Remember that day when Puppeteer Obama dropped the strings to his Puppet Joe Biden three times?
Musk might be in your car.
Thy rod and staff.
The Climate Editor: Do you know what causes the weather, LL ?
The Planet Cat: The sun, a little human mismanagement, the Earth’s orbit, and wind. They all have some influence, like a recipe for a Vodka Gimlet.
Wind is my topic today.
Use these to see how your politician will vote after the election.
Too many countries jumped on the now, now, now do away with fossil fuels, use wind, use solar, and buy from Russia train.
The American West is in big trouble.
There are too many song choices.
This should get the Republicans to the polls.
The local politician didn’t realize that you have to be a national politician to kill enemies.
Bowser can let them pitch tents in BLM park. They can also paint more BLM graffiti on the streets.
Two for one.
Maybe the Georgians have come to their senses.
My pesos are on the new member who doesn’t know what a woman is.
If a Republican HOR doesn’t impeach Joe and investigate Hunter they should resign.
The law sux.
Fentanyl kills over 100,000 a year, but our borders are still open. The feds don’t care.
We see this every day, and the politicians say, ” these people need to serve their complete previous sentence “. It won’t end until the families of crime victims organize and support the politicians who will protect them. Another great cover-up is anything the feds say about protecting national security.
Explanation: How does your favorite planet spin? Does it spin rapidly around a nearly vertical axis, or horizontally, or backwards? The featured video animates NASA images of all eight planets in our Solar System to show them spinning side-by-side for an easy comparison. In the time-lapse video, a day on Earth — one Earth rotation — takes just a few seconds. Jupiter rotates the fastest, while Venus spins not only the slowest (can you see it?), but backwards. The inner rocky planets, across the top, most certainly underwent dramatic spin-altering collisions during the early days of the Solar System. The reasons why planets spin and tilt as they do remains a topic of research with much insight gained from modern computer modeling and the recent discovery and analysis of hundreds of exoplanets: planets orbiting other stars.
Tomorrow’s picture: stars and sprites