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Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Fri Jan 27, 2017 10:56 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-01-27 11:07:55 browser is acting strange... again

Time... proceeds even when personal actions don't. Lots of transition, not enough answers. What IS balance and symmetry when one is inundated with havoc and chaos?

STILL waiting on worker's comp... since 2015.. hell, since 2013. Worse mentally, physically... what challenges to persevere ...

Again, we reach for humor, good naturedness, good music, attempts to keeping "sane."


*. previous logs and materials: www.dance.net . . .

**. Pre-Previous entries, ideas, etc.: www.dance.net . . .

Going, going going.... oh my...



Spazzed out thing one: Loss of a brilliant drummer -- What ta HELL! :( :C www.msn.com . . .
"The Allman Brothers Band co-founder Butch Trucks' death on Tuesday was a suicide, according to police records.

The Miami Herald reported the news, citing records showing the 69-year-old drummer shot himself in the head with a pistol inside his condo in West Palm Beach. The event reportedly played out while Trucks' wife of 25 years, painter Melinda Trucks, stood nearby. There is no foul play suspected.

The police records included a transcript of Melinda Trucks' call to police around 6 p.m. local time that was described as "hysterical," as she struggled to speak in complete sentences.

Although Butch Trucks was reportedly breathing when police arrived, he passed away soon after. Currently the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner's Office is performing an autopsy, the results of which won't be known for weeks. "


"Fly Down the Giant Antarctic Crack That's Forced Scientists to Leave " www.msn.com . . .
Day After Tomorrow,anyone?

"Nearly Two-Mile Long Crack Found In Arizona Desert "
www.msn.com . . . New Grand Canyon?

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re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:22 AM
idea about back/hips/thigh instability: Feldenkrais Method? Research: anoone.org
or here? www.google.com . . .
www.easydoesitmovements.com . . .

www.google.com . . .
feldenkraisinstitute.com . . .

houstonfeldenkrais.com . . .
okay. seems as if it's already incorporated in today's pt.

take a look at these? www.thefeldenkraiscenter.com . . .
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Sat Jan 28, 2017 09:35 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-01-28 09:45:45 tweak a couple things...
Bad night. Trying to engage Dad as he's now home. sciatica didn't respond to ice pack, VERY tight and painful. feeling rather spaced out. Can't really focus.

In the meantime....

hmmm... research Scandinavian composers -- BESIDES Grieg and Sibelius.

Also, Research Mississippi John Hurt -- Heard on 'HRB "Blues Hangover."

:( Actor John Hurt dies. :( www.msn.com . . . LOVED him Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull. Also, in 1984.

:) www.msn.com . . . will have to take some flowers up the Hill :)

Awwww neat! www.msn.com . . . Maybe they really DID find King Solomon's Mines -- but with or without Wyle?

Soooo coool! Image hotlink - 'http://skystudios.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Chaco_Canyon__Twilight.jpg'

Minot's Light. Makes my knees buckle each time I think of the endless seas pounding it: Image hotlink - 'http://capecodtoday.com/sites/default/files/media/Mimot%20Light.jpg'

S'got WINGS! Image hotlink - 'http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large-5/minot-light-angel-wings-michael-snow.jpg'
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Sat Jan 28, 2017 12:53 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-01-28 13:34:14 some more fun... and then.. some beauty
Oh, wow, it ALL comes back!

Peter Schikele dba PDQ Bach! Now, If I could just find that Definitive Biography!

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Image hotlink - 'https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3d/1712_Overture_and_Other_Musical_Assaults.jpg'



Great Youtube vids:
1.Itzhak Perlman and Peter Schickele, Part 2 www.youtube.com . . .
Itzhak Perlman and Peter Schickele mix it up in a hilarious duet at a Boston Pops Concert with John Williams conducting. Part 1 is mostly the setup, with Peter Schickele expounding on the life of P.D.Q. Bach, "the 21st of Johann Sebastian Bach's 20 children."
Part 2 is the real gem however that shows off Perlman's violin brilliance and perhaps a heretofore unexpected comedic genius.

2. 1712 Overture www.youtube.com . . .

