One of the important 'life-skills', known as 'problem-solving', has had great impact on me during my lifetime. And while I've experienced just about every kind of problem-solving situation imaginable, the ones that are most enjoyable to me personally are those associated with novel math, science and logic problems. Earlier this year while browsing Facebook posts, several novel math/numbers type problems caught my attention. For me, solving such problems is a 'fun' experience and judging by the surprisingly positive response to these posts, there are many of you out there in cyber-space who also find enjoyment in this type of problem-solving. While working with these entertaining problems, it occurred to me that I have in my files a number of similar ones that I accumulated over the years. In addition to math/numbers problems, my collection includes uniquely novel and sometimes 'tricky' logic, science and even playing card problems all of which I thoroughly enjoyed solving. So, the thought occurred to me -- why not share the fun solving these neat problems with others via an e-book memoir specifically about problem-solving.
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About the Author
I am a retired Nondestructive Testing Engineer/Manager living for the past twenty-three years with my wife Judy in Sarasota, Florida. At one point in my life, as a junior in college, I considered entering the field of meteorology. When that didn't materialize, I made a personal vow to become an amateur meteorologist and monitor the weather when I retired. I did that, but did so several years before my retirement in 2000. My unique lifetime weather experiences together with a very satisfactory seventeen years of volunteering as a Weather Spotter and weather monitoring led me to write 'Whether To, Or Weather - Not To'.