Archive | August 11, 2018

THE SPHINX—MILESTONES

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Here is some good news.  I hope the guy lives to collect it.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/us-jury-finds-monsanto-guilty-roundup-trial-224845050.html

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The Editor:  What are your milestones, LL ?

Speedy Cat:  The Mustang car is celebrating ten ( 10 )  million cars, what a trip.  Their first one was made in the ” olden days ”  when chrome was thick and women were thin.  That’s an old quote that is preserved in our archive.

http://www.france24.com/en/20180808-ford-celebrates-10-millionth-mustang-while-banking-cars-draw

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1db3g

Mickey Mouse, is old.

https://www.idahostatesman.com/entertainment/article216236655.html

Here is a Mickey Mouse voting precinct.

https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/08/07/voter-fraud-670-ballots-cast-georgia-precinct-276-voters/

Trump needs to move the West Virginia legislature to D.C.  They are cleaning out a rat’s nest.

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2018/08/08/West-Virginia-lawmakers-vote-to-impeach-entire-state-Supreme-Court/6561533746386/?sl=5

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Moon, Mars, and Milky Way
Image Credit & Copyright: Taha Ghouchkanlu (TWAN)

Explanation: Just two weeks ago, dark skies over the desert in northern Iran held this alluring celestial vista. The dramatic digital mosaic finds the Moon and Mars alongside the Milky Way’s dusty rifts, stars, and nebulae. Captured through a series of exposures to cover a range in brightness, that night’s otherwise Full Moon is immersed in Earth’s shadow. It actually appears fainter and redder than the Red Planet itself during the widely watched total lunar eclipse. For cosmic tourists, the skyscape also includes the Lagoon (M8) and Trifid (M20) nebulae and planet Saturn shining against the Milky Way’s pale starlight. The Moon isn’t quite done with its shadow play, though. Today, the New Moon partially eclipses the Sun for much of northern planet Earth.

Tomorrow’s picture: galaxy and green flash