It still amazes me that I can turn on the computer and, in 15 minutes, get the data that used to take a week’s work to obtain. Of course it also amazes me that my work is so far in the past that it no longer shows up in the 30-year averages. Still, some of… Continue reading Electronic Visit to the Snow Course
We seem to have made a good location great for salamanders – ours are long-toed salamanders. Despite being in a near-perfect location for salamanders, most of the time we don’t see them. The information is online– and the field guide does a pretty good job explaining why we see them rarely. They’re classified as “mole”… Continue reading Usually I don’t see Salamanders
“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” William Shakespeare
I note that the governor has signed a bill that “forbids state and local law enforcement from enforcing federal bans on guns, ammunition and magazines.“ Detractors – folks who want the gun control efforts to grow in Montana are quoted as saying that this “would make it difficult for local law enforcement to collaborate with… Continue reading Montana Gun Control
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Trego Elementary school recently received a donation of books from Saint Rita’s Textual Apothecary. Trego School is continuing to expand its library- and its filing system. The school has been working to expand the library and replace the card catalog with a more modern system, in conjunction with the school’s reading program. They are still… Continue reading Mobile Bookstore Donated Books to Trego School
Donald Trump described himself as a “stable genius.” Joe Biden challenged another old man to an IQ test competition. These are things that never happened with George Bush, and I scoured the internet for reliable IQ numbers on politicians. I learned that a US government official IQ tested a group of German military and political… Continue reading IQ Testing Government Officials