It snowed last night.
This is in Denver. I am from Florida. I have never lived in snow before. Before now, snow was like crime, something that only happened to other people.
I have visited snow before, spending some time in Boston on trips during February, and one crazy week in Minnesota around New Year’s, where the snow was probably two feet deep. But those trips were like visiting a prison. It was weird and scary, but you have guides to keep you safe and in short time you leave and it is gone forever. Now I live in that prison. We are all victims of the consequences of our choices. Continue reading
On February 15, 2013, a meteorite slammed through the atmosphere and nearly destroyed a good portion of Russia.
An asteroid much larger than that passed close to Earth the next day.
In case you’re unfamiliar, here are the differences between the most frequently used terms for large hunks of rock hurtling through space, as explained by the talking dinosaur pals of Dinosaur Comics.
Aside from teaching us that every car in Russia apparently has a camera mounted on it (and that Russians are apparently nonchalant about the signs from Revelation, probably due to the Soviet regime’s practice of banning religion), we learned another very important lesson from this event: NASA is preparing to kill us all. Continue reading