Quantum computing can make your head spin slightly, yes.Read More Nerdy stuff: Quantum computing
You’ve probably seen the images I took of the aurora during the Northern winter months. If not, go take a look at either one of these profiles: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ The way to produce these images is by keeping the objective of your camera open for long enough to gather the right amount of light. […]Read More Rainy day: It ain’t real if you can’t see it?
This is a piece of space history. A rather smallish piece of space history, to be sure, but nonetheless just that. It’s an old horn antenna during what I believe will be her last days in operation. In fact, it’s used as teaching equipment now. Turning two knobs, each for their respective rectangular coordinate, trying […]Read More Second life of space tech equipment: a piece of history
…pero no te metas con la naturaleza.Read More Ve a donde debes,…
Looking at this detail, there are many stories my brain conjures up. They have to do with the ocean in the background, shipwrecks and the “tooth of time gnawing away” at the remnants of long gone boats. Imagine the memory of the people involved in all the big and small drama surrounding those boats slowly […]Read More Imagination without knowledge? Spring surprises
When “artist’s impression” does not mean “lasting expression of imagination”.Read More SPT2349-56: Do you think artist’s impressions are useful?
Humans can be awesome!Read More Nerdy Stuff: Laser guitar
You know it’s spring when you find even the colour of dirt enchanting.Read More Springtime ice
Yes, I’m a little nerdy. So what?Read More Rocket education
Cleaning behind the fridge? That’s daddy’s job!Read More Refrigerator cat: Ever wondered how a fridge works?