My first paper using multifractal mathematical techniques.

Here is a sample paper showing some of my work in analyzing heavy-tailed distributions, with iterated function systems, and a chaos game representation. In mathematics, the term chaos game originally referred to a method of creating a fractal, using a polygon and an initial point selected at random inside it. I have published several papers […]

There is a strong connection between space weather and fluctuations in technological systems. Some studies also suggest a statistical connection between space weather and subsequent fluctuations in the physiology of living creatures. This connection, however, has remained controversial and difficult to demonstrate. Here we present support for a response of human physiology to forcing from […]

We explore bursty multiscale energy dissipation from earthquakes flanked by latitudes 29° S and 35.5° S, and longitudes 69.501° W and 73.944° W (in the Chilean central zone). Our work compares the predictions of a theory of nonequilibrium phase transitions with nonstandard statistical signatures of earthquake complex scaling behaviors. For temporal scales less than 84 hours, time development of […]

Before a feast one takes care to prepare. This may entail discovering the appropriate dress, the menu, the venue, the time, and so on. One may spend time looking through the guest list and thinking on conversation. How much more might one prepare for the Lord’s Supper, a sacrament instituted by the Lord for his […]

  The Obama EPA’s infamous “Endangerment Finding” declared that carbon dioxide and methane from hydrocarbons cause global warming and climate change that pose imminent dangers to the health and wellbeing of every American. In this insightful article, Dennis Avery explains why this finding is based on bad science and should not be the basis for […]

A nice discussion found here:

LVIII. Ques. What is required in the fourth commandment? Ans. The fourth commandment requireth the keeping holy to God such set times as he hath appointed in his Word, expressly one whole day in seven, to be a holy Sabbath to himself. Q. 1. What is the difference between the worship required in this fourth […]

The following quote gives some historical background to the loss of psalm singing amongst the Dutch Reformed.   The king’s arbitrary actions roused very little public dissent. Most clergy were happy to get paid regularly again and their parishioners welcomed the restoration of the national church, even if it was subject to closer government control. […]

Translated, Edited and Annotated and © by J.A. Wanliss & W.L. Bredenhof … We know from experience that singing has great strength and power to move and to set on fire the hearts of men in order that they may call upon God and praise Him with a more vehement and more ardent zeal. It […]