Daily Archives: 12 May 2006


A nice study in space forms: ring system, airless small moon, small planet sized body. Just color Titan (the large moon) orange and you’ll have it. Note the clumps in the thin outermost ring. Epimetheus (72 miles long) has a … Continue reading

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Chant: Simplex is Better

One of last year’s frequent St Blog’s sparring partners attempted to form a chant schola last Fall. I had wondered how that experiment had fared. I once had a parishioner (a graduate student in voice) who wanted to do the … Continue reading

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