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Andrew Seymour
Works at Seymour Digital Consulting
Attended Curry College, Milton, MA
Lives in Downingtown, PA
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A Futurist, stuck at the boarding gate...
Introduction
A Father, Photographer and Computer Geek living in Chester County (PA).

Photo-Blog/Website - www.aseymour.com
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I'm studying to become a polymath...

I know enough to know, I don't know all I want to know...

A Futurist, stuck at the boarding gate...

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I have a wonderful wife and two great kids!
Education
  • Curry College, Milton, MA
    Physics, 86 - 89
    Minor in Math
  • St. Andrew's School, Middletown, DE
    79 - 82
    From grades 10-12 (IV-VI Forms)
  • Rectory School, Pomfret, CT
    76 - 79
    From grades 7-9
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Son, Dad, Father, Husband, You, Them, 99%, Other
Work
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Digital Consultant
Skills
Learning new ones every day!
Employment
  • Seymour Digital Consulting
    Digital Consultant, present
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Currently
Downingtown, PA
Previously
Randolph, MA - New Canaan, CT - Middletown, DE - Pomfret, CT - Ithaca, NY - Malvern, PA - Exton, PA

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"Begin with a "primordial cloud of hydrogen and helium, suffused in a sea of ultraviolet radiation," Bromm said. "You crunch this cloud in the gravitational field of a dark-matter halo. Normally, the cloud would be able to cool, and fragment to form stars. However, the ultraviolet photons keep the gas hot, thus suppressing any star formation. These are the desired, near-miraculous conditions: collapse without fragmentation! As the gas gets more and more compact, eventually you have the conditions for a massive black hole."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-07-kind-black-hole-theory-firmly.html#jCp
Astronomers Aaron Smith and Volker Bromm of The University of Texas at Austin, working with Avi Loeb of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, have discovered evidence for an unusual kind of black hole born extremely early in the universe. They showed that a recently discovered unusual source of intense radiation is likely powered by a "direct-collapse black hole," a type of object predicted by theorists more than a decade ago.
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Do I really need to say more...
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Well, a little more. For example, why cite that percentage?
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Democrats discussing whether Wasserman Schultz should step down before the party’s national convention.
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If you're a Fallout Geek, this is VERY FUNNY!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA76-cixf-s
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Dealing with the language is extra tough when your kids are all about the gaming.
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If you are into model RC airplanes, this might be of interest to you.

#RCAirplane   #RCPlanes   #ChesterCounty   #VisitPA  
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The Remote Controlled Airplanes exhibition was a new addition this year balloon festival, and proved to be a big draw for everyone there. The rc planes were paraded through the excited crowd. Only to be followed by this bi-winged beauty! Here are some…
Images of remote controlled airplanes taken during the 10th Anniversary Chester County Balloon Festival at New Garden Airport in Toughkenamon PA.
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Just perfect!
 
NRA Political Weathervane on Capitol Hill
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Please people, if you have more brain cells then an ameba, you can not vote for Trump!

The GLOBAL consequence would be dire!

Oh crap...

I used too many polysyllables... #LostAudience
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One of my latest restoration projects...
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I met with my client earlier today, as I delivered one of my latest restoration projects. This was an image taken on May 4, 1932, of the Second Platoon, 40th District Police station in Philadelphia. Originally, I was presented with a rolled up image that…
A before and after look of a restoration of the 1932 Philadelphia Police Department, District 40, Second Platoon.
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Nice to have a good pizza place right up the street!
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Very quick and very efficient! I would and will use them again!!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It's hard to say, we "Loved It", only because we have used their services twice, for Euthanasia. The AAH folks were as helpful and kind as ones could be, during a difficult time. Thank you.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of those places that I have been driving by for years, and finally stopped in. I was with my kids, and I was very lucky not to have bought one of everything! What was nice were all the samples throughout the store. I'm lucky, they are only about 30 mins away, about halfway between my parents and home! Will be returning! - Andrew
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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A hidden gem in Downingtown, that I never knew existed, till a birthday party. Renovated Pepperidge Farm grain silos, allowing 38' climbs on multiple belay and (2) auto-belay systems. There is a small table area, one floor up, over looking the entire area, sort of like an eagles nest... My son wants to return, with his sister! We'll be back! - Andrew
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of those places that I have been driving by for years, and finally stopped in. I was with my kids, and this was there first time in a "real" butcher shop. There are some cuts of meat, that they normally do not see, such as fresh cow tongue. So there was the ewww/sick/cool factor... There is beef, beef, pork and more beef... Meat! VERY FRESH! Since I was with my kids, we stayed out of the big candy section... The scrapple was what caught my eye, because I LOVE scrapple! There is also a deli, that I need to try, and thankfully, they are only about 30 mins away, about halfway between my parents and home! - Andrew
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had been driving past this place almost every day, and thought it would be a fun place to stop, and it was! We spent over an hour digging around the shop, and the family got several items! What really got me, was about a week later, I got a letter in the mail, and it was a get a hand written note with an apology for forgetting to give me my receipt when we were there! If you get a chance, take a few moments to stop in!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago