Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sums of Exponents

When we can reproduce what others have done before, that is school work. I would be interested in links to a proof of this or where it can be found elsewhere. I have not tried it with fractional exponents or … Continue reading

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Backyard Ocean

Salt can be very therapeutic, but a trip to the beach is usually quite expensive. According to WorldBook Encyclopedia, the ratio of salt to water in the ocean averages about 35 to 965, which is about 1:28. The salinity of … Continue reading

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Goathead’s Weakness

Most organisms decay in water. I soaked goathead seeds in a covered container of water for a full year. The water developed algae and became green, but at the end of the year, the seeds were as strong as ever. … Continue reading

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