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Venus Transits in 1032 and 2012

As readers may have noticed, I am a moon watcher. Eclipses of either the sun or the moon had been a sort of passion throughout my life, ever since my late father woke me up at 3 o’clock in the … Continue reading

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Nature vs. God

When discussing the current Corona virus pandemic with a friend, he mentioned some apocalyptic ideas about God’s wrath. I replied that it is actually Mother Nature who strikes back. Evolution is the concept at work these days. Homo sapiens (I … Continue reading

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A Smile of the Beyond

Is this what British guitarist John McLaughlin had in mind on his 1974 album Apocalypse with a reorganized and, then and now, largely disappointing Mahavishnu Orchestra? God as a smiley? What happens inside the black hole? Well, it’s safe to … Continue reading

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NASA’s Hurricane Season 2017

The above video clip, published by NASA in November 2017, covers all hurricanes/tropical storms in the North Atlantic this year. Watch, in particular, Irma which hit Florida but did not devastate Mar a Lago; followed by Maria, devastating Puerto Rico … Continue reading

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Heat Wave in Russia

Checking out daily maximum temperatures in Moscow during the previous two months and comparing them with those last year made clear that they were about 10 centigrades higher. NASA has proof for this guess. The dark red areas were 12 degrees … Continue reading

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