Sugar Tree Ridge
Here at Sugar Tree Ridge, we are a fountain of various informative, thoughtful or entertaining new ideas about topics that interest us. We offer the following pieces of enlightenment:
How high could a person jump on Mars? Take a few simple natural laws and mix liberally with some high school algebra and you can calculate the answer. This little article is a demonstration of how science works. Oh, by the way, to work this out you'll need to calculate the mass of the Earth. Not a problem. If the math bothers you, just skip past it. The text explains what is happening. If we were on our toes, we could teach this stuff in high school.
- How High Can You Jump On Mars?
Have a glimpse at what a high-speed railroad system of the future might really look like:
- Let's Build A (Profitable) National High Speed Rail System!
Here is a serious (really!) essay that presents a simple way of understanding the behavior of dogs and other animals, and especially of humans.
- Emotional Beauty and the Limits of Human Intelligence
For a humorous look at the problem of traveling through time, check out this one:
- Time Travel: Why You Can't Get There from Here
If you really want to take an in-depth look at what time is all about in the physical world, put on your thinking cap and try the following piece:
the Nature of Time (and Other Occasional Dimensions)
The following article is a guide for connecting speakers and microphones to your computer and testing that they are functioning correctly. This is intended to be a complete guide for the novice. This is the first small step toward enabling you to talk to your computer and hear what it has to say back.
- How to Connect Speakers and Microphones to a Computer
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