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Grey, blue, green eyes and heavens’ doors.
The following colourful characters and dialogos as throw-away libretto, maybe…
Fermion (Fred, ) treks widely across pearly opacity intercepting an sboson (sgrav, [s]) on mutually imagined paths of Penrose tile.
Action is minimal and perturbations few and far betwixt.
Finally, for now, here’s a picture of my 1st orchid flower of this year – probably northern marsh but could be an early purple.
new project on warped passages
Gravitational lenses – or ‘space warps’ – are created when massive galaxies cause light to bend around them such that they act rather like giant lenses in space. By looking through data that has never been seen by human eyes, our new Space Warps project is asking citizen scientists to help discover some of these incredibly rare objects. We need your help to spot these chance-alignments of galaxies in a huge survey of the night sky. To take part visit www.spacewarps.org.
Gravitational lenses help us to answer all kinds of questions about galaxies, including how many very low mass stars such as brown dwarfs – which aren’t bright enough to detect directly in many observations – are lurking in distant galaxies. The Zooniverse has always been about connecting people with the biggest questions and now, with Space Warps, we’re taking our first trip to the early Universe. We’re…
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Adopt SI units of measure and the UK motorway limit better than doubles. 🙂
70 m/s (SI) ~ 157 mph (Imperial) and pro rata.
e.g. 30 m/s ~ 67 mph and the population evolves by means of natural selection, bar penalties.
No road signs changed and in-car display costs are low. Total implementation costs are near null.
view of the 3-mile-high mountain in the middle of Mars’ Gale crater #MSL