On Saturday and Sunday nights, