Saturday, January 10, 2009

I'm posting from a math and science conference in Casper. I've learned some interesting things.

I now know how to determine time of death using body temperature. I can lift fingerprints, put out fires, determine height of an individual based on the length of the humerus bone, or estimate someones height based on their shoe size. I can't wait to see what I learn today. :o) (I did learn some other things, but I'm sure they weren't as important as those mentioned)

As a side note, I have wanted to buy a GPS for several years, and in fact, I am taking one of the courses today on using a GPS in the classroom situation. This conference is giving out some very nice door prizes, and I won a Garmin Legend GPS. I am very excited about this, and it made the whole trip worthwhile for that if for no other reason. I am still in the running for an IPOD or an IPOD touch. Keeping my fingers crossed.

Have a great day. Stick.


Delirious said...


If my teachers had used techniques like that to teach me math, maybe I would have done better!

Nene said...

Leon has a Garmin Legend, but his is quite a few years older.