3. Schleptet: Peter Schickele www.youtube.com . . .

4. P.D.Q. Bach Echo Sonata for Two Unfriendly Groups of Instruments www.youtube.com . . .

5. Iphigenia in Brooklyn by P. D. Q. Bach (Peter Schickele) - performed by Ensemble Monterey www.youtube.com . . .

Image hotlink - 'http://plaza.ufl.edu/nclee/yellowstone/theend.JPG'

Okay. That should make some good giggles!
Oh yeah: www.youtube.com . . .

So I can remember where it is.

THIS one! Victor Borge and Marilyn Mulvey - Hands off! - "Caro Nome" - Rigoletto www.youtube.com . . .


While we're finding wonderful tidbits:
Hilarious! Soprano has her song 'translated' www.youtube.com . . .

Brilliant Comic Soprano - watch what happens in Verse 2! www.youtube.com . . .

Soprano's Surprise (Watch what happens at 0"50!) www.youtube.com . . .









hmmm...haven't seen this....!!
www.youtube.com . . .
1973 of Le Nozze di

Thomas Allen sings "I've got a little list" from "The Mikado" - Last Night of the Proms 2004 www.youtube.com . . .

www.youtube.com . . .
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:21 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-01-30 12:30:56 pasted images didn't load properly.
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-01-30 12:33:03 trying once more before I stab this thing....!
something positive: www.msn.com . . .



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Stars framed by a large rock in Canyonlands National Park.


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Stars above Bowman Lake in Glacier National Park.


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The night sky at Arches National Park


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Bryce Canyon is a small national park in southwestern Utah famous for its worldly unique geology. Ice and rain have eroded and shaped the colorful limestone rock into bizarre shapes, including slot canyons, windows, fins, and spires called 'hoodoos.


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Sunset in Holbrook


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North Rim Sunset, Angel Trail, Grand Canyon


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Carefree [AZ] Sunset


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Full Moon Rise over Gunsight Butte [Utah]


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After Storms at Terlingua Texas Aug 16, 16
could be AZ!

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Tidal Marsh in Florida Gulf Coast/Santa Rosa Sound


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Boynton Beach Florida -- Unexplained Phenomenon


from here: weather.com . . .

Still in a hurt locker, but these pictures have helped.
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:11 AM
the local on games:

main msn hub: zone.msn.com . . .

for the bubble poppers: zone.msn.com . . .

Zuma! zone.msn.com . . .

bouncing balls: zone.msn.com . . .

Eggz: zone.msn.com . . .

Eggz Blast: zone.msn.com . . .

Hexic: zone.msn.com . . .
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Thu Feb 02, 2017 01:32 PM
magnetic North shift:
www.google.com . . .:


A. www.ngdc.noaa.gov . . .

?? B. modernsurvivalblog.com . . .

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Goin' for it- Image hotlink - 'http://www.catgifpage.com/gifs/295.gif'

rockabye - Image hotlink - 'http://www.catgifpage.com/gifs/259.gif'

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MORE PDQ:
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not PDQ but funny Image hotlink - 'http://i2.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/807/392/234.gif'

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What a FACE! Image hotlink - 'http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/807/889/06f.jpg'

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re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Fri Feb 03, 2017 03:50 PM
Bad, painful day. Unable to do half the things that need to be done. Dad still really shaky, swallowing is still bad... I can HEAR food going into his lungs. Mom overwhelmed. Back and sciatic nerve are all hot and inflamed. That "twenty minutes on" with the ice pack ain't nearly enough.

Good things -- even though Dad's dimentia is pronounced, he's gone to tackle piano tuning... a thing that he can do, that he's done lots in the past.

Too, I had some good discuss time with Mom -- tried to get some movement improv (gentle) going, :( no dice.

so many things to do..

reaching for the happiness... trying to think less pain, more sleep...

