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Stories by Joel Taylor

And Let There Be “Molecules” of Light

LIGHT IN OUR DAILY LIVES Light is a phenomenon that happens daily. It is a physical occurrence. We use lamps to read, we use headlights to drive in unsafe situations, we use it to grow plants,  and we use it as a form of energy to heat and cook...

October 14, 2013 — Joel Taylor

Mount Shasta: The Medusa of Siskiyou County

For those of you who may or may not know me, I grew up in the Pacific Northwest. My childhood was spent in Siskiyou County, California. Siskiyou County is the “Atlantis” of the west coast...

July 1, 2013 — Joel Taylor

Saturn's Hurricane

There are several types of weather phenomena. A phenomenon is an observable fact or occurrence that is unusual and can be explained scientifically. The types of weather phenomena include fog, heat waves, cold waves, tornadoes, thunderstorms, winter storms, and different types of cyclones.A cyclone is a system of winds rotating inward to an area of low atmospheric pressure...

May 2, 2013 — Joel Taylor

I, Quantum Robot

Though the concept of the robot seems to be a modern and a relatively new idea, they have been around for years. The first recording in literature of a possible description of the robot is found in the Iliad in reference to a “a three-legged cauldron that had ears for handles”...

March 17, 2013 — Joel Taylor

Chocolat Anyone!

Most of us enjoy one form or another of chocolate. Sometimes we eat a warm chocolate chip cookie or a good piece of chocolate cake with chocolate frosting with a cold glass of milk (or maybe chocolate milk)...

February 14, 2013 — Joel Taylor

Quantum Computing Simplified

We live in a world where technology is changing rapidly. We are facing new technologies daily. These technologies are changing our lives and helping us to live better.

September 25, 2012 — Joel Taylor
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