Feb. 9: Exploring COVID-19: SEE Science Center will host ZOOM on pandemic lessons learned to date

Against the backdrop of the pandemic, SEE is offering the virtual program:  “COVID-19- Lessons Learned” via ZOOM on Tuesday, February 9 at 7 p.m. with Michael Calderwood, MD, MPH, FIDSA Infectious Diseases physician and the Associate Chief Quality Officer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Elizabeth A. Talbot, MD, Infectious Disease and International Health Professor, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth, Deputy State Epidemiologist.     READ MORE
Living Without an Address

Living Without an Address #2: A Snowstorm and a Broken Heater

Encountering Murphy’s Law a few times every week for weeks on end wears both patience and stamina. When I bought my RV, I trusted the seller was telling the truth when they said it “ran like a champ.” That turned out to be false. Now it only runs with a clamp holding down a battery connector in the engine. The windshield is broken, and the exhaust pipe underneath has rusted apart to the point where it looks like it might have exploded. Had the seller described the vehicle as “for parts” or “needs repair,” I would have not bought it. READ MORE

Cause and defect

Indeed, a single-minded devotion to individual freedom has left many well-meaning pro-life conservatives and libertarians tongue-tied when accused by “choicers” of contradiction between their devotion to freedom and small, limited government and their opposition to “freedom of choice” on abortion. READ MORE