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Tag Archives: curiosity
‘Handedness’ theories even draw from world history Curiosity Corner by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson Emeritus Professor of Physics Lander University reprinted with permission Question: Why are some people right-handed and some left-handed? (Asked by a curious “lefty.”) Reply: … Continue reading
Dual citizenship possible, but complicated by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lander University Question: Is it possible for a U.S. citizen to have dual citizenship with another country? (Asked by a curious column reader.) Reply: Good question. … Continue reading
Simple stir stick prevents superheated explosion by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lander University Question: I recently read a story about a boy being burned while trying to boil water in a cup in a microwave oven. … Continue reading
Tumblin’ tumbleweeds are a pain in the west. by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lander University Here are a couple of “What is” questions. Question: What is tumbleweed? (Asked by some curious dude.) Reply: “Drifting along with … Continue reading
by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lander University A touch of the grape may be good for the heart Question: I heard on the news that grape juice may help prevent heart attacks. How is … Continue reading
by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lander University Curiosity corner: The tale of two kiwis — bird and fruit linked by looks Question: Are the kiwi bird and the kiwi fruit related? Reply: Well, not really. … Continue reading
I am proud to announce that Curiosity Corner has found a home away from home in the blogsophere right here on Rob’s Megaphone. by Dr. Jerry D. Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Lander University Question: Somebody recently mentioned … Continue reading
I am proud to announce that Curiosity Corner has found a home away from home in the blogsophere right here on Rob’s Megaphone. My friend and former colleague Dr. Jerry D. Wilson has been publishing his column: Curiosity Corner as a … Continue reading