move all my major posts off Blogger and move them here.

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  • Television

    The Final Day of the Legend of Korra

    In 24 hours, the final episodes of the Legend of Korra will go live. It has been a long journey to get here, but as a fa, I cannot believe it. This is not the first time I sat through the finale of a show I watched since the beginning, and it won’t be the last. Still, seeing the show go is saddening.

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  • The Interview
    News

    Sony, The Interview, and the North Korean Hackers

    You probably heard that Sony Pictures has scrapped the Christmas theatrical release of the film “The Interview” due to the¬†cyber attacks against them and major theater chains. I may become a victim myself for this, but I would have released the picture regardless of what North Korea thinks or does. North Korea is a joke….

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  • Sleep
    Blogging

    Variable Sleep Schedule

    Sitting here in front of my computer at 4 am, I have a lot of time to think. One of the things I think about is how am I up at 4 am and only now getting sleepy enough to go to bed. I guess this is how freelancer sleep schedules work.

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    Blogging

    Switching to Vlogs in 2015

    In order to find my blogging niche, I am switching all my blogs to video blogs starting next month. I created Toon Radio as a multimedia streaming franchise, and videos fit in that well. Converting my personal blog to videos just makes my life that much easier.

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  • Gotham
    Television

    Gotham Episode 10 Lovecraft

    The Hunt for the Wayne killer takes a bad turn as an assassin hunts down Bruce and Selena. With the kids on the run, Alfred and Gordon try to find them and the one who leaked their whereabouts in the midseason finale of Gotham, Lovecraft.

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