You walk from outside to in, or turn off the lights for the night. And all you see is darkness until — oh wait, what’s that? You start to see vague outlines, and then — ahhh, finally! Your eyes adjust and you can see colours and objects, or if you’re in pitch black, you start to see shapes you can navigate around.
Here’s a little bit of personal math for everyone:
Books > podcasts > film documentaries > movies > TV shows
I like podcasts almost as much as I like books — and I really like books.
…though I wish you didn’t.
Heartburn. It gets the best of us.
*This week’s post is a school assignment. Science story? No, but cool nonetheless.
In this week’s issue of The Projector, Red River College’s newspaper, I wrote an article about the solar panels lining the south side of The Roblin Centre.
Read the full article here: Too hot too handle
If you go to RRC, check out the glass case with inverters in it on the fourth floor of the Princess Building. That’s where all the energy is being converted into something useful, like alternating current (AC).
In 1987, Harvard graduates were asked to explain why we have seasons in the documentary A Private Universe. Many couldn’t.
So, are you smarter than a Harvard grad?
Take a moment to try to explain how we have different seasons. I’ll give you a hint, it has to do with Earth and the sun.
Alright, ready to learn (or confirm)?