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Sunday, February 04, 2007
The Scientist Charles Richter was a Nudist
A biography of the famous seismologist was just published. One of the interesting facts about Charles Richter is he was a nudist.
The author points out that Richter's only real friendships were with other nudists.
We find that to be so true at our resort. We have guests from around the world that come here with their friends. These friendships are very strong. What is nice is nudists are happy, people and very accepting of others.
Also so many guests make new friends while here. We have guests travel to other states or to other countries to visit with their nudist friends. It is such a great life.
And at the same time if you just want to relax and de-stress, nudist resorts are perfect for that too.
You can be as social or private as you like here.
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Richter's brain wired, nimble
By Dennis Lythgoe
Deseret Morning News of Salt Lake City Utah
RICHTER'S SCALE: MEASURE OF AN EARTHQUAKE, MEASURE OF A MAN," by Susan Elizabeth Hough, Princeton University Press, 335 pages, $27.95
...Richter was also known to be a nudist — and nudists say that nudism is more about acceptance of oneself and oneness with nature than about sex or exhibitionism. Being a nudist for Richter also meant that he was a civil libertarian. It was with nudists — mostly highly educated iconoclasts — that he established his only real friendships.
During his life, Richter became so taken with the study of earthquakes that he had a seismometer installed in his living room — right by his grandfather clock.
He invented the Richter scale in 1932, when he was still a young man, and he used it to measure earthquakes in Southern California. Richter measured the various "levels of shaking" with his scale, making a profound scientific contribution.
Today the man remains as mysterious as the scale.
Kudos to the author for carrying out extensive research, then interpreting the results in a lively, interesting way.