Monthly Archives: May 2013

Near Miss With Asteroid 1998 QE2;

We dodged a celestial trainwreck today with the Asteroid 1998 QE2. The asteroid is 1.6 miles wide and has its own moon. It passed us by an estimated 3.6 million miles, but in terms of space, that was a close … Continue reading

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The story of the Unwieldy Beast

By accident, I discovered a video about Gary Frank Skaggs, a musician from San Francisco, who took an old junk Aeolian piano and completely rebuilt it. Then he attached it to a hot dog vendor’s bicycle, and created what he … Continue reading

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It’s been a long, long time

Another new start for this blog.  The last entry was in February; wow, time flies.  I am now proofreading my second novel.  I’ll have more to say about that in the coming weeks, except that I’ve been wallowing in the … Continue reading

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