9/16/17

Bye Bye Cassini


The Cassini spacecraft has crashed into the "surface" of Saturn.  It did good.


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7/8/17

Kyla in Massachusetts



My 4 year old granddaughter Kyla joins me in the studio to explain the mechanisms behind the way the world functions.

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6/15/17

2 Billion Miles From Anything




The Universe is BIG and it turns out that our little smudge of a Galaxy is out there on it's own.

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5/20/17

5/19/17

The Drone in Sector 7-G


It's "Mental Healthy Friday" for me today: The WannaCry ransomware virus has been the bane of my existence lately, but I've found a new hobby that's alot of fun.


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5/10/17

Identity Crisis?


I start off with a call from our friendly support center, just trying to help a guy out with a cupcake...and THEN I talk about other stuff.

5/2/17

Me and My Drone


My Boston Ignorance



It turns out that I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to racism in my home town. What happened to Adam Jones last night should never have happened.

5/1/17

Jumping Platforms



I'm moving Intervals to Spreaker. Listen in as I explain what that means.



4/29/17

Fenway PAAAAHK



Eric and I are at Fenway for a game against the New York Yankees.  Wish you were here.


4/19/17

Reducing Without Ham



YES I’m working on recording a new episode of Phedippidations…but meanwhile: let’s talk about food.



4/6/17

On Vacation with Thoreau



I’m taking the week off from work to enjoy some Major League Baseball this week, and have been reacquainting myself with my pal Henry David Thoreau.

3/25/17

WatchCast: Conflicting Philosophies



I’m recording this via my Apple Watch on a slightly warmer spring day, while I contemplate the upcoming March for Science. 





3/16/17

SNOWMAGGEDDON and the CO2 Thing




This episode was recorded during and after the Nor’Easter that hit these parts.  Winter is back with a vengeance…and speaking of that…I’ve got a few things to say about a certain head of the EPA and his very silly opinions.




3/12/17

Courtesy




I watched a great documentary last night that I can’t stop thinking about.  With Global Warning and the Trump Show consuming our conversations, maybe there’s a better way to change the hearts and minds of those who oppose the truth.





3/6/17

March for Science - OVERWHELMING Evidence


On Earth Day, April 22nd, I’ll be marching for SCIENCE…in Boston.

Global Warming is the single most important concern in Human History (yeah, for the ENTIRE history of humanity…this TRUMPS every other concern.)

In the weeks leading up to the March, I’m going to make this case using OVERWHELMING EVIDENCE.

Here are some links of interest:




3/3/17

Say Something Nice


When I was growing up (not that I’ve stopped), my Mom would engage us children, every day, with some kind of a “mental exercise”.  Instead of watching TV, we were forced (oh the horror) to read books (laugh if you will, but I read every installment of “Little House on the Prarie” and loved it).  WHen it came to social quandries, she was equally instructive.  Now that we’re in the “Age of the Trumpers” it’s time for me to take my Mom’s advice and say something nice.  Five things in fact.


2/18/17

A Better Way to Survive the Trump Show






I’m talking about gadgets, baseball and in the end: Trump.  Asking the question “What if he’s not a bad guy”.  Hear me out.


2/2/17

Yummy Crow


An update for you in this first of 2017 episode of Intervals, and some words of encouragement for the new 'Merican POTUS...no, seriously.