Archive | December 28, 2019



The answer to this is simple, they aren’t a news organization.


The  Editor:   What are you up to these last days of 2019, LL ?

Cosmos Cat:  I’m getting in harmony with the universe.  I hope to rise above politics, but in the mean time here are some interesting things.  Boeing has replaced the CEO with the Chairman who is just as guilty of manslaughter as the guy leaving.

It would be comforting to see Brennan in prison, or at least spend his unreported bribes on attorney fees.

The Canadian media is also deceitful.

This is funny, Bloomberg the Billionaire running for President as a Democrat had prisoners making political calls for his campaign.  He wanted women to make the calls because they were paid less than the $ 27.09 per MONTH the men earned.

TE:  Did he want them to pull themselves up by their boot straps, CC ?

(Hooh aah) (hooh aah) Cat:  He told them to pull themselves up by their ball & chain.

Good Stuff


  Life is about making an impact, not making an income. –Kevin Kruse

 Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. –Napoleon Hill

 Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. –Albert Einstein

 Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.  –Robert Frost

 I attribute my success to this: I never gave or took any excuse. –Florence Nightingale


Astronomy Picture of the Day

A Distorted Sunrise Eclipse
Image Credit & Copyright: Elias Chasiotis

Explanation: Yes, but have you ever seen a sunrise like this? Here, after initial cloudiness, the Sun appeared to rise in two pieces and during partial eclipse, causing the photographer to describe it as the most stunning sunrise of his life. The dark circle near the top of the atmospherically-reddened Sun is the Moon — but so is the dark peak just below it. This is because along the way, the Earth’s atmosphere had an inversion layer of unusually warm air which acted like a gigantic lens and created a second image. For a normal sunrise or sunset, this rare phenomenon of atmospheric optics is known as the Etrucan vase effect. The featured picture was captured two mornings ago from Al Wakrah, Qatar. Some observers in a narrow band of Earth to the east were able to see a full annular solar eclipse — where the Moon appears completely surrounded by the background Sun in a ring of fire. The next solar eclipse, also an annular eclipse, will occur in 2020 June.

Tomorrow’s picture: Why Saturn’s rings disappear