Mystic Minx: Image hotlink - 'https://media3.giphy.com/media/QIJ4Dip3DTo8o/200.gif#16'


self explanatory: Image hotlink - 'https://media.giphy.com/media/Huu38MSLf35mw/giphy.gif'


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Arrrrgh! Zofran, PULEASE! Image hotlink - 'https://media.giphy.com/media/12IFpmFBJVvUyI/giphy.gif'


goes with the one in the previous post: Image hotlink - 'https://media.tenor.co/images/a4260f7d47bc8eec75179b2993ca6ce5/raw'




Very encouraging: www.msn.com . . .'bionic-paws'-help-cat-that-lost-hind-legs-walk-again/ar-AAmt78p?ocid=mailsignout



MSN games: match 4 Elements: zone.msn.com . . .

Amazonia: zone.msn.com . . .

Azkend -- connecting matching fun: zone.msn.com . . .

Call of Atlantis -- kinda fun: zone.msn.com . . .
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Sun Feb 05, 2017 11:45 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-02-05 12:08:54 more links
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:44 PM
:( :C Dad to ER. swollen, purple feet. Nurse said they were 4+ edema. came down to big arguments. Dad, cold, chills, shaky and mumbling in sleep all night. CHF worse. Swelling in belly as well.
Hopefully ER can regulate. Also, leg wound from that Rehab -- :/
Praying that treatment can be as stressful to all of us as possible.

4+ edema www.google.com . . .

Purple, swollen feet: www.google.com . . .

Dad really shaky, couldn't stand on his own, had problems turning to sit in EMT's porta-chair.

Nurse's ideas, pedialyte with thickener, juices with thickener. Maybe magic cup, (Hormel) but carbs look a bit too high.

also, temp temp thermometer.


Hopefully he'll only be in there for the day, no admission.


LOTS of room for improvement, PULEASE!

Concerned, worried.

resource THIS slide show on vasc. disorders: www.slideshare.net . . .

ischemia? www.google.com . . .



the positive - Patriots won Super bowl. :/
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:03 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-05 23:10:15 notebook starting to overheat... tried to get more images in.
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-05 23:58:51 added more...trivia from "the last of sheila."
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-06 00:39:19 wow! some more pictures...
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-06 00:49:06 wow! they've PRESERVED it!
watched wild movie with Nanc -- the "Last of Sheila" -- 1973.
Great whodunnit

James Mason -- looks like Uncle Ericb
great filming locations -- French Riveira.

www.google.com . . .;*

filming locations: www.imdb.com . . .
www.google.com . . .=!3m1!1e3!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x94dc4d15a5fbe815!4b1!8m2!3d43.5065223!4d7.0474914

www.abbayedelerins.com . . .

Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes, France www.google.com . . .

Studios de la Victorine - 16 avenue Edoard Grinda, Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France
(studio)

Ile Saint-Honorat, Alpes-Maritime, France
Image hotlink - 'https://static.panoramio.com.storage.googleapis.com/photos/large/59534153.jpg' Le Château à Saint Honorat

Image hotlink - 'http://www.abbayedelerins.com/site/images/alle-accueil.jpg'

The South, France

last of sheila .pdf: www.google.com . . .;*

wiki: en.wikipedia.org . . .

last... sheila at TCM en.wikipedia.org . . .

imdb www.imdb.com . . .
www.imdb.com . . .
Many of the actors are playing other famous people in Hollywood. For example, James Mason character is based on an Orson Welles persona. Richard Benjamin is playing Anthony Perkins (I). Raquel Welch was told by Anthony Perkins and Stephen Sondheim that she was playing Ann-Margret - when, in fact, she was actually playing herself.

One night after filming, Richard Benjamin says James Mason invited him out for drinks. It wasn't until about twenty minutes into their conversation that Benjamin realized Mason was basically rehearsing their final conversation through improvisation.

In the sequence at the monastery, one of the characters states that the setting looks like one from a Hammer movie. Actress Yvonne Romain, who briefly appears as the titular character Sheila, starred in horror movies produced by Hammer, like "Curse of the Werewolf" (1961) and "Captain Clegg" (1962)

Shooting the monastery sequence just off Cannes proved to be troublesome for Raquel Welch. Gale force winds and rain disrupted the night shoot, and Welch was reluctant to leave her Venice hotel for fear of getting stuck in the storm. "This glamorous picture in the wonderful sunny Cote d'Azur has turned out to be a bit of a splodge," Welch told a journalist. "This is not my idea of an enjoyable evening, but they're paying you the money. I just go ahead and do it and don't complain."




