Archive for May, 2008
ok, the guy finally made with his grainy alien video. Not exactly pants wetting footage but he does have an interesting story. I don’t know if it’s real but it’s certainly entertaining for a few minutes.
Imagine there’s a flavor
crying out to you
It’s one of your favorites
but you must try the new
Imagine that new flavor
is tasty but it’s bland
no highs or lows
but your loyal to your brand
You may say I’m a creamer
trying to spoil your fun
But stick with your favorite
Whirled Peace is not the one
No firm date other than “end of june” but we’re keeping our eyes open.
I have an audio clip from Dr. Michio Kaku on his April 8th KPFA radio show talking about the Large Hadron Collider.
According to Dr. Kaku, “mini-blackholes” was a terrible name for what could be conjured. He said it would be sub-atomic particles that wouldn’t have enough power to light a bulb. He says no fears of the world ending.
Space Shuttle Discovery scheduled for liftoff on May 31 at 5:02 p.m. EDT.
William Henry is a master at putting the pieces of our puzzling existence together.
In this article he snaps together Elijah, Mayan 2012 calendar, and the collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.
Stargate, God Particle, black holes, there’s a whole lot the real smart monkeys are playing with. It’s of comfort to have William’s wise and warm (humorous too!) voice along on this hella big bang of a ride.
William writes: “I visited CERN looking to read the signs and the symbols of the scientists who are poised to either turn earth into a light echo as it slips into a black hole in a silent scream or to open a stargate to a new universe.
At first glance, one could be on the campus of an university in America.
Then there’s the statue of Shiva stamping out ignorance.”
William and Shiva, the Lord of the Dance, or Lord of the Ring, at CERN
Sunday 5-25, 7:12pm PDT
The Phoenix Lander is performing beautifully. Crystal clear pictures coming back now.
Gore Vidal: Literary feuds, his ‘vicious’ mother and rumours of a secret love child – Features, Books – The Independent
Our beloved Gore.
The Phoenix Lander will be touching down on Mars.
Discovery Science and NASA TV will be broadcasting live.
NASA TV coverage, Entry, descent and landing begins at 4:46 p.m. PDT on May 25.
NASA – Phoenix Lander
Discovery Channel Science begins at 4pm PDT and is broadcasting from JPL in Pasadena, CA.