Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Ending the Blog

Who does a blog any more?  I'm going to try to end this.  I'll leave things up for people to search.

A blog was great for my long diatribes, but I get no feedback.  I'll continue to leave little comments on g+ but I can't see any more huge things on the ice ages, or fault mechanics.  I hope they have inspired some people, but I'll never know.  I was always content writing for some distant future when they would understand me.  :)


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Poo,
Peter of the hummin lines near my-name-sake-borough.

Flip me an email, at least, to
weak_signals --- yahoo.ca

Anonymous said...

Dear wise Onatario-Geofish blogger,
Your posts have been very helpful to explain geophysics to me --as it is taught, practiced, and a part of as it should be.. If you ever post, I'd love to have your opinions on all that is geophysical from nuclearplanet.com including the theory that Earth is a remnant of a Jovian planet.
Again, thank you very much. I'll keep checking in with you here (and join g+ again)

Bobby Coggins said...

I've enjoyed reading your blog.

I've been blogging since 2005 and it gets hard sometimes and a break seems to help from time to time.

Anonymous said...

G+ is for me of no interest. So farewell to you. It is a pity.

CB said...

Bummer,

Yours was an awesome blog; and you got me to buy earthquake insurance too; stupid Hamilton fault...

Anonymous said...

Do mine his blog. It has tons of interesting stuff.
Peter Hummin'

Anonymous said...

Most very inspiring ! Heard farther than you know.

Harold Asmis said...

Thanks everyone. The blog is the best format to flog long concepts, such as basic physics, rock mechanics, etc. I really think I have emptied my brain on these things, and it's not like I'm learning anything. :) The g+ is good for making pithy short comments on general stupidity.