Never pass up a chance to sit down or relieve yourself. -old Apache saying

Sunday, November 13, 2016


Certainly a lot more reliable than the bible.

Closest moon since 1948. Look this evening 
or early Monday from the Americas. West 
of International Date Line? Watch Monday 

Supermoon's pull of gravity creates higher-
than-usual tides. But gravity doesn't affect 
a human body as much as an ocean tide.
Can't get enough of supermoons? Here's
more, including how the name 'supermoon'
Achernar - also known as Alpha Eridani - 
is the 9th brightest star in Earth's sky and 
the flattest star known.

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