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French Riveira.. WOW
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www.mfa.org . . .
"This picture belongs to a group Monet painted on the French Riviera in April 1884. We stand on the eastern side of the cape, looking across the bay towards the Maritime Alps. Monet was drawn back to the Mediterranean coast, which he had visited with Renoir the previous December, for the intensity of its light. To suggest the sky�s airy expanse, he left much of the upper portion in reserve, indicating the contours of cloud and mountain with a few sketchy strokes."


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this looks like it!

this could be it, too! Image hotlink - 'https://imagesus-ssl.homeaway.com/mda01/5dd7f4df-4121-478e-8887-6cfb0d3fa905.1.6'

www.cotedazur-sothebysrealty.de . . .

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www.flickr.com . . .

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did I get this already? Image hotlink - 'http://www.france-voyage.com/visuals/communes/menton-23174-5_w1000.jpg'

www.google.com . . .;*



re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Mon Mar 06, 2017 05:53 AM
finally being able to post tornado, ef-1 pics of twister that went through Goshen, Conway, Mass.. a FIRST for a Mass Tornado in February!

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"Boston
Sunny Start; Cold Front, Rain Approaching
nbcboston
Story by nbcboston
February 27, 2017 7:22 AM
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Upvote this story!

What a weekend! We had all-time, record-breaking warmth in Boston on Friday, an EF-1 tornado touchdown in Goshen and Conway, Massachusetts on Saturday, a four-mile ice jam on the Pemigewasset River ne...." ... " Boston
Fast Forward to Spring February 27, 2017 10:24 PM

After an astounding series of days (weatherwise), we're on guard for more record-breaking heat by the midweek.First thing's first. A tornado in Conway, Mass. this weekend? Yep. After hitting records ...


;( :C www.westernmassnews.com . . .
"CONWAY, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -

Tree crews and residents are still cleaning up in Conway from Saturday’s tornado, but they were up against the clock as more storms rolled through the area today.

The town is learning more about Saturday's tornado that didn't kill or injure anyone, but it carved through the town leaving debris behind.

Homeowners in Pumpkin Hollow have battened down the hatches after Saturday's tornado, which according to new information this morning, touched down not just once, but three times in the town of Conway.

Western Mass News exclusively got a look at the map from the Franklin Regional Council of Governments, showing the storm’s path from Goshen to Ashfield and then through Conway.

The storm continued on Route 116, but Baker said that the main thing that caught his eye was the damage indicated north of the tornado’s path.

Baker is the Fire Chief in town and said the tornado was quick, but thanks for the hard work of his department and residents, they were able to react quickly.

And using reports from those in town and with the map, crews have been working on clearing the remaining debris and will tackle any additional damage that could be created from tonight’s storm."

Larry's family lost their house :(
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Mike's property had barn damage

Image hotlink - 'https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C5dKy8HXQAUyZwI.jpg' the set up.

for Lane: www.westernmassnews.com . . .

For Shirley..www.westernmassnews.com . . .

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re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Fri Mar 17, 2017 01:53 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-17 02:16:12 relevant urlsfor future research
looking out at that "cool whip" kind of snow we got hit with. Hard to believe that one just about needs a pickaxe to get through it.

saw this, and thought it was neat:
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NOVA
Big Bang Machine
www.wgbh.org . . .
www.pbs.org . . .
On July 4, 2012, scientists at the giant atom smashing facility at CERN announced the discovery of a subatomic particle that seems like a tantalizingly close match to the elusive Higgs Boson, thought to be responsible for giving all the stuff in the universe its mass. Since it was first proposed nearly fifty years ago, the Higgs has been the holy grail of particle physicists: if they can find it, it will validate the "standard model" that underlies all of modern physics. CERN's scientists are still scrutinizing the results from July to see how well they fit the Higgs prediction. If the data conceals surprises, they could upend much of what we thought we knew about the particles and forces that make up our universe.

