Chris Wallace must have been on drugs to correct a Democrat Liar.
I hope DeSantis sues CBS and gives the money to charity.
Let the dems raise the Supreme Court members to 13. When the dems are defeated the R’s can raise the number to 17. America is already in the third world category.
I loves the dems.
Manfred works for the MSM and Chinese Government.
MLB is a joke, don’t watch or go to games.
Finis Editor: Is this the end we have been reporting forever, LL ?
Kaput Cat: It sure is, just so our loyal dem readers understand, the first report is from The CDC Director. She not only reports DOOM, but IMPENDING DOOM.
The New York Post even quotes a famous line from a poem.
Dr Fauci changes from Doomer to Undoomer.
A propaganda break.
FE: Are you worried about THE END or DOOM, KC ?
KC: A loyal reader Fluffy, has this opinion. Shucks no, I look forward to it. It can’t get here soon enough for me. Every day when I pray for Karma to visit the creatures in office, I add a PCPS, ( Post Cat Prayer Script ). They are like a PS on letters from ancient times, like when the pyramids were built.
I PCPS for something like this.
FE: Wouldn’t an intense Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) possibly knock out all electrical systems, sensors, computer chips, and satellites in orbit around the Earth, KC ?
That’s what I hope. No electricity anywhere, 90 percent of all humans would die in 60 days. After about 90 days only a few pockets of humans who know about self sufficiency will be alive–maybe 100 million world wide.
Kamala has disappeared.
“Snap out of it!” Moonstruck, 1987
“My mother thanks you. My father thanks you. My sister thanks you. And I thank you.” Yankee Doodle Dandy, 1942
“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.” Dirty Dancing, 1987
“I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!” The Wizard of Oz, 1939
“I’m king of the world!” Titanic, 1997
Confirmed Muon Wobble Remains Unexplained
Image Credit: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory; Photographer: Reidar Hahn
Explanation: How fast do elementary particles wobble? A surprising answer to this seemingly inconsequential question came out of Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, USA in 2001, and indicated that the Standard Model of Particle Physics, adopted widely in physics, is incomplete. Specifically, the muon, a particle with similarities to a heavy electron, has had its relatively large wobble under scrutiny in a series of experiments known as g-2 (gee-minus-two). The Brookhaven result galvanized other experimental groups around the world to confirm it, and pressured theorists to better understand it. Reporting in last week, the most sensitive muon wobble experiment yet, conducted at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) in Illinois and pictured here, agreed with the Brookhaven result. The unexpected wobble rate may indicate that an ever-present sea of virtual particles includes types not currently known. Alternatively, it may indicate that flaws exist in difficult theoretical prediction calculations. Future runs at Fermilab’s g-2 experiment will further increase precision and, possibly, the statistical difference between the universe we measure and the universe we understand.
Tomorrow’s picture: supernova shock wave