Think, Know, Prove–What Have You Got?

Think, Know, Prove is a regular Saturday feature, where a topic with both mystery and importance is posted for community discussion. The title is a shortened version of the Investigative Mantra: What do we think, what do we know, what can we prove? and everything from wild speculation to resource referencing fact is welcome here.

I couldn’t think of a topic this week, and since one thing I know for sure is that you all know a lot, think a lot, and sometimes, even prove one or both of those statements to be true, I decided to just leave it wide open.

So, what do you think? What do you know? What can you prove?

What Up?

Headed into the last weekend of the semester, and I know a bunch of you “organized” people are out there (freaks is what I call you), out there sitting pretty–grading done, forms filled out, already on vacation, as it were.

So, I have to live vicariously though you while I sit inside in a dark basement reading papers until my eyeballs are about to fall out of my…wait a minute. That’s not what I’m doing. I’ll be chasing the mighty (and dangerous) spring gobbler around the ravines and woodsides of New Diggins, Wisconsin this weekend. Holy cow! I have to pack…

And what are you doing this fine weekend in May?