Making Sense, Not Making Sense


Given the entire Kardashian thing and that Caitlyn is a Republican I don’t think she’ll be on my top 10 celebs I like list but the fact that  given her former life; her age and that it would have been easier for her to live her life quietly, I gotta say I respect her courage.

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863 Responses to Making Sense, Not Making Sense

  1. Guy Smiley says:

    Precision drumming by the Swiss Top Secret Drum Corps. The routine is really good.

  2. Darth says:

    Newly Identified ‘Hellboy’ Dinosaur Sported Unique Horns, Scientists Say http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/06/04/411987944/newly-identified-hellboy-dinosaur-sported-unique-horns-scientists-say

    “At first glance, the untrained eye is likely to see the childhood favorite Triceratops — and to be sure, Regaliceratops peterhewsi is a close relative. But there are some important differences, scientists say.”

    “According to paleontologists, the “horned dinosaurs” fall into two categories — Chasmosaurines, with a small horn above the nose and larger horns over the eyes, and Centrosaurines, with a large horn over nose and smaller “eye horns.”

    Unlike Triceratops, “Hellboy” has almost “comically small” eye horns. Along with the new dinosaur’s large shield-like frill, “the combined result looks like a crown,” Brown says.”

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  5. fi says:

    Good morning Critters of the Realm, I hope all is well!

  6. Gadfly Jack says:

    Fi killed the realm—I guess everyone’s glasses broke too.

  7. bebe says:

    Good Morning all…Tai Chi…in the morning…..

  8. bebe says:

    Caitlyn previously known as Bruce.

  9. Hobette says:

    Hubble Peers into the Most Crowded Place in the Milky Way

    This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image presents the Arches Cluster, the densest known star cluster in the Milky Way. It is located about 25,000 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Sagittarius (The Archer), close to the heart of our galaxy, the Milky Way. It is, like its neighbor the Quintuplet Cluster, a fairly young astronomical object at between two and four million years old. The Arches cluster is so dense that in a region with a radius equal to the distance between the sun and its nearest star there would be over 100,000 stars! At least 150 stars within the cluster are among the brightest ever discovered in the Milky Way.

    These stars are so bright and massive that they will burn their fuel within a short time (on a cosmological scale that means just a few million years). Then they will die in spectacular supernova explosions. Due to the short lifetime of the stars in the cluster the gas between the stars contains an unusually high amount of heavier elements, which were produced by earlier generations of stars.

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