Monthly Archives: November 2009

Giving Thanks On Thanksgiving

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I have always looked forward to Thanksgiving.  Christmas is still my favorite, but I am fiercely protective of Thanksgiving.    I’m just sayin’ . . .  Personally, I don’t allow myself to look at store displays or listen to radio stations that seem determined to trample Thanksgiving and Halloween in their frantic push to get […]

The Butterfly Effect

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No project I have ever done in my life has affected me so profoundly as the research I did a few years ago on The Butterfly Effect.  Working with the United States Air Force at the time, I was charged with finding “proof of the value of an individual life”.  At that time, the military […]

Engineering At Its Best

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The IEEE or The Institute of Electrical And Electronics Engineers is an important part of the Carleton University. It plays a crucial role in all engineering-related aspects.   The Carleton University Student Branch   The special Carleton University Student Branch has been especially designed to cater to the needs of students looking to improve their […]