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Month: November 2020

{Art and Performance} 100 Great Paintings

{Art and Performance} 100 Great Paintings

I love the impressionists, and Van Gogh and Monet are my favorites. I also adore DaVinci, but not for his paintings, but rather for his inventions. But I’m not really an “art person.” I don’t have a creative art bone in my body. I have a good eye for photography, and I love photos, but I couldn’t create a drawing or painting to save my life. However, I still believe in the value of art. This month, to study more…

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[Science] Chemistry

[Science] Chemistry

One of our favorite chemistry resources is the channel on YouTube called Periodic Videos. Here’s the supporting website with a clickable periodic table to view the videos: http://www.periodicvideos.com During the pandemic, there has been a new discovery of “black nitrogen”. We all thoroughly enjoyed this new discovery and feeling up to date on research. You can view that video here: Most of all, my children love how exciting he makes chemistry, demonstrating burning and melting points, freezing points, and even…

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[Science] Virology

[Science] Virology

With the panic and propaganda supporting the Covid tyranny, it’s hard to separate fact from fiction. As someone that studied virology, immunology, mycology and microbiology in College, it’s a little easier for me to sort out the noise of the news propaganda. We found a great college course called “Introduction to Virology” from a professor at Columbia University. This is the 2019 lecture series, before the pressure and politics of covid. Watch here: I don’t agree with his position on…

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