A Gigasecond at Wooster

A second ago, I finished this blog entry. A kilosecond ago, I wrote it. A megasecond ago, I isolated myself against the 2020 pandemic. A gigasecond ago, I began my career at The College of Wooster, which I celebrate today, 31.7 years later.

Logarithmic timeline centered on my first gigasecond at Wooster

Logarithmic timeline centered on my first gigasecond at Wooster

About John F. Lindner

John F. Lindner was born in Sleepy Hollow New York and educated at the University of Vermont and Caltech. He is a professor of physics and astronomy at The College of Wooster. He has enjoyed multiple yearlong sabbaticals at Georgia Tech, University of Portland, University of Hawai'i, and North Carolina State University. His research interests include nonlinear dynamics, celestial mechanics, and variable stars.
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2 Responses to A Gigasecond at Wooster

  1. Very pleased to have shared this last gigasecond at Wooster with you, John!

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