We got up at 5 am this morning to watch Mars get hit by a comet. Well, not really, but it would have still looked cool. Unfortunately, our eastern horizon is blocked by our neighbor’s trees. And while there’s a lot of great info at that link about seeing the sky, there’s nothing about looking through foliage. So a 4:30 alarm for nothing. Ah, Tuesday.
In other astronomy news, this week’s Spaced-Out Challenge is all about Pegasus and double stars. The “great app” mentioned is only for iThings. Hurumph.
Scientists “accidentally” create a lightsaber. Accidentally. Suuuuure.
In other science news, HIV cells eradicated with an anti-fungal drug. That’s a pretty big deal. I know medical researchers are always warning, “further research must be done!”, but I’m going to go ahead and Snoopy Dance.
This looks like an interesting curriculum for teaching computer programming.
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This is a bittersweet story about a 69-year-old woman getting the letter her father wrote her during World War II, shortly after she was born and he died.
In what universe does it make sense to mess with Martha Stewart? Patent Troll demands $5,000 from Martha Stewart. Popcorn!
Am I a bad mom if my kids aren’t superstars? I love Joanne’s summation:
Memories of my childhood: The History of the Trapper Keeper.
Switching up chores. I really need to put more thought into my chore assignments.
Future textbook writers?