Only One Perfect Triangle. In the center of one comes the fourth. Outward the mouth of immortality. By right, so the story may end, never again, once more…
Happiest of Days the Universe birthed a Legend. Many returns, ❤
Bastards decided to attack the same foot as yesterday and include the leg to the knee. Water seems to just piss them off and fuel the rage and intensity of attack. Cannot decide which tribe these bite and never let go attitude arrives from at this point of vantage. I truly now, as of today, hate fire-ants. It is war. On a fun note, Elliot the Cat has stored her kittens in the engine of the Colorado. And they are feral four and fearless. Wonder how many trips the tiny things have traveled, under the hood, through the wood. Not sure how I feel about all this in respect to adaptive therapy. On a personal note, thank-you to the individual throwing marbles in neighbors yard. Stunning! Sharing is caring, Blue Panda.
Fuck Fire Ants. The sting is wicked. But much worse, the tail of the Scorpio Scorned.
They don’t die when you piss on them either. Fuckers need fire to implode. Fuckers took out my left foot, again.
At least it wasn’t DI Nude Parrott Head Cove with uncle J. Those bastards bit my tits. And ass. And of course, no fucking power on the Island. No one forgets. Dixie your Panel has voted. Innocent. xo ox oo xx oo x o
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Luck of Losing ❤
Like Space X ! – (Joe Barnard) Congratulations on many years of productive time well spent!
Check it out! Surreal.
He didn’t give up, either. Just amazing people doing amazing things in our extraordinary world. ❤
Best thing today so far to witness on the ever exploding sea of visuals?
Frank Cuesta takes a swim and is greeted by a very curious river otter..via twitter
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SpaceX is launching something sometime in the damn future! Talk to Elon about these dreadful freaking edits. Yes, what is love without blame? Seriously? Word is on the wall for another beautiful mission!
SpaceX is targeting Thursday, August 4 for launch of KPLO to a ballistic lunar transfer orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The instantaneous launch window is at 7:08 p.m. ET (23:08 UTC), and a backup launch opportunity is available on Friday, August 5 at 7:00 p.m. ET (23:00 UTC).
The Falcon 9 first stage booster supporting this mission previously launched Arabsat-6A, STP-2, COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation FM2, and two Starlink missions. After stage separation, the first stage will land on the Just Read the Instructions droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.
A live webcast of this mission will begin about 15 minutes prior to liftoff.SpaceX
08/04/2022 01:31 updated
Space X Launch of Falcon 9 scheduled for
August 02, 2022August 04, 2022, with Lift Off Launch Window set for 19:37 ETTBD from Cape Canaveral Air Force SLC-40. Check for updates at SpaceX.
UPDATE: Double Launch Scheduled for August 04, 2022 Both ULA and SpaceX have mission launching Aug. 4.
“Strange atmospheric phenomena visible all over Europe in September 1465 are interpreted as the result of a volcanic dust veil, possibly originating from a re-dated eruption of Kuwae in Vanuatu, in the southwestern Pacific. There is ample evidence (concerning temperature and precipitation) of years without summers from 1465 to 1469 and their subsequent agricultural, economic, and social impact.”Martin Bauch
It was 10 October 1465 – the day of the hotly anticipated wedding of King Alfonso II of Naples. He was set to marry the sophisticated Ippolita Maria Sforza, a noblewoman from Milan, in a lavish ceremony.By Zaria Gorvett 3rd July 2017
It was the biggest eruption for 700 years but scientists still can’t find the volcano responsible.
– they were looking up at the sky. Though it was the middle of the day, the Sun had turned a deep azure, plunging the city into eerie darkness. Rumours began to spread – was it a solar eclipse?https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20170630-the-massive-volcano-that-scientists-cant-find
Only, if only, you survive. Prepare the sacrifice. I will wait, after all, patience is trust. – Z.M. Musk
Imagine if you can, viewing the flames of redemptive death as uncertainty spews across the stars path. Then remove all modern technology. Stand at the mountain, in person, face to god, in awe of some mystery contained in sulfuric acid rain. Summer is gone. Fall has turned the heaven into a nightmare of dust, quaking in steam bath brilliance. But only at night.
“Ashes to ashes, for the rhyme has reason, it really must. Indeed. Pyrotechnic. Cradle to grave, tree tops must fall.” – Atticus VerscharrenAtticus Verscharren © 1969
“One thing you cannot steal from people; friendship. It must be given freely.” – W.T. Fever‘Never let a Goat in the Window.’ Quotable Misquotes – W.T. Fever © 1969
The eruption in Halema’uma’u Crater that began in March 2008 is the longest summit eruption of KÄ”lauea Volcano, on the Island of Hawai’i, since 1924. From the time the eruption began, the new “Overlook crater” inside Halema’uma’u has exhibited fluctuating lava lake activity, occasional small explosive events, and a persistent gas plume. The beautiful nighttime glow impresses and thrills visitors in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, but the continuous emission of sulfur dioxide gas produces “vog” (volcanic smog) that can severely affect communities and local agriculture downwind. A new fact sheet (2013-3116) describes the eruption — The First Five Years of Kīlauea’s Summit Eruption in Halema’uma’u Crater, 2008–2013.https://volcanoes.usgs.gov