Articles in the Hypothesis series are published on the 1st of each month, with the exception of Summer Break in July and August.

May/Jun 2024 Time as Object
Mar/Apr 2024 Fireflies Redux Eclipse
Jan/Feb 2024 Dragons Lost Cities
Nov/Dec 2023 Water Sparks
Sep/Oct 2023 Wildfires! Oceans
May/Jun 2023 Aging: The Long Now Fireflies
Mar/Apr 2023 Much Ado About Nothing AI and Me
Jan/Feb 2023 Sustainable Farming Methods Do You See What I See?
Nov/Dec 2022 Science & Halloween Reliability and Validity of Scientific Research
Sep/Oct 2022 Little Horses and Big Data Was England Invaded? Science Raises Doubts
May/Jun 2022 Number 9 Number 9 Summer Daze: SETI and Hollywood
Mar/Apr 2022 The Search for Shackleton’s Ship Science Circle Grids in OpenSim
Jan/Feb 2022 Next Stop… Mars The Interconnectedness of Trees
Nov/Dec 2021 Horses and Other Animals Music and the Stars
Sep/Oct 2021 A Large Snake Engineering Art Deco
June 2021 That’s Barbaric! Science Fair
May 2021 Droning On in Science Educational Radio
April 2021 The Health Hacienda Kings of the Past
March 2021 Star Trek and STEM Education GPS – Geeps?
February 2021 Particles Galileo vs. the 50 Foot Woman
January 2021 Follow the Star Online Learning
December 2020 Webs of Steel The Pendulum Swings
November 2020 Color or Lack Thereof To Quote or Not to Quote
October 2020 No Trespassing Life: Whither thou?
September 2020 What’s the Science? Dances With Wind
August 2020 Comets, Meteors and Asteroids… Oh my! Placebo: Doing Nothing
July 2020 Scientific Communication Seeking Beauty
June 2020 STEM in a Virtual World Wind Power
May 2020 Art in the Blood Staying Safe
April 2020 Wake Up and Smell the Coffee Creating the Stars
March 2020 Newton and the Planets It Was a Cold, Crisp Night
February 2020 A Virtual University Profile – Wordsmith Jarvinen Databases of Passion
January 2020 Obsessed With Time Super Supercomputing
December 2019 Black Swans: Swimming Again The Trees Are Alive With the Sound of Numbers
November 2019 Things That Go Bump in the Night Super Girl and the Invisible Books
October 2019 Music to Soothe the Savage Scientist Return to the Abyss
September 2019 The Cracks in Time Staring into the Abyss
July 2019 No More Punched Cards When the Earth Was Flat
June 2019 Philosophy and Science Islands in Our Mind
May 2019 A New Beginning The Fascination of Science
A Non-scientific Announcement
Ravelli Ormstein continues his weekly En Garde fencing training session every Friday at 1 pm SLT at Caledon Oxbridge Fencing. He is affirming lively participation, lots of fun and that no one gets hurt. All dates will be announced via group notices and in Ormstein’s online calendar.
Science and Art
The Summer issue of American Scientist is devoted to articles linking art and science to creativity. These articles parallel my column Art in the Blood (May 2020).
American Scientist, July-August 2020, Volume: 108 Number: 4.


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Hypothesis! is written by Deepy (Deepthinker Oh), who is an educational psychologist with a long standing love of journalism and previous experience as the editor of MANIERA magazine. The name – Hypothesis! – was chosen because hypotheses are integral to every field of science. As scientists, we discover new truths by testing our assumptions until we find the assumption that seems most probable. Deepy is pictured at the Caledon Oxbridge Village Fencing Club. Her motto: “The pen is NOT mightier than the sword but it comes close.” Deepy’s use of the SLBN logo does not constitute approval by or a representation or endorsement from Linden Lab.

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