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Fun With Half Life Blueshift

Kind of a lackluster end to Half Life Blueshift. No celebration. No booze. No hookers.

Sometimes gamers blaze through a game without looking at the details. 30 more words


Let's Slow This Thing Down A Little Bit...

The universe that is. According to a Peter A. Milne of the University of Arizona, the standard for measuring universe acceleration, the type 1A supernova, is not quite as standard as they initially thought. 458 more words

                    ”PROGRESSIVE TRACKS” Radio Show #97

                   9:00 PM (Pacific) Monday, February 23, 2015

   Live Streaming: KPTZ.ORG (Live Stream) or KPTZ iPhone App

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A simple explanation. The red shift is proportional to the distance of a star or galaxy and can be used to measure distance between celestial objects. 582 more words

Common Sense

A Shifted Vision

For those who’ve visited previously, you’ll notice I’ve changed the look of my blog. I loved it, but customising the theme was costing me money that could go towards other things… like a short story collection that’ll be released next month! 11 more words

Self Publishing Blog

Enjoy the brass jazz sounds of Rex Richardson

RICHMOND, Va – Rex Richardson, acclaimed international Jazz Trumpeter and VCU School of the Arts educator, along with composer and conductor Doug Richards, are celebrating the release of Rex’s two new albums, “Bugles Over Zagreb” and “Blue Shift.” Rex, accompanied by a few other renowned musicians, treated us to two jazz performances of “It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing” and “Blues for David Henry.” The album release celebration is Wednesday, October 22nd at 8pm at The Broadberry, located at 2729 West Broad Street. 43 more words

Virginia This Morning