Archive | October 6, 2018

THE SPHINX—-HIDE THIS

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https://www.redstate.com/brandon_morse/2018/10/01/kanye-west-dangerous-cultural-figure-america-democrats/

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The Editor:  Is this about hide-and-seek, LL ?

Stealth Cat:  No, it’s about a court/process in Massachusetts that is secret-not even run by Judges.  Maybe Pocahontas could check on it.  She is very opposed to secret government actions.

https://apps.bostonglobe.com/spotlight/secret-courts/

Dianne Feinstein should work there.  It wouldn’t be secret for a week, if it helped her debased agenda.  Even Dianne’s Communist spy driver was eventually revealed.  Let’s investigate that.

https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/09/29/watch-trump-imitates-feinsteins-stuttering-denial-of-leaking-kavanaugh-accusers-letter/

This cookie shop couldn’t hide their secret.

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2018/09/28/South-Korean-cookie-shop-sold-Costco-desserts-as-store-made/5141538117343/?sl=11

The Chinese Communist want to find our hidden submarines.

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/2166413/will-chinas-new-laser-satellite-become-death-star-submarines

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Aurora: The Frog’s View
Image Credit & Copyright: Mia Stalnacke

Explanation: What does an aurora look like to a frog? “Awesome!” is the likely answer, suggested by this imaginative snapshot taken on October 3rd from Kiruna, Sweden. Frequented by apparitions of the northern lights, Kiruna is located in Lapland north of the Arctic Circle, and often under the auroral oval surrounding planet Earth’s geomagnetic north pole. To create a tantalizing view from a frog’s perspective the photographer turned on the flashlight on her phone and placed it on the ground facing down, resting her camera’s lens on top. The “diamonds” in the foreground are icy pebbles right in front of the lens, lit up by the flashlight. Reflecting the shimmering northern lights, the “lake” is a frozen puddle on the ground. Of course, in the distance is the Bengt Hultqvist Observatory.

Tomorrow’s picture: Interactive: The Scale of the Universe