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And He’s Building a Leafway to Heaven

Hedge101019There are a lot of physics problems with a a stack of leaves that high. Fortunately, none of those problems are funny.

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Smarter Than the Average Bear

Hedge03312018Yeah, this is a dated reference, but to my mind who better to fly over the event horizon?

Hey-Hey, Boo-Booooooooooooooooo!

 

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The Three Body Problem

hedge02182018The Three Body Problem is also an excellent sci-fi book by Cixin Liu.  I’m now reading the second book in the series, The Dark Forest. Very cool speculation on what would really happen if we made first contact with an advanced alien civilization. A civilization that sees us as we see insects. The irony is that insects are REALLY difficult to totally exterminate.

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Ice, Ice, Baby

oh170105It’s Hammy’s world and we’re all subject to its physics.

Every action has an unequal and unexpected reaction.

Q.E.D.

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Hammy vs. Physics

oh140622I can draw. But I can’t draw this well. Tip-o-the-pen to Mr. Lewis.

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Please Return Your Tails to the Upright Position

oh130716Have you ever wondered about the physics and aerodynamics of a couple dozen butterflies flying a one pound wacky squirrel?

Neither have I.

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The Gumby Effect

The Gumby Effect is a lot like the Doppler Effect. To an observer, as Hammy’s velocity increases his body turns into Silly Puddy, while from Hammy’s perpective his body was always Silly Puddy.

The butt scratching thing?  I just made that up on the spur of the moment.

As opposed to the rest of it which took a lot longer to make up.

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