Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Seven - Eight - Nine

And Everything Is Fine

Sundial Bridge just before sunset. 7/7/09

What freedom.
What luxury.
What a bountiful existence.

Standing by the Sacramento river. 7/7/09

What glorious gifts I have been given.

I was born in America at the end of World War II, the fourth child of a scientist. I never wanted for food, or books and warm, dry, place to digest the accumulated knowledge of the ages.

I was spared the life of ignorance and hardship that befalls most of the people on planet earth.

God Recycles

The latest image of the Omega Nebula

This newly released image, obtained with the EMMI instrument attached to the ESO 3.58-metre New Technology Telescope (NTT) at La Silla, Chile, shows the central region of the Omega Nebula in exquisite detail.

In recent years, astronomers have discovered that the Omega Nebula is one of the youngest and most massive star-forming regions in the Milky Way. Active star-birth started a few million years ago and continues through today.

This gas cloud
is formed from the death of previous stars.

A few billion years from now, some of those stars may have planets with talking monkeys that think a little, too.

My Eyes Are Open To Wonder

Sunset from the Treehouse. 7/7/09

Todays Relatively Appropriate Song;
The Human Body: Ultimate Machine


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