Archive | December 9, 2019

This is a Public Service Announcement

E =mc2

If you were to strip naked and run around in a circle at the speed of 186,282 miles/sec (the speed of light), it would theoretically be possible for you to screw yourself.


However, since you are not physically capable of achieving that speed at your age, you can also accomplish the same result by voting Democrat in the next election.


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This is from Reuters, a biased news service.


The Editor:  Is this about, Bond, James Bond, LL ?

Shook Cat:  No.  If Trump says that with a Republican majority he would stop robo-phone calls and lower prescription drug prices he would get millions of new votes.

Here is how government works, and why you should fear the US Government more than China.  You screw up an unnecessary program so bad that you want a new agency to be created to manage the mess.

NASA is trying to find the thermostat on the sun to turn it down two ( 2 ) degrees.

Here is a similar corrupt operation like Joe Biden and his son performed in Ukraine with Burisma.

They are sons and daughters of Satan.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Looking Sideways from the Parker Solar Probe
Video Credit: NASA, JHUAPL, Naval Research Lab, Parker Solar Probe

Explanation: Everybody sees the Sun. Nobody’s been there. Starting in 2018 though, NASA launched the robotic Parker Solar Probe (PSP) to investigate regions near to the Sun for the first time. The PSP‘s looping orbit brings it yet closer to the Sun each time around — every few months. The featured time-lapse video shows the view looking sideways from behind PSP‘s Sun shield during its first approach to the Sun a year ago — to about half the orbit of Mercury. The PSP‘s Wide Field Imager for Solar Probe (WISPR) cameras took the images over nine days, but they are digitally compressed here into about 14 seconds. The waving solar corona is visible on the far left, with stars, planets, and even the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy streaming by in the background as the PSP orbits the Sun. PSP has found the solar neighborhood to be surprisingly complex and to include switchbacks — times when the Sun’s magnetic field briefly reverses itself. The Sun is not only Earth’s dominant energy source, its variable solar wind compresses Earth’s atmosphere, triggers auroras, affects power grids, and can even damage orbiting communication satellites.

Tomorrow’s picture: satellite swarm