Carl Sagan: Cosmic Calendar

This video is old, but it does such a good job of putting everything into perspective according to the astronomical and archaeological data that we have so far.

First Day Schedule

Period Start Time End Time
Assembly 7:40 8:10
1 8:20 8:55
2 9:00 9:35
3 9:40 10:15
Break 10:15 10:25
4 10:30 11:05
5 11:10 11:45
6 11:50 12:25
Lunch 12:25 12:55
7 1:00 1:35
8 1:40 2:15

 

It has come.

Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Edition

The 17th Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.

Quote from the CMOS

While preparing the History Handbook, I came across this example of how to use punctuation in surrounding text in the Chicago Manual of Style:

There are two primary audiences for the Chicago Manual of Style: perfectionists and humorists.1

 

 

  • 1. The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th ed. (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2017), 364.

Work in Progress

Expect to see disclaimers of work in progress and pages that look like they should have more on them for the forseeable future. This project is just getting started, and as I add to it, I'm finding that I have a tremendous amount left to do before this site is where I want it. First for the school year, but also as a project in general.

That said, if you find something that is broken, please do let me know.