Archive | September 2, 2018


The  Editor:  Who is that much fun, LL ?

Fun, Fun, Fun Cat:  The Progressive/DemocRATS/Communist are a funny group.  They need to get lives and keep politics in the background.  They should take their stolen salaries and shut up.

TE:  What about the monkeys, FFFC ?

I almost forgot, here are the monkey worshipers and their tales.

As it turns out the only phrase used more in Congress is ” let’s skip this meeting, my pool boy/girl is coming over today “.

AT&T doesn’t monkey around with laying off Americans.

This might be good news.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

A Powerful Solar Flare
Video Credit: SOHO Consortium, LASCO, ESA, NASA

Explanation: It was one of the most powerful solar flares in recorded history. Occurring in 2003 and seen across the electromagnetic spectrum, the Sun briefly became over 100 times brighter in X-rays than normal. The day after this tremendous X 17 solar flare — and subsequent Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) — energetic particles emitted from the explosions struck the Earth, creating auroras and affecting satellites. The spacecraft that took these frames — SOHO — was put in a turtle-like safe mode to avoid further damage from this and subsequent solar particle storms. The featured time-lapse movie condenses into 10 seconds events that occurred over 4 hours. The CME, visible around the central sun-shade, appears about three-quarters of the way through the video, while frames toward the very end are progressively noisier as protons from the explosions strike SOHO’s LASCO detector. One this day in 1859, the effects of an even more powerful solar storm caused telegraphs on Earth to spark in what is known as the Carrington Event. Powerful solar storms such as these may create beautiful aurora-filled skies, but they also pose a real danger as they can damage satellites and even power grids across the Earth.

Tomorrow’s picture: saturnian aurora