Kubrick

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Last week I went to Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition. I have seen his movies many times and own most of them. What can one say about his movies–  they have style.  And impact.  It was really thrilling for me to see actual props and artifacts from his films (although there were some replicas.) Fortunately they allowed photography (no flash) at the exhibition and I did not forget my cameras.

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3D Microscope

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I got a binocular microscope.  It’s like VR, but real reality, and bigger,
like if you could shrink yourself down or embiggen the world.

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Science!

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Two weeks ago I did some actual science.  I went to Giant Sequoia National Monument with an astronomy class, taught by Richard Nolthenius of Cabrillo College in Aptos, California.  I used my telescope, a shortwave radio, and a voice recorder.

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greetings

There may be a large number of parallel universes. So maybe you’ve entered mine.

Why this site?  I started it because I’m making an app, and in order to submit it, I’m required to have a support site for it.

But I also may find it a convenient place to put other persistent things.

So there.

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