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What If the Sun's Magnetic Field Flipped And Nobody Noticed?

More specifically, the sun’s magnetic field went topsy-turvy sometime in November or December of 2013, according to this USA Today post.  That sounds bad, doesn’t it?   466 more words

John Holst


Pretty night around Bistritz Ville with Satellites, Lights Out and Robin and the Backstabbers+the same lack of enthusiasm from people around here. Oh well.


Vagabonds Burning

two vagabonds
in the midst of a cosmic journey
found themselves
crouched down by a pickup truck
in the parking lot of a corporate chain hotel… 102 more words


As China stalks satellites, U.S. and Japan prepare to defend them

“In May 2013 the Chinese government conducted what it called a science space mission from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China. Half a world away, Brian Weeden, a former U.S. 137 more words

A Dove's-eye view: tiny Planet Labs satellites send back images of Brazil, Egypt and China

High above us in Earth’s orbit, Planet Labs‘ growing constellation of 43 mini “Dove” satellites are busy snapping images of our always-changing planet. The startup released the first pictures from its newest 11 satellites today, and they reveal everything from shifting agricultural practices to the comings and goings of boats in the Suez Canal. 262 more words


The SpaceXFalcon 9

I was excited to read Todd Strandberg’s Nearing Midnight Commentary yesterday, because he expressed something that I have been saying for a while now, that being an expectation that the only reason so many seemingly”unsustainable” conditions continue to “hold” is that likely the Rapture itself is going to be the catalyst that sets them all in motion. 657 more words

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