Monthly Archives: April 2012

More Weird Engineers I’ve Known

While working in South Carolina, a guy from Houston transferred into my group. I learned quite a bit from this guy. Not anything I’d ever use, more like what to avoid. Phillips was about my age and had some kind … Continue reading

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An Earth Day Perspective

How many remember the first earth day? Well, we didn’t actually call it that. Back in the late 60’s and early 70’s Ecology was the word. It was a new word. To a seventh grader in Tulsa, Oklahoma, it meant … Continue reading

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OK, I’m back

I promised several weeks ago that I’d returned for a regular post on STEMz. Well, it just hasn’t happened that way, but I’m here to say: I’M BACK (again). I have a current event topic tonight: Some MEN with very … Continue reading

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Finally, First Class

I worked for ARINC for a couple of months, about six months to be exact. ARINC is a company that specializes in radio communications for commercial aircraft. Like most aerospace companies, they also have a site close to the local … Continue reading

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