Monthly Archives: June 2010

It’s Been a While

Well, it has been a while since I last posted. I have been in Polis since last weekend and a stable internet connection has been difficult to find. Anyway, quite a few members of PKAP have been here doing ground-penetrating radar, some GPS, … Continue reading

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Research Update

I have been appreciative of the support expressed over the PKAP Airship 1 mishap, and concerned over the amount of humor people seem to draw from our …..willingness to push the boundaries. That sounds good. Anyway, the PKAP airship will … Continue reading

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The Voyage of PKAP Airship 1

So……after the resounding success of our first flight with the PKAP Airship 1 (a helikite with a camera attached), we decided to fly it again today.Since our first attempt with it went so well, we immediately decided that since we … Continue reading

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PKAP Airship 1 Takes to the Skies

Sunday was a big day for the project. Our helikite, nicknamed the “PKAP Airship 1” (all PKAP things – people, gadgets, etc. eventually receive a nickname), made a successful maiden voyage. We took it out to Koutsopetria and set up … Continue reading

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Update

Things are going quite well at the museum, so other than trying to sort out some field issues, everything is ok. So, it seems a perfect time to update my potato chip tasting experiment. I have added a few new … Continue reading

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Museum Work and More Museum Work

Since we are still resolving our paperwork with the British base, we have not been able to do any work in the field yet. This means that we have been able to concentrate all of our resources on tasks at … Continue reading

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Important Side Project

One important side project that I am investigating this summer is trying to see how many different flavors of potato chips I can try. Actually this is a continuation of last year’s project, where I tried flavors such as paprika, … Continue reading

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