// Story time Schwartz: If I had 10 rocks and I gave you 10 rocks, and someone asked me how many rocks I had... Schwartz: I would say "that's a dumb question"!
// Analysis 1 video, Schwartz story time Schwartz: There was "Ung, one rock". And from that, there was "Ung, one rock." Schwartz: There was "one rock" and "one rock". Schwartz: Until some day, some ancestor, in time immemorial, in antiquity, said Schwartz: "Ung, one rock, Ung, one rock, UNG, TWO ROCK!" Schwartz: And mathematics was born.
Lodal: Guys, would you like notes on metamorphic rocks? Lodal: ... Ha! Just kidding. It's not an option. You get them anyway. //Lodal hands out papers
// Pd 1 ESS discussing rocks Lodal: Alright, so the fine-grained felsic rock, and I don't think any of you know what this is. I'll give you a hint, it starts with an R- The entire class simultaneously: ROCK
Lodal: This is stupid! You don't put molten rock in a bucket. Nobody does that. That's how you lose your hand.
//teaching about rock observations Lodal: Number one ... are you ready for this one? Yeah? Well, let me go look it up, because I forgot what it was.
Stein: Any rock could do that. Well, any reasonably smart rock could do that. Most rocks could do that.