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April 18th, 2018

[An examination of Linus Pauling’s first paper on the nature of the chemical bond, published in April 1931. Part 2 of 2.] In 1928 the German physicists Walter Heitler and Fritz London published a paper that appeared to have beaten Linus Pauling to the punch in its application of quantum mechanics to the theory of [

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April 17th, 2018

Week 15 in my 2018 #housewife #bulletjournal #planner. I read @eddieizzard autobiography this week (it was delightful), learned a new hobby that put a serious kink in my neck (#diamondpainting should come with massages), and finished watching everything #geraldmcraney has ever been in. Even the mid-90s #lifetimemovies that

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Seven more local cats headed up to Salem to be fixed yesterday.  I went all the way to Sweet Home, to a familiar trailer park, to get out four big boys, who all badly needed fixed.  They were free roaming and fighting.  One black bobtail, Rogue, had a flopped over swollen left ear, from fighting, in fact. The clinic s

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April 15th, 2018

Some might think spending hours for several days in the county park, mostly while rain pounded down, might be a bummer. I complained about it online but that was fake, to make it sound like such a hardship. In reality, I escaped reality out there.  I read books, an entire book the first day in the park.  I was after a p

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April 11th, 2018

[An examination of Linus Pauling’s first paper on the nature of the chemical bond, published in April 1931. This is part 1 of 2.] “It seems to me that I have introduced into my work on the chemical bond a way of thinking that might not have been introduced by anyone else, at least not […]

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April 10th, 2018

Philosophize This

I stumbled on this great podcast about philosophy that you should check out if you also like things such as philosophy and podcasts. (I didn't so much stumble on it as Spotify's recommendation algorithm put it in my path and then I stumbled on it.) Each episode is about 20 minutes of host Stephen West walking us

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Week 14 in my 2018 #housewife #bulletjournal #planner. I hosted Easter for the second time ever, and it went really well thanks to my mom and mother-in-law (I provided the venue, cooked the ham, and did the cleaning, and they did most of the cooking). Gave myself an easy week after Easter, one of the perks of being a stay-a

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I got 13 more cats from the new colony just south of Albany fixed yesterday at two clinics.  Six were fixed at Heartland Humane and seven were done up at Willamette Humane's spay neuter clinic.  This makes 21 cats fixed there in just over a week.  8 from the same colony were fixed last Monday at Willamette Humane. This

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April 8th, 2018

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There are few spay neuter reservations to be had lately. Fortunately I have a few weekly appointments until the end of April already made.  That's how I got 8 of the new colony cats fixed last Monday.  This Monday I have 7 more appointments and will get  7 more of them done, leaving at least five in need of fixing there

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April 5th, 2018

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April 4th, 2018

[Extracts from an interview by Tiah Edmunson-Morton with Chris Petersen, conducted on the occasion of the Pauling Blog’s tenth anniversary. This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity. Part 4 of 4.] Tiah Edmunson-Morton: Do you see yourself as his biographer? Chris Petersen: Oh no, definitely not. But here i

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April 3rd, 2018

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