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Tag Archives: science
“Curiosity killed the cat.” I heard that a lot growing up. Here’s another phrase that stuck with me- “Theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die.” That, from The Charge of the Light Brigade, celebrating valiant soldiers. It made … Continue reading
Children are naturally curious about the world around them. They’re always asking how does this work and why does that happen? I once heard Buckminister Fuller comment that curiosity makes all children natural scientists. Science and curiosity are entwined like … Continue reading
When an artist ponders a flower, what is observed? What does an scientist see? Here’s Richard Feynman’s take on it: Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower from Fraser Davidson on Vimeo. Richard Feynman physicist, teacher, musician, was brilliant in … Continue reading
Now I know the world has really changed. It’s attested and certified: The Library of Congress is webcasting. A lecture and presention series on Music and the Brain. Webcasts on the first Spiderman drawings, early animations, National Book Festival author readings, … Continue reading