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FACES OF CAPE COD: DeWitt Davenport – CEO, The Davenport Companies  CapeCod.com News

DeWitt Davenport is well known in the area as not only the CEO of The Davenport Companies, but for his deep-rooted ties to Cape Cod and its communities.

Bauso: Supporting Montessori in the home  Auburn Citizen

Education requires parents, teacher, and child to work together in cooperation. A weakness in any of these decreases the efficiency of others while inhibiting the ...

Ask Ethan: How Can LISA, Without Fixed-Length Arms, Ever Detect Gravitational Waves?  Forbes

LIGO, here on Earth, has exquisitely-precise distances its lasers travel. With three spacecrafts in motion, how could LISA work?

Martha's Vineyard News | Crescent Moon and Planets  The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News

The waning crescent moon and the bright planet Jupiter appear fairly close together on Wednesday morning.

Starwatch: Symmetry in the sky! | Lifestyles  PostBulletin.com

Throughout the year, the stars of the Rochester celestial dome make up a plethora of pictures and patterns. Most of what we see are the individual constellations ...

Winter Triangle is bright spot in the sky  Butler Eagle

Throughout the year the stars of the Butler celestial dome make up a plethora of pictures and patterns. Most of what we see are the individual constellations that ...

Symmetry in the sky | News, Sports, Jobs  Marshall Independent

Throughout the year the stars of the Marshall celestial dome make up a plethora of pictures and patterns. Most of what we see are the individual constellations.

Sky Watch: It’s time to get Sirius about the Winter Triangle  St. Paul Pioneer Press

Throughout the year, the stars of the celestial dome make up a plethora of pictures and patterns. Most of what we see are the individual constellations that were ...

Did you solve it? Five shady puzzles  The Guardian

Earlier today I set you five puzzles from More Geometry Snacks. Here are the questions each followed by two methods of solution. Sometimes the simple action ...

The Curse of Oak Island recap: Team discover a second mysterious structure at Smith’s Cove  Monsters and Critics

This week on The Curse of Oak Island, the team discovered just how vital the words and wisdom of patriarch Dan Blankenship are to the treasure hunt — when ...

YouTuber Successfully Completes Flat-Earther's $100000 Challenge, Flat-Earther Refuses To Pay  IFLScience

A YouTuber took on a flat-Earther's challenge of proving the Earth is a sphere using flight paths. The bet was worth $100000 but the flat-Earther is now r.

Equilateral, equiangular, right  The Hindu

If you spend too much time with triangles, you can miss how odd polygons can behave once they have a few more sides. For example, equilateral triangles have ...

A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The Pseudo-Rhombicuboctahedron  Scientific American

There are five Platonic solids. Those most highly symmetric solids are the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron, the only convex ...

Weekend Diversion: Triangles, a Puzzle, and Beauty  ScienceBlogs

"Arithmetic! Algebra! Geometry! Grandiose trinity! Luminous triangle! Whoever has not known you is without sense!" -Comte de Lautréamont. When you think ...

Very Special Snowflakes  UConn Today

A snowflake is the nastiest well-behaved curve we can think of. And that's a useful thing, argues UConn mathematician Vyron Vellis. The snowy weather has ...

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