Julia Robinson and Hilbert's Tenth Problem

Narrated by actress Danica McKellar (The Wonder Years), JULIA ROBINSON AND HILBERT'S TENTH PROBLEM presents the inspiring life story of the pioneering American mathematician Julia Robinson (1919-1985) and charts her major contribution to solving one of the 20th century's most vexing mathematical questions - Hilbert's Tenth. The documentary is pieced together by a wide array of archival footage, stills and recordings, recollections from other mathematicians - including the three others responsible for solving H10 - and warm reminiscences by her sister/biographer, Constance Reid.


abcnews.go.com . . .

www.google.com . . .

www.stormsurfing.com . . .
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Sat Mar 18, 2017 06:46 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-18 19:05:08 found a few more and needed to add them
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-18 19:06:52 found a few more and needed to add them
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-18 19:08:56 one. more. time. and I'm out...
getting more on THIS: NOVA Big Bang Machine
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On July 4, 2012, scientists at the giant atom smashing facility at CERN announced the discovery of a subatomic particle that seems like a tantalizingly close match to the elusive Higgs Boson, thought to be responsible for giving all the stuff in the universe its mass. Since it was first proposed nearly fifty years ago, the Higgs has been the holy grail of particle physicists: if they can find it, it will validate the "standard model" that underlies all of modern physics. CERN's scientists are still scrutinizing the results from July to see how well they fit the Higgs prediction. If the data conceals surprises, they could upend much of what we thought we knew about the particles and forces that make up our universe.

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The Higgs field is an energy field that is thought to exist everywhere in the universe. The field is accompanied by a fundamental particle called the Higgs boson, which the field uses to continuously interact with other particles.
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re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Mon Mar 27, 2017 07:54 AM
Oh, wow! Oh wow! Found a great treasure on Youtube, Robert Shaw preparing a concert of "choral pros" at Carnegie Hall getting ready to do Miss Solemnis '' unreal! www.youtube.com . . .
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Image hotlink - 'http://cozyguide.com/uploads/gardenum.com/galleries/kwanzan-cherry-trees-11.jpg' MMMMM. :)
re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Fri Mar 31, 2017 02:13 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-03-31 02:16:43 stupid operator error, oh my.
Remember April Fool's snowstorm when parents were trapped in Florida, and I snowblew -- after Al freed up the governor on the old Ariens. Oh, what memories of having a working spine!

But, THIS time.... :) www.msn.com . . .
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"It might be streaming by on April Fools' Day, but this comet is no holiday prank.

On Saturday, the inelegantly named comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kres�¡k will make its closest flyby of Earth since its discovery in 1858.

There's no need to worry about it hitting Earth: The comet will zoom past at a safe distance of around 13.2 million miles, about 50 times the moon�s distance, EarthSky.org reports.

While the comet will be closest Saturday, you can get a peek in the days before and after. "Amateur astronomers with small telescopes are already watching, and more people will see the comet in the coming days," EarthSky.org said.

41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kres�¡k will be in the far northern sky, meaning stargazers in the Northern Hemisphere can see it for much of the night. At 9 p.m. ET Saturday, for example, it should be near the handle of the Big Dipper, which is part of the Ursa Major constellation.

Clouds may obscure the sight for much of the Northeast, the central Plains and Pacific Northwest on Saturday night, but much of the rest of the country should be clear, the National Weather Service predicts.

The comet is not particularly large � less than a mile in diameter � and can't be seen with the naked eye, reports Science Alert. "Usually it appears in the night sky as a diffuse blob of light," the site said. "Good binoculars or small telescopes will be needed to pick it out, as well as a dark, clear, moonless night."

Fortunately, the thin crescent moon won't hinder skywatchers as it will sink in the western sky after sunset Saturday, NASA said.

If you can't see the comet, you might want to travel over to astronomy website Slooh.com, which will be tracking the comet live via its telescopes in the Canary Islands.

Comets are named for their discoverers. This one carries all three names of the astronomers who separately found it in 1858, 1907 and 1951, EarthSky said. In 1951, with its third "discovery," astronomers finally realized the three comets of 1858, 1907 and 1951 were all the same.

This comet "belongs to a group of comets know as 'Jupiter comets'," according to Slooh.com. "These are comets that have been captured by the gravity of Jupiter, forcing them in an orbit that takes them between the sun and the gas giant," Slooh.com said.

41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kres�¡k swings by the Earth every 5 and a half years.

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"Comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kres�¡k â�� first detected in 1858 â�� will be making the closest flyby of Earth since its discovery on April 1, 2017. Itâ��ll zoom past at a very safe distance of around 13.2 million miles (21.2 million km), or some 50 times the moonâ��s distance. Amateur astronomers with small telescopes are already watching, and more people will see the comet in the coming days, especially since Slooh plans to turn its telescopes in the Canary Islands the cometâ��s way. Sloohâ��s presentation will Friday, March 31, beginning at 8:30 p.m. EDT (thatâ��s April 1 at 00:30 UTC; translate to your time zone).

Space.com said:

The comet�s perihelion point, which is that part of its orbit taking it closest to the sun, lies just outside Earth�s orbit. This year, the perihelion passage occurs April 12, when the comet will be 97.1 million miles (156.3 million km) from the sun.

But because the orbit of the comet nearly parallels the orbit of Earth at this point, there will be a six-day period â�� from March 29 through April 3 â�� when Tuttle-Giacobini- Kres�¡k will be very near to its closest point to Earth.

The comet is in the far-northern sky. That�s not good news for Southern Hemisphere stargazers, but Northern Hemisphere stargazers with small telescopes can now see the comet in dark skies for much of the night. That�ll be the case from now until mid-April. The comet is passing in front of the stars of the constellations Ursa Major the Greater Bear (home of the famous Big Dipper asterism) and Draco the Dragon."
{{Lucius would be proud ;) }}
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"View larger. | Location of Comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kres�¡k in the northern night sky on April 1, 2017 at 9 p.m. local time as seen from mid-northern latitudes. The comet is not visible to the unaided eye, but can be spotted with a small telescope or strong binoculars. Chart via Starry Night/ Joe Rao @ Space.com

One orbit of this comet around the sun takes about 5.5 years. But of course early skywatchers with telescopes â�� who were the first to observe this comet â�� didnâ��t know that. Astronomer Horace Tuttle of Harvard College Observatory was the first to observe this comet on May 3, 1858. Professor M. Giacobini at the Nice Observatory in France was the second on June 1, 1907. But it wasnâ��t until Lâ��ubor Kres�¡k, a Slovak astronomer, picked up the comet while scanning with his giant 25 x 100 binoculars on April 24, 1951 that astronomers began to realize that the comets of 1858, 1907 and 1951 were all the same comet. Comets are named for their discoverers so this one carries all three names: Tuttle-Giacobini-Kres�¡k.

Read the full story of this comet�s history from Joe Rao at Space.com

Truth be told, it�s likely to be an unspectacular comet, but interesting if you�ve never seen one. And, of course, it�ll be exciting to those amateur astronomers who stand outside on these chill spring nights � search for it � and manage to pick it up.

However you manage to see it, enjoy it!

View the comet online via Slooh Friday, March 31, beginning at 8:30 p.m. EDT (that�s April 1 at 00:30 UTC; translate to your time zone).'
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"Avid comet photographer Chris Schur uploaded this image on March 24, 2017 and wrote: �Seldom does a bright comet pass right through the bowl of the Big Dipper in Ursa Major. After a close pass to the Owl nebula a few days before, the comet went on through and continues to inspire with its huge teal colored coma and sharp central condensation.� Bright comet? Yes, to an experienced comet observer like Chris. He estimated the comet�s magnitude � or visual brightness � at about 9. That�s much too faint to see with the eye alone.

Bottom line: You need a telescope to see Comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacombini-Kres�¡k, which comes closer to Earth on April 1, 2017 than it has since its discovery. Or view online, via Slooh."

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wow! Sir Thomas Allen along with other greats singing Carmina Burana! www.google.com . . .;*
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eh -- guess I'm just gonna leave it as is....
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re: Feeling the warmth Following the wind S-turns to the next thermal
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member Comments: 8820, member since Sun Sep 12, 2004
On Wed Apr 12, 2017 06:30 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2017-04-12 18:44:50 magnesiums -- ups downs and sideways!
Easter egg? Easter egg?! WHAT Easter Egg... **bonk** Ohhhhhh!
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looking back... SeaQuest DSV -- are they redoing it?
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as I'd just finished the novel.
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" When guest star William Shatner appears on a viewscreen, the ID code at the bottom reads "JTK NCC1701". This stands for "James T. Kirk", Shatner's character on Star Trek (1966) and the registry number of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Kirk's ship.

The image of Captain Bridger's wife, Carol, is played by Brenda Siemer Scheider, who is Roy Scheider's real-life wife.

Roy Scheider disliked the direction of the show in the second season, gearing it towards more heavy science-fiction elements and requested to be released from his contract. NBC partially obliged, requiring him to appear in only three third season episodes.

The external CGI shots of the submarine were created and edited on Commodore Amiga computers with Lightwave 3D and Video Toaster softwares.

During the first season, in the background of some scenes were recreations of actual marine biology experiments.

At first, the show was intended to be a realistic portrayal of the near future. When the show suffered low ratings, however, it was allowed to go in a more fantasy-oriented direction that included stories about aliens, lost civilizations, and even the Roman god Neptune.

Don Franklin, Jonathan Brandis and Ted Raimi are the only cast members to have stayed with the show for its whole run.

During the third season, several episodes were shown out of order. As a consequence, the character of Lt. Brody dies in one episode and then reappears in a later one. Similarly during the first season the episode in which Admiral Noyce is appointed UEO Secretary General aired after two episodes were broadcast with him already in this position.

The wetsuits used by the crew of the Seaquest were manufactured by a scuba diving equipment company named Seaquest, though the show was not named after the company.

Peter DeLuise guest-starred in the first season episode "Whale Songs" before he joined the cast in the second season to play Dagwood.

In season 1 episode 18, the helicopter that does the machine gun attack before Milos Tezlof appears, appears to be Airwolf.

Jonathan Brandis (Lucas Wolenczak) is the only actor to appear in all 57 episodes of the series. In second place are Don Franklin (Commander Jonathan Ford) and Ted Raimi (Lt. Timothy O'Neill) who appeared in every episode except for "And Everything Nice".

During the original broadcast of the first season, during the end credits, Bob Ballard of the Woods Hole Institute would appear and speak about an aspect of current undersea research, usually related to the content of that episode. Ballard was also the technical advisor for the show and the discoverer of the wrecks of Titanic, Bismarck and Yorktown and someone who really has been in the ocean's depths.

In the pilot the character Lucas Wolenczak played by Jonathan Brandis wears a Florida Marlins shirt with words World Champions 2010. This is a tribute to Roy Scheider who starred in the classic sequel to 2001 A Space Odyssey.

Roy Schneider passed away 5 years after co-star Jonathan Brandis. "


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Capt. Nathan Bridger: She seems very committed.
Ford: She ought to be committed.

O'Neill: The more I read, the more questions I have. Everytime I pass a library I get an anxiety attack.

O'Neill: I'm Catholic, Captain, I believe in anything that makes me nervous.



Lucas: Captain, this is a Level One UEO sealed file. Opening it would be illegal.
Capt. Nathan Bridger: Why do you think I came to you?
Lucas: Good point.

Brody: Well, great is not just sheer physical excellence; great includes spiritual and intellectual excellence.

Ford: Tell me, is there anything you can't do?
Brody: Yeah, I'm having one heck of a time learning the bagpipes.
Ford: Bet you look good in the skirt.


O'Neill: He was also the god of earthquakes - he'd stick his trident in the ground and shake it.
Ford: Oh, that's very scientific. Let's hope he doesn't flush the toilet.

Capt. Nathan Bridger: Beneath the surface lies the future. "

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ADDITION: Magnesium oxide vs. magnesium stearate
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magnesium citrate - constipation
magnesium citrate
magnesium glycinate — considered ideal for correcting deficiency; has calming effect.
Women up to 50 years of age should take 310 mg a day.Feb 27, 2015
**research this a LOT more!

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