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The child was mystified. The teacher repeated the question: “if I have an apple in my left hand and an orange in my right— take a wild guess: what is the question?” The child shrugged his shoulders, lips arched, hands … Continue reading

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low gravity

Our recent snowfall, and the recent column about King of the Castle, the children’s game, reminded me that what Northerners take for granted may surprise Southerners and at the same time, teach us a little advanced physics in the fantastical realm. (#1003) Continue reading

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Sometimes uncertainty can hang around. (#962) Continue reading

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