Monthly Archives: September 2015

Five Polar Polyhedra

Most polyhedra I post have cuboctahedral, tetrahedral, or icosidodecahedral symmetry, or some pyritohedral or chiral variation of one of these symmetry-types. These, however, are exceptions. I call them “polar polyhedra” because they each have an identifiable “North Pole” and “South … Continue reading

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Richard Feynman Explains When Rules Are Wrong

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Richard Feynman, on Uncertainty in Science

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On Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome

Teaching students with Asperger’s Syndrome is a challenge. As a teacher who also has Asperger’s, I have some suggestions for how to do this, and wish to share them. Keep the administrators at your school informed about what you are … Continue reading

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The Tragedy of Modern American History

The tragedy of modern American history: we fought our bloodiest war to date, and ended slavery, in the 1860s. Race, a difficult issue in the USA, to say the least, could have started to become less of an issue — … Continue reading

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Daredevil Fan-Fiction: Why Did Matt Murdock’s Mother Leave His Father?

I will start with an introduction, to set the context of this story. In the issue of Superior Iron Man shown above (#4, published in 2015), Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man (having had a “moral inversion,” or good/evil reversal), … Continue reading

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Reflected Rainbows

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