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Old Sep 19, 2009, 9:37 PM   #1
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I really, really like #2. The banding of clouds looks like the cloud tops on Jupiter. (the great red spot is at lower left)

Do you know the species of this heron? I guess they all fly the same way, with head tucked.
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I really, really like #2. The banding of clouds looks like the cloud tops on Jupiter. (the great red spot is at lower left)

Do you know the species of this heron? I guess they all fly the same way, with head tucked.
The Barbarian,

About 19-12 years of age we tend to be utterly curious about the Universe and we also have that special ability of seeing systems, and, for that matter, creating systems

Then we loose in clarity, obscured by emotional awakenings. Too bad. Too bad. Had everone stopped in "growing", much would have been won. And the Earth would have had much fewer (0) inhabitants

Earth wouldn't have been so scandalously robbed of it's resources. Greed wouldn't have ruled the planet

Had a paperback on the Solar System. Read it many times. Now Pluto is no longer concidered as a planet. Close up pictures of the planets is really an achievement

Our Sun, a worthy object of worshipping

Thank you very much

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Old Sep 20, 2009, 4:10 PM   #7
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Here our Heron has just passed the point of no return. No use in going back. And he has to fulfill his obligations
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About 19-12 years of age we tend to be utterly curious about the Universe and we also have that special ability of seeing systems, and, for that matter, creating systems
Those of us who never grow up, become scientists. My wife, when asked about her children, says she has six. I'm the first.
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Those of us who never grow up, become scientists. My wife, when asked about her children, says she has six. I'm the first.
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Having six children (including yourself) to take care of, and at the same time being a scientist, means you made it through the "awakenings" without compromising your intellect

I have three sons myself, walking in my tracks. I joke with them and say that I am the sharpest and most good looking of us all. My ex wife wouldn't agree on that at all

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