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Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Become a Watcher of the Skies

Sky watchers and stargazers have an activity that can be done year round out of doors. Both are more pleasurable outside, and Spring is happening in the Northern hemisphere making the activity more enticing.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
A Little Known June Holiday

There is a holiday every day according to some calendars, and June has an obscure holiday with a few different titles for Meteor Watch day. Read it to see how it ties in with a Walt Whitman poem that confounded scientists for 150 years.

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Astronomy: An Old Science and Popular Outdoor Activity

Astronomy(stargazing, sky watching, observing)may well be the oldest outdoor activity that man continues to enjoy. Ancient cultures have been found to have observatories for the sun, moon and other celestial objects viewed.

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Two Star Stories: Constellation Stories

Have you ever attempted to crack open the celestial vault so the star stories finally make sense? I have found that the more I read about the different constellations, and become a watcher of the skies from different time perspectives, the more those constellation stories...

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Astronomy Day Brings It

The merry month of May brings meteor showers from the constellation Aquarius, and international Astronomy Day, too.

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
View the Upcoming Lyrid Meteor Shower 2011

The April sky holds an annual event of the Lyrid meteor shower. The constellation includes the 5th brightest star, Vega.

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Ancient Astronomers Imagined the Constellations

There are 88 constellations listed in the old science of astronomy. The ancient astronomers that named them were probably referring to them as symbolic instead of literal representations. It is difficult to look in the sky and actually see a true lion figure or...

Entertainment
by footloose
8 years ago
The Blue Bird of Happiness Phrase: Origins and Meanings

Somewhere over the rainbow BlueBirds fly. Birds fly over the rainbow. Why then, oh why can't I?

Entertainment
by footloose
7 years ago
The Pleiades

The Pleiades mythology ranges worldwide and it is most fascinating. A cultural perspective is gained by the knowledge of the various stories about the legendary celestial lights.

History
by footloose
8 years ago
Georgia O'Keeffe: An Unconventional Woman

Georgia O'Keeffe rocked the art world with her extraordinary paintings. She herself was as nonconforming as her sensuous art.

Entertainment
by footloose
7 years ago
Baby Boomer Daydream Believer

A little reminiscing on the swinging sixties music from a baby boomer daydream believer gives new highs to a beautiful morning. Psychedelic rock bands ruled the 1960's and a few sub genres did just as well.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
How to Survive Christmas Blues

A sad Christmas can grow into Christmas blues. The overwhelming Christmas ads and commercialism just add to the holiday depression. There are some tried and true methods for surviving this time of year.

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Top Poems to Lift Spirits

We all must agree that there are times that getting up in the morning can be a death defying feat. What to do to lift the spirits and abolish the terrible fear paralysis that keeps us obsessed?

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Deities From Ancient Cultures:Top Ten

The exploration of the world religions gives pause to the contemplation of  the ancient deities from ancient cultures. Since these are not included in the contemporary world religions, it is very interesting to know that there are more than 2,500 recorded deities. One...

Technology
by footloose
7 years ago
Earthquakes: The Faulty Line Between Nature and Man

Is there a weather war happening on earth, and if so, is that why earthquake damage is so very strong now? The earthquake fault lines and new earthquakes aren't so natural because they are faultless. Scientists are voicing what HAARP has been up to, and it is alarming.

History
by footloose
7 years ago
The Mystery of Michelangelo

The man who looked at stone or a boring ceiling and saw biblical heroes, saints, sinners, prophets, horrific scenes of head chopping, and nudes didn't have the word "moderation" in his creative genius.

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