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Juicy Chunks O' Wisdom For Sunday, October 19th

‘Cause the Chiefs and the Kings both won today and I’m all relaxed and sports-ed out, that’s why.


The Anglo-Australian Telescope turns 40

On 16th October 1974, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales formally opened the 3.9m Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT, Siding Spring Observatory, NSW, Australia) for scientific operations. 207 more words


The Potato Scouts of Doom

Mormons are wild about scouting. Our prophet has won every award scouting can offer, every male member of the church is shunted into scouting the moment he turns twelve, and it is not uncommon in Utah to read in your local paper about thirteen thirteen-year-olds getting their Eagle the same weekend. 1,250 more words

Solar Eclipse | 23 Oct | Partial Near Sunset

Late in the day on Thursday October 23rd, the Moon will pass in front of the Sun and obstruct part of it. This partial eclipse will occur at sunset on the east coast. 104 more words