What can YOU say in six sentences?
Orson is halfway through a lecture about the physics of weather, reviewing the way that an object’s mass (a thunderhead, for example) ties force and acceleration together.
A student asks how much a cloud weighs, and Orson explains that mass is not the same as weight, and he gives the equation.
He moves on to open a discussion about lightning and how a magnetic field has lines that reach out…
Now, normally heat usually beats out cold at rock, paper, scissors any day of the week in my book, but not this week: it’s Dante’s Inferno hot!…
Shrill siren sounds coming from the TV in the other room catch my attention. I yell into my husband, “What are they saying about the storms?”…
Added by Lisa Miller on May 18, 2008 at 2:52pm — No Comments