Snark Infested Waters

Bob Edwards


The science of white holes

Posted on August 2, 2017

Scientists have long known about black holes, those deep-space phenomena whose gravitational attraction is so powerful that not even... Continue

Must be something in the water

Posted on July 21, 2017

The increasing number of self-inflicted decisions by public officials are causing the local scientists down at Steiners to suspect... Continue

Remembering Cecil

Posted on July 8, 2017
Remembering Cecil

Around this time in 2015, Dr. Walter Palmer, DDS, of Bloomington MN, killed Cecil the Lion with the intention of adding Cecil’s... Continue

Sustainable growth

Posted on June 14, 2017

Talk about an embarrassment of riches. We read in the paper that many employers hereabouts have more jobs than they can fill. Businesses... Continue

Just ask your doctor

Posted on May 5, 2017

Hospitals in Mogadishu aren’t great and in Syria they are routinely bombed, but in America even low-education voters understand that... Continue

A proclamation to keep Sonoma Sonoma

Posted on March 9, 2017
A proclamation to keep Sonoma Sonoma

We note that City Council is entertaining whether to declare Sonoma a Sanctuary City, or some such thing. The idea is to demonstrate... Continue

Post-electile dysfunction

Posted on February 11, 2017

Those reading this survived 2016, ready for the challenges of another New Year. After the last one, however, billions worldwide who’ve... Continue

Feeling the elephant

Posted on January 25, 2017
Feeling the elephant

One can’t live in or around the town of Sonoma for long without encountering one or two memorable if not always endearing characters... Continue

Another hand-crafted, artisanal commentary

Posted on December 16, 2016

Suddenly it seems everything is artisanal these days. Artisanal beer, biscuits, T-shirts, restaurants . . . the list of products and... Continue

Measure E is not enough

Posted on October 15, 2016

A glance at the school district’s report of its 2016 performance on statewide testing reveals the sad shape of our schools. But if... Continue