Tag Archives: Cosmos

“A Level of Connectivity”

Those of you who’ve been visiting for a while likely remember my passion for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey and its predecessor from 1980. Lately, I’ve had a hankering to watch the episodes again. Not sure if it’s the cooler weather, … Continue reading

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Space Guru Sagan

I’ve mentioned Carl Sagan here and there, especially with the release of the new Cosmos. A while back, I added this quote to the closing of my email signature, and the words continue to take on new and deeper meaning … Continue reading

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Required Watching

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, let me once again mention the new Cosmos, Neil deGrasse Tyson and an amazing opportunity for free, entertaining education. Three episodes have now aired, and are available to you, without commercials, … Continue reading

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Lakes of Ice Beneath Blankets of Stars

Just a note to say we had a great weekend full of ice and stars. On Saturday we got together with my sister and her husband, who live relatively close to the shoreline of Lake Michigan. If you’re not from … Continue reading

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Beneath the Ice of Europa

Gonna cheat and link you to a cool little article about aliens. Well, not really. It’s about the theory that possibly existent conditions could be favorable for the sustaining of potential life. So, aliens. The point I took away, as … Continue reading

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