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This week Pawl turns to Doctor Seuss for advice on how to survive a 'hang-up.' Can be applied to fau... More >>

 

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The two-way speed of light has been proven to isotropic in all inertial frames, the same in all dire... More >>

 

This week, Pawl puts on his economist hat to question the root cause of Toyota's declining sales More >>

 

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This example shows a few pages from the calculations for a building subject to Blast using the ASCE ... More >>

 

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This week, Pawl describes the pains involved in selling to China... More >>

 

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This week, on a rare positive note, Pawl takes a look at what makes auto design engineers tick. More >>

 

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This week, Pawl kaizenizes his grandpa's pick-up truck. More >>

 

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Most management academics will adamantly defend outsourcing - a company that can source activities e... More >>

 

I believe these geometric solids are NEW - not previously disclosed in any popular mathematics text.... More >>

 

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