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Gender MALE
Industry Museums or Libraries
Occupation Technology Coordinator
Location Galion, OH, United States
Introduction I'm a socially and economically conservative, progressive and liberally educated, dedicated fundamentalist Christian (Anabaptist/Pietist), and a computer geek (with Unix-oriented tendencies). My current medium-term project, which I've been working on since late 2003, is a six-year set of freely redistributable Vacation Bible School curricula. I have also perpetrated a NetHack variant. Sorry about that.
Interests languages, English, Japanese, Greek, Hebrew, Perl, web development, Biblical studies, operating systems, Bible Quizzing, and various academic subjects.
Favorite Movies Harvey, Bridge on the River Kwai, Schindler's List
Favorite Music Art of Fugue
Favorite Books Hebrews, Daniel, Romans, Ecclesiastes

You have a red jar of cedar chips. Why do moths miss the forest?

Red light has a longer wavelength, so the moths fly right past the forest and end up in the peanut butter zone. If you had a blue jar of cedar chips, the moths would fall short of the forest and crash-land into the petting zoo. Only with a yellow or green jar of cedar chips can you get your moths into the forest, conquer the gingerbread mansion, and rescue the grizzly bear.