If you are wondering why these guys are looking so nervous, it’s not because I am sneaking up on then. Oh no! And yes, that is a white streak of shag shit right there on the wharf. What has got these fellas crapping themselves is that they just heard that Admiral Scott Swift, commander of […]Read more "ESPcat Dolphin Striker #Nuclear"
There’s a problem. You see that haul-out cradle with the sailboat on it? Well I have to somehow get borderline onto that cradle so I can haul her out and paint her bottom. I have been working from home lately since I had a little mishap and fell off Borderline. It could have happened to […]Read more "ESPcat #Cat’sCradle & a Bit of Electronics"
I’ve been spending a lot of time on Borderline and its got me thinking. There is something magic about floating in a solar powered boat, even if it isn’t actually running on solar power yet. Yes, I know, it’s still attached to the shore. Ok, yes it still sits in the mud most of the […]Read more "ESPcat #microtubules"
I was certain that God had made a mistake when she allowed that dreadful Lary Ellison win the America’s Cup and take it to Bermuda.* Well Blog Buddies, I was wrong again. God knew exactly what she was doing. She was simply taking the long view (which is what you do when you are God) […]Read more "ESPcat America’s Cup 2021"
What with Trump being President, we have come to expect regular doses of bullshit. Even so, I still get angry when someone lies to me. Suppose you were to go to the gas station to fill up your car. You pay for a full tank of gas but only get 1/3rd of a tank. Would […]Read more "ESPcat Battery Bullshit"
I’m completely shagged. As you can see, our shag friends have discovered the boat club. Their presence bodes well for the estuary. I am reasonably sure that these guys are pied shag. * Aside from dropping large quantities of shag shit, these guys are pretty cool. The shags won’t hang around if there are no […]Read more "ESPcat Shagged"
Quantum computers are hard to see. If you don’t believe me, take a look at this from IBM* When Captain James Cook, first sailed close to the coast of Australia, the people walking along the shore didn’t even look up as his ship sailed by. Cook’s Endeavour was so unlike anything that the Aborigines had […]Read more "ESPcat Quantum Computing"