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Daily Archives: 8 November 2006
A spectacular image posted yesterday on the Cassini site. You can see the golden glow on the planet. This is sunlight reflected off the rings onto the cloud tops of Saturn. Notice the delicate inner rings silhouetted on the clouds. … Continue reading
Everybody seems so surprised that Missouri’s Amendment 2 had such a tough time squeaking through. One of the amendments backers praised the grass roots efforts of the opponents. That seemed gracious. My fellow KC bloggers are bitterly disappointed. And substantially … Continue reading
I had a church meeting last night just as the results started popping in. But I got home at a decent hour. My regular readers know I’m no raving Democrat. (You do know that, don’t you?) But I confess more … Continue reading