Monthly Archives: February 2009

Foundation

We found the first four books of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series last spring on Mackinac Island. The library on the island was having a book sale so we checked it out.  The library didn’t have too much in the way … Continue reading

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Invitation to Oceanography

This is Rebecca’s Oceanography textbook. There are quite a few textbooks laying around at any one time. The guy in the suit there is this one kid we know.

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Two Fisted Science

Two Fisted Science is a graphic novel collection of short stories about physicist Richard Feynman.  It’s funny and awesome and touching. I think it might have made me cry once. This was written by Jim Ottaviani who is a super … Continue reading

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Comet Lulin

The other day I decided to try and get a shot of the comet cruising around near earth right now, and with a longish exposure, I managed to get a good shot of it. This one's gotten quite a few … Continue reading

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The Mists of Avalon

I’m pretty sure that I got this book originally from the High School library, though it doesn’t have any markings on it that indicate it as such. I just remember reading it for a long time during my English class … Continue reading

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The Delta of Venus

So I really like going to garage sales.  I’ve gotten quite a few books from them and this copy of the Delta of Venus was part of a very excellent small collection of Anaïs Nin erotic fiction.  This one was … Continue reading

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The Necronomicon

To continue the series of religious books, and to provide a counterpoint to yesterdays bible, I offer you today’s entry: the Necronomicon. This fictional book was invented by HP Lovecraft for his Cthulhu mythos, but this  version of it unfortunately … Continue reading

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