February 22, 2008
Health Issues, Experimental Science, Duck-watching, Alternative Energy subjects, Self-Improvement.
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Last (of each month) Wednesdays, time of the free planetarium show: 6:30 p.m. "60 Minutes in Space," at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science www.DMNS.org .
Isaac Asimov, Isaac Newton, Robert A. Heinlein, Alfred E. Neuman "What, Me Worry?"and among the actually living: Aaron Harber, Cynthia Hessen, Tom Noel, Tama Kieves.
Electrical Engineer, Science Junkie, Bird Watcher, Astronomy buff, Electric car enthusiast, enjoy teaching simple hands-on-science experiments to youngsters. Fascinating experimental science websites: http://www.MadSci... http://www.WebEle....
At the Four-Mile House Park, I had loaned our tent out to the Kinda Collective group. I set-up our tent abound 9 a.m., and then our Dance-Walk partners helped me to take the tent down (in a strong wind), around 4 p.m. Our Dance-Walking route went from the Four Mile House, along to the so-called "Lollipop Lake" on South Holly Street. I took photos of the local waterfowl: gray seagulls, white egrets, and black cormorants (the submarine bird, that dives for its minnow snacks).