Somewhere along the way while most people are attaining adulthood, they either lose their natural childhood curiosity in the sciences and the world around them, or they never obtain it.Reading science journals or even watching documentaries is not among their pastimes.American tabloids recently reported that ‘Seinfeld’ creator Larry David’s companion was pregnant after she sported what some interpreted to be a ‘baby bump’.According to the report, a source close to the couple confirmed they were expecting a child. (read more)Is Larry David about to be a dad to a little boy or girl?
As a teenager, he was tormented by his gym teacher, Mr.Pro Career: Selected in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft; was the first receiver taken and the third player overall behind QB Eli Manning (San Diego) and T Robert Gallery (Oakland).Agreed to new contracts with Arizona on 3/11/08, 8/20/11 and most recently, a two-year contract on 2/18/15 that will keep him in a Cardinals uniform through the 2016 season.Hollywood is notorious for throwing physics and other forms of reality out the window when it comes to most of their science fiction films.A rare exception was Stanley Kubrick's 1968 classic While I have no illusions that many folks see films primarily to be entertained and moved emotionally, it is also a sad but true fact that many of these same people receive most of their science "education" from films, consciously or otherwise.I'm also the founder of the USA Table Tennis League. You might have read my book, Table Tennis: Steps to Success. It has been translated into Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Malaysian and Hebrew, and there are more translations planned. I have a Master's degree in Journalism, and a Bachelor's degree in Math, with concentrations in computer science and chemistry (all from University of Maryland).