Archive | October 4, 2017

THE SPHINX—-HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH ??????

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https://www.treehugger.com/natural-sciences/11-things-know-about-years-special-harvest-moon.html

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The Editor:   Is this about money, LL ?

Kind of Cat:  Maybe.  In this cat’s opinion the Presidents since Clinton have sold out America.  They come into office as poor as church-mice, and before you can say ” where is my nonprofit library going to be located “, they have more property than the Catholic Church.  Obama is the most recent real estate mogul.  I still believe these jokers are getting paid back for favors done or prosecutions not made while they were President.   They have no appreciable skills that a pimp doesn’t  have.

http://www.dailywire.com/news/11024/obama-purchases-california-mansion-go-along-his-chase-stephens

http://pagesix.com/2017/10/02/obamas-eyeing-upper-east-side-apartment/

One day I hope the average citizens wake up to these imposters posing as something they aren’t.

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/photo/view/moth-mimics-spider/63058

It’s just greed, they still miss ole Air Force One.  No groping, pat downs, lines, waits, or feel-ups.  There are no saints there.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Soul Nebula in Infrared from Herschel
Image Credit & License: ESA, Herschel Space Obs., NASA, JPL-Caltech

Explanation: Stars are forming in the Soul of the Queen of Aethopia. More specifically, a large star forming region called the Soul Nebula can be found in the direction of the constellation Cassiopeia, who Greek mythology credits as the vain wife of a King who long ago ruled lands surrounding the upper Nile river. The Soul Nebula houses several open clusters of stars, a large radio source known as W5, and huge evacuated bubbles formed by the winds of young massive stars. Located about 6,500 light years away, the Soul Nebula spans about 100 light years and is usually imaged next to its celestial neighbor the Heart Nebula (IC 1805). The featured image, impressively detailed, was taken last month in several bands of infrared light by the orbiting Herschel Space Observatory.

Tomorrow’s picture: plutonian penitentes