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Astronomy
Jump to new posts Gene Cernan by Angie @ Today at 11:35 AM

Not exactly an astronomer but thought I would mention that Gene Cernan passed away today. He was known as the 'last man on the moon.'
Dreams
Jump to new posts Re: What did you dream about last night? by Angie @ Today at 11:31 AM

I dreamed that I was awake all night trying to resolve some genealogy questions.
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: Where are you and how is the weather? by Angie @ Today at 11:30 AM

Mona, it was about 42 here today but 82% humidity. Cold an damp.
Current Events
Jump to new posts serious plagiarism by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames @ Today at 10:05 AM

I'm so relieved. The author caught *multiple* times at serious plagiarism is stepping down. Plagiarism does matter immensely. For us authors, our only asset is our ownership over our words. http://money.cnn.com/2017/01/16/media/kfile-crowley-out/in
Pagan
Jump to new posts Working with ghosts by Ninjahedgewych @ Today at 07:57 AM

The latest article, touching on some of the different types of 'ghost' and how to work with them in some situations
Deafness
Jump to new posts Re: Humans' lowest hearing range by Ninjahedgewych @ Today at 07:55 AM

Interestingly that's one of the 'enhanced interrogation' techniques used by a number of secret services throughout the world.
Deafness
Jump to new posts Humans' lowest hearing range by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames @ Today at 05:01 AM

Humans' lowest hearing range is 20Hz. Muscles vibrate up to 20Hz. It means some lucky (?) people can hear their own muscles move! Would that drive you crazy?
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: European Southern Observatory (ESO) by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 04:57 AM

Amazing!
Marriage
Jump to new posts In Sickness and In Health by ChelleMarriage @ Today at 04:48 AM

This week's article is up, and we are looking at another portion of the vows: In Sickness and In Health This one is a hard one. When major illness or injury strikes, it is a big strain on the relationship, especially if it means one spouse is taki
Human Rights
Jump to new posts women in Bangladesh by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames @ Today at 03:39 AM

On Martin Luther King Day, reach out and help all those in need. These women in Bangladesh are often born into or sold into near-slavery. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-s...y-of-a-brothel/
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: Where are you and how is the weather? by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 03:18 AM

Yesterday it was changing, snowing off/on and windy. At night it was snowing and windy. When I went to bed it was snowing and windy. When I got up it was mostly cloudy, starting or ending to fog and windy.
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: What will you do today? by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 03:16 AM

21:00 is when I watched the last show.
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: What will you do today? by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 03:16 AM

Yesterday I went to bed at 3:36 and got up at 12:17. I washed my bedding, wrote some notes, watched Expedition Unknown at 18:00, wrote to Shaw (mom caught them showing a censored movie), watched The Young Pope and wrote more notes. It was a very bad
Dreams
Jump to new posts Re: What did you dream about last night? by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 03:13 AM

A dream just came back to me. I had what I thought was a tumor or something like that on my neck and one day I realised that it was a small soap that was stuck on my neck. I was absolutely shocked because I clean myself every single day plus sometim
Low Carb
Jump to new posts Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 03:11 AM

Yesterday I had Compliments fruit punch, Pepsi and Ginger Ale with four toasts made of fresh white bread (no crusts - butter), another piece of the cake (again taking out the white chocolate pieces), white rice with tomato juice, Cheetos, one slice a
Dreams
Jump to new posts Re: What did you dream about last night? by Nancy Roussy @ Today at 03:08 AM

I do not remember my dreams.
Birding
Jump to new posts Re: What is the first bird you saw today? by xmeecosmic @ Today at 12:16 AM

Virtually a trilogy tie between a canyon wren, a great kiskadee, and a violet-crowned hummingbird.
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: Where are you and how is the weather? by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 08:01 PM

Yesterday it was gloomy all day and intermittently rainy. Looks like it intends to be the same today. But at least it's not freezing or flooding.
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: European Southern Observatory (ESO) by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 07:57 PM

This mysterious giant bubble in space is located in the constellation Hydra. And it isn't really mysterious, it's a common astronomical object: a planetary nebula. Planetary nebulae are formed when dying sunlike stars slough off their outer layers.
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: 2017 - the year to look up at the sky! by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 07:37 PM

Steve Caridi reminds us of what's up this week: Quote:Venus and Mars are easy to spot in the southwestern sky as night falls. Venus is so bright that you can easily see it before the sky gets very dark - it will be the first "star" you see.
Prime Time TV
Jump to new posts Re: Stranger Things on Netflix by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 03:12 PM

Maybe one day these shows will be available for everyone. Things like Netflix is also awesome for shows you missed. I have yet to see the second season of Penny Dreadful (stupid me thought it was on HBO so i elected to wait for a marathon which only
Meditation
Jump to new posts Re: Lisa's Daily 10pm EST / 8pm MST Meditation by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames @ Yesterday at 03:08 PM

Evening meditation time. So grateful Bob is by my side to explore our world. This is his photo from Ross Abbey, Ireland. Serene. He was an enormous help all weekend long with all the writing and art projects. What are you grateful for tonight? #namas
Birding
Jump to new posts Re: What is the first bird you saw today? by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 03:05 PM

It has been very cold here the past few days but the Crows and Gulls are used to it so that cannot be it. There are even some Ducks that stays here all year long but I haven't seen one in a few weeks.
Prime Time TV
Jump to new posts Re: Stranger Things on Netflix by Maria - Prime Time TV @ Yesterday at 02:44 PM

You are actually in the minority. More and more people are cutting the cord and going to stream only options like Netflix and Hulu. I haven't seen any plans for Netflix's shows to broadcast over traditional channels. I do have to say that their origi
Birding
Jump to new posts Re: What is the first bird you saw today? by Angie @ Yesterday at 02:16 PM

Nancy, I wonder what that means? I haven't seen that many birds this week and I live in a wooded area that is usually teeming in wildlife.
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Astronomy
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Dreams
11:31 AM
Where are you and how is the weather?
by Angie
Inspiration
11:30 AM
serious plagiarism
by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames
Current Events
10:05 AM
Working with ghosts
by Ninjahedgewych
Pagan
07:57 AM
Humans' lowest hearing range
by Ninjahedgewych
Deafness
07:55 AM
European Southern Observatory (ESO)
by Nancy Roussy
Astronomy
04:57 AM
In Sickness and In Health
by ChelleMarriage
Marriage
04:48 AM
women in Bangladesh
by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames
Human Rights
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What will you do today?
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