I admit it. I am one of those folks who engages in political discourse all the time. And, with folks from every aisle. (It’s no longer appropriate to claim there are only two aisles- since the GOP is split into at least five factions and the Democrats into at least two. Plus, there are fringe elements that are not represented in our government. Thankfully!)
Continue reading Don’t confuse me with the facts. My mind is made up!
Back when I was a kid, it was typical to see movies about World War II on TV. Lauding the brave fighting kids that America sent to stop the Nazis and the Japanese. A few of those movies included submarines, depth charges, and torpedoes.
Continue reading Damn the Torpedoes?
A tale I love telling. For several reasons. A potential method for treating cancer. And, the development was effected by chemical engineers.
Continue reading Cancer Breakthrough?
Fancy term, right? It means freeze drying. It’s a process I used decades ago for my medical and pharmaceutical product development projects. It preserves the biological quality of the specimens.
Continue reading Lyophilization
You know there’s a law the precludes companies (websites and apps) from tracking personal data and collecting personal data if the user is under the age of 13, right? (Now, you know why Facebook wants all users to be over the age of 13, too.)
Continue reading I know everything about your kids
I don’t know about you, but I always wondered how folks dealt with fire 150 years ago. I mean we’ve all seen the movies that show the town citizens engaging in bucket brigades.
Continue reading Fire!
If you’ve traveled with me, you know I have a lead foot. OK. Maybe there’s a pole holding my lead foot down, too.
Continue reading Tread Monitor?