Going Slow In Belize


The enjoyment of life is in the details. I love the way the sea changes color here as the day progresses, almost as if it had moods of it’s own. Somber gray-blue in the morning, to brilliant emerald green at midday, to warm sapphire blue in the evening. I love walking slowly down the sandy […]

May 18, 2018

Changing of the seasons

Art, Essays, Science

Note: Originally written on March 5, 2018. One of the things I like about living in Nebraska are the four seasons being so distinct. Independent of what the calendar says are the start of the seasons, there is usually a very definite transition point between them each year in this part of the country. For […]

April 6, 2018

The speed of light

Essays, Science

First, a disclaimer: I make no assertion that the information presented here is useful in any way beyond an interesting mental exercise. I am not a physicist, and have no formal scientific training. What I do have though is an intense curiosity about theoretical physics, and a recent abundance of relatively free mental time, in the form […]

June 17, 2016