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43 (rd parallel north)

Today the path of Hurricane Irene crossed over the 43rd parallel north of the equator in the United States (New York, Vermont and New Hampshire).  As Hurricane Irene continues to sweep across the East Coast of the United States and causes major devastation in its path, here is a description from the Hurricane Preparedness – [...]

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Baseball, Arcs and Exponential Growth

On the homepage of the website, I have enjoyed scrolling through the different categories like Patterns, to look at the different examples and to think about where else one might see those same forms at different scales. While watching a lot of baseball, it has been fun to guess when the baseball is hit what [...]

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Ice Cream Trucks and Superman

One of my favorite moments in Scale is the New Geography (a very helpful teaching tool for leading Power of Ten workshops)  is when Eames Demetrios in Some Tools for Teaching Scale is in the middle of describing an aspect of scale and an ice cream truck drives by with its chirping ice cream music [...]

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