David Chandler, Collected Writings
The collection of writings that follows may be of interest to
The individual writings, which span a 30 year period, are in a variety of formats: essays, articles, chapel talks, letters to the editor, Op Ed pieces, a "blog" and several web sites. Each piece stands on its own, written for a specific occasion with no thought of building toward a larger work. Their loose coherence as a body of work emerges only in retrospect.
I have changed along the way. I grew up in a loving, apolitical, nominally Republican, religiously conservative, Protestant home. I am now politically progressive, religiously a liberal Quaker, and an activist for peace and social justice. The changes came about incrementally, not through rebellion. The writings are not about this changing worldview, but they echo it.
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From My College and Seminary Days
Webb School Chapel Talks
Working with Refugees
Politics and Conscience
The Quaker Perspective
9/11 TruthStarting about 2006 I started to grow skeptical of the official story of what happened on 9/11. A number of other scientists and engineers were publishing their critiques and their own analysis (notably Steven Jones, looking at evidence for the use of thermite and nanothermite in the buildings and a comprehensive website by Jim Hoffman highlighting evidence that actual demolition would be needed to bring the buildings down). I realized I had the capability to make my own measurements from the videos using video frame tracking software. As a result I worked several years with Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth and am currently the coordinator of Scientists for 9/11 Truth.
Articles about Physics and Mathematics Teaching
Other Collections of Writings
Some of the Web Sites I Author or Maintain