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Monthly Archives: March 2018

FIRST Robotics Competition

Let the games begin! I’m right now watching the preliminary rounds of the First Robotics Competition regional event at the University of California Davis. I’ve never been to a robotics competition before, but was asked to help out with the team from my school, Carmel High School. Being a science geek, I was intrigued and … Continue reading »

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An American Castle

Hearst’s Castle on the Enchanted Hill America doesn’t have any real castles. By the time Europeans colonized the “New World,” the age of castles was over, too bad. So, the wealthy elite in America never got to play lords and ladies of the land. All except for some uber rich during America’s Gilded Age who … Continue reading »

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