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Still continuing more minor updates, image edits

I'm continuing the work of updating images and other minor edits throughout the whole blog. Next up is "Reflections on the upcoming solar eclipse" Edit: I've gotten to A presentation on Bayesian hierarchical modeling. I need to make a decision about how to show slide decks - I'm currently leaning towards storing them as pdfs […]

Still continuing minor updates, image edits

I'm continuing the work of updating images and other minor edits throughout the whole blog. Next up is "Isn't the universe too big to have humans as its purpose?" Edit: next up is now "How to make a fractal: version 2.2"

Continuing minor updates, image edits

I'm continuing the work of updating images and other minor edits throughout the whole blog, some from the migration and others from more recent posts like A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica.

Finished the Antarctica trip post, back to migration housekeeping

I finished A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica, and am getting re-started on tidying things up from the WordPress migration.

A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica (edit 5)

I'm continuing to work on A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica. I should be done this week, along with maybe some larger-scale design changes to the blog.

A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica (edit 4)

I'm continuing to work on A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica. Working on figuring out some basic video editing.

A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica (edit 3)

I'm continuing to work on A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica. It's turning out to be a lot of media work.

A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica (edit 2)

I'm continuing to work on A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica, in a draft form (so it doesn't show up on the page itself).

A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica (edit 1)

I'm continuing to work on A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica.

A record of the total solar eclipse on 2021-12-04, in Antarctica

Unfortunately, the best pictures I have of totality are poorly lit and out of focus, and of course we couldn't see the eclipse itself. This isn't what I wanted. It's not what I would have chosen. But it was still beautiful and magical in its own way, in its darkness and flaws. I've always held that reality, compared to any alternate possibility, has a goodness all its own - simply because it's real.
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