Laryngitis is a heck of thing, especially when combined with an antibiotic allergy. Music to resume shortly.
Administrivia and Internal Matters
SONG: “Heavy In My Head.”
Yes, this song is late. I’m not entirely sure why – I had the music *basically* down by the second week of January, and the lyrics by the middle of the week of the 23rd. But as usual, ran out of time to record them. Not to mention a space to record them in. Or… something. Hmm.
A big moon and a little moon, orbiting Saturn.
Moons like Tethys (660 miles or 1,062 kilometers across) are large enough that their own gravity is sufficient to overcome the material strength of the substances they are made of (mostly ice in the case of Tethys) and mold them into spherical shapes. But small moons like Janus (111 miles or 179 kilometers across) are not massive enough for their gravity to form them into a sphere. Janus and its like are left as irregularly …
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A horse, looking well.
From Manuel vétérinaire, ou traité sur les Maladies du Cheval, et sur les remédes qu’on doit employer pour les Guerir, a veterinary guide for horses that don’t look well.
There’s a star in the East….
Looks like I’ll be owing a song… and a penitential cover for my tardiness. Stay tuned.
Alas, no song will be posted today. It will be forthcoming, as will a penitential cover.
Which means one shall be forthcoming soon. And a penitential cover. So it goes.
And today is the day there should be a song. So we owe you a song. And a penitential cover. Hmm. Hmm!
I’m taking a moment, with Archie McPhee, to celebrate the birth of a science dude. Dude!
Check this out: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/culturelab/2012/03/songs-torn-from-science-headlines.html Forget your Variety and your Rolling Stone. The Guild of Scientific Troubadours just received positive notice from a writer for New […]
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