Monthly Archives: December 2011

Relativity in Action

Something I found on space.com, and I had to share. A Cosmic Horseshoe Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASAWednesday, December 28, 2011: A fortuitous alignment of celestial mechanics has given the Hubble Space Telescope an amazing view of some distant galaxies. Here, … Continue reading

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I’m Still Alive …

(… but the cake is a lie.) I had originally thought I would be a lot busier blogging this week, what with all of the free time I’ve accumulated by not having to work until the 3rd. The problem, of … Continue reading

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Happy Solstice Everyone!!

It only gets better from here.  The days get longer, the nights get … well, less oppressively long, and the sun stops setting around 3 PM.  OK, not really, but you get the idea.  I don’t think I have seasonal … Continue reading

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That’s Kind of Dreary …

So the last few weeks have been a little busy on the personal front. First, I had to run off to the east coast for a business trip. That took about a week. Then, seeing how I was already most … Continue reading

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RIP Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Hitchens dies at 62 after suffering cancer I didn’t agree much with his politics, but his voice in support of atheism and critical thinking will be sorely missed.

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Oh, Kentucky …

I got this link a few days ago, but I’m lazy and had my actual day job to attend to … Pike Church Takes Stand Against Interracial Couples A small Pike County church has voted not to accept interracial couples … Continue reading

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