Jupiter the Planet Slayer

Jupiter the Planet Slayer Simply put, is Jupiter the Planet Slayer? This article, as a shortened version of some lengthy technical tome, suggests that the early formation of the solar system involves Jupiter’s wobble, and careening like a misguided missile, taking out a number of slightly smaller objects. Makes the link from this image more […] read more

The Price of Oil

The Price of Oil It’s about the price of oil, and more important to my neighbors, literally, the next county over? The price of getting that oil out of the ground. The Price of Oil Bit surprised to see how relatively expensive US oil is […] read more

High Tide

High Tide and Cycles The High Tide and its cycles sparks an observation. In part, it made me recall Chaucer’s tale that includes a super-low tide as an element of the story’s narrative. Chaucer’s tide is clearly based on astrological/astronomical observations. The High Tide and Cycles for the coast of France, what alerted me? 18 […] read more

Chico’s Tacos

Chico’s Tacos It’s an El Paso, TX staple. Walk off the plane and out to Far West Texas sun, graciously getting a ride from Grace, and from thence? “You want Chicos?” Sure. Sounds good. Always sounds good. astrofish.net/travel […] read more

Cheap Stuff

Cheap Stuff It’s not really about Cheap Stuff, but it should be, as I’ve got prices starting at “free,” and going up from there. I was looking at computer information site, link from a link, and across the top of the page, there were various headings like, “Presenting,” “Products,” “E-Learning,” “E-Commerce,” “Membership,” and so forth. […] read more

The Planets — short video tutorial

The Planets – short video tutorial It’s a short video tutorial about the signs and their planets, who is associated with what, just a short, easy to recall commentatry from my astrology. The Planets – short video tutorial… Simple presentation with background and mythical lore associated with each planet. Five-minute presentation. Enjoy […] read more

Cymbeline

Cymbeline The play by Shakespeare, late in the writer’s career, possible had an accomplice. I don’t have quick notes, other than the my version of the plays, in order, and that puts it right before The Winter’s Tale, which had similar elements, if I recall. I might not. Brilliant film, and rather well executed. Brilliant. […] read more

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