Monthly Archives: March 2015

World’s Largest Asteroid Strikes In Australia

Scientists from Australia’s National University have uncovered what they believe to be the world’s largest asteroid impact zone in central Australia.  This, according to Clarissa Thorpe on the Australian Broadcast Network news site.  The pictures or rock formations above are … Continue reading

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Lillian Gabrielson Rollo (3-22-1908-10-6-1996)

Today would have been my mother’s 107th Birthday.  She was 40 years old when she became pregnant with me. She was old enough to be the mother of my friends’ mothers when I was growing up.  But she was always … Continue reading

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New USGS Report on Earthquake risks in California

According to this article in EarthSky earlier this week, the USGS has released recently an updated report on the likelihood of earthquakes. The map above shows the major fault lines in California and the high risk ares are keyed in … Continue reading

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Getting behind here

Oh boy, I have fallen behind in posting here and there is no one excuse or reason.  I’ve been having recurrent digestive problems since I had salmonella poisoning several  years ago.  I know that dysentery can recur but I didn’t … Continue reading

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