All Quiet On The Blogging Front

I will be unable to spend time on my blog for the next several days. Even though it will be quiet around here, please feel free to leave your comments on any open post. Due to the vulgarity of past commenters, I cannot allow comments without moderation. Thus, your comments won’t appear until my time frees up again. Nevertheless, I will eventually find the time to moderate, approve, and reply, if appropriate.

4 thoughts on “All Quiet On The Blogging Front”

  1. Dr. Wile,

    I wonder if I might be so bold as to ask to e-mail you privately? I saw on many posts that you seemed to welcome private questions. I’ve been studying your material for over a year now and I very much love it! I’m studying independently. I’m actually 21 but I didn’t have a completely rounded education because I, and some of my family, (mom in particular) suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome. I wasn’t able to fully study through high school. So I am studying on my own now! And very much enjoying your material. I find myself with so many questions though, and wishing I had someone, a mentor, anyone! To ask. Would it be too much to e-mail you once in a while with a a few questions?

    Thank you very much,

    P.S. I am so grateful for this blog!

  2. An older blog post mentioned that you were working on some kind of publication for homeschoolers. Will this be a curriculum? Thanks!

    1. Jennifer, I am working on an elementary science curriculum. I am attempting to present science to elementary students in a historical framework. I start with the days of Genesis, discussing the science behind what was created each day. Then, I go to the ancient Greeks, discussing the science they came up with, pointing out what they got right and what they got wrong. I then plan to proceed throughout the rest of human history, explaining the science as it comes up. Unlike my other courses, this course is laid out in lessons, so you know exactly what to do each time you sit down to do science, and each lesson has an activity or experiment. The course won’t be available in the U.S. for a while yet.

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