Monthly Archives: December 2010

Believe in yourself

The rocks by the sea are shaped by the water, the constant movement of the waves. The water is moved by the air, creating currents and swells. The air is moved by the sunlight, which heats up certain areas, causing … Continue reading

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Tinnitus

A cricket was making a racket one night He’d start up his love song as I’d close my eyes To fix it meant trying to track it by ear But as soon as I’d move, he’d shut up in fear … Continue reading

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Blue Shifted Light

Blue light has a higher frequency than red light. So when the sun is approaching us in the morning, it has a blue shift as described by the Doppler effect; when it is receding it has a red shift. This … Continue reading

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Treble is my middle name

So, there is something wrong with “Brazilian Guitarist Richard Miller.” What’s with the gringo name? My father is American, my mother is Brazilian. I was born in Rio de Janeiro and lived there (and São Paulo, Puerto Rico, and a … Continue reading

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