Just over Grant’s Pass at 7:15pm and the sky turned black. Every mountain top was lit up with electricity and the rumbling of thunder was continuous. It’s not normal for it to be pitch dark so early. There are usually … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2008
Especially when they are the most powerful person in the world.
To save you going all the way to Project Euler to read it, I have copied problem 12 here for your puzzle solving convenience… The sequence of triangle numbers is generated by adding the natural numbers. So the 7th triangle … Continue reading
Subtle muscular adjustments can show, from left, wistfulness, determination, and unbridled Obama has been working on his looking-off-into-the-future pose. “A nod is acceptable,” Hosking said. “The American people respond well to nods.”
The organization, Scientists and Engineers for America have put together a questionnaire that they are sending to all candidates for the congressional elections in November. Innovation. Science and technology have been responsible for half of the growth of the American … Continue reading
So far, the main new features in Firefox 3 seem to be We moved everything around so you won’t find it We broke all your plugins especially mouse gestures which you love and firebug ok – the new drop down … Continue reading
According to Kurzweil, the singularity (the moment when we will start to invent things instantaneously) will occur in 2045. According to me the singularity (the moment when I forget things fast than I can learn things) occurs in 2009. Every … Continue reading
I have tried reading the bible about a dozen times but I always start with Matthew or Genesis but my eyes go all blurry at the all the begats in Matthew Ch1 and the bewildering number of people that appear … Continue reading
Project Euler. Wasting time with Maths. My attempt at #3 is running now (which probably means it is wrong).