Space II

By Noah Paster About nine winters ago, I was sicker than I had ever been in my entire life. Unfortunately, this wasn’t just a thing that lasted for a week or two and then went away. It happened back to back to back to back to back…bronchitis, fever, strep throat, head cold, flu, etc. I … Continue reading Space II

RoD: Old Light

By Karis Kazuko Taylor I work at an outdoor science school. 5th and 6th graders from the Los Angelus area come to the mountains of the San Bernardino National Forest and it is my job to teach them about photosynthesis, the water cycle, and astronomy. During the early fall months and late spring, astronomy is … Continue reading RoD: Old Light

RoD: Dr. Stalwart or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Uncertainty

By Wes Kuhnley A look up into the night sky—in any semi-rural location anyway—will yield an incredible expanse of stars. And on a moonless night, with your naked eye, you can even see the pale mists of the via lactea, our home, our galaxy, the Milky Way. The experience is humbling and for many, slightly … Continue reading RoD: Dr. Stalwart or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Uncertainty