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 Considering the astonishingly large number of experts and hobbyists we have on astronomy here, may I appeal to you to educate me and possibly some others… One of my favorite proverbs, one that I made up is "the round number is never a penumbra". It always gets broken like today (albeit many other numbras one could say the same thing about)… but … but assuming it is true with appropriate sliding, is the astronomical reference correct? Or if not, how should it be modified? Thank you.

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  1. Donna Maloney on August 24, 2012 3:16 pm

    hi sir
    i really like your post , i really have interest in astronomy
    so looking forward to go through any book or any author you refer.
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  2. Craig Bowles on August 24, 2012 6:43 pm

    Don’t know about that but all those earthquakes in Alaska down thru Mexico seem to be affecting the geyser cycle for Old Faithful. It’s been bouncing wildly for the last few days.

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/quakes_all.html

    On another note, we know commodities have a lagging area which is textiles. Cotton is one of that lagging group and trying to perk up a bit.

    http://futures.tradingcharts.com/chart/CT/W?anticache=1345848013

  3. astro the family dog..:) on August 26, 2012 10:36 pm

    I guess the 25 or 2+5 = 7, anniversary of the harmonic convergence almost to the day now. 83 years ago or 8+3 = 11, the same or alike settings in the stars. May move or to the same affects as a 75 year ago 1+9 =10 3+7=10 1+0+1+0 11

    08 3 1 2012 (blue moon)

    8 3 1 ‘5′ / 1 3 5 8 ‘13′

    083 1
    11 1 = ‘3′

    2 012
    11 111 = ‘5′

    083 12 012
    11 111 111 =’8′
    —————–
    03162012 =13
    13,289

    05012012 =11
    13,338

    13 years from 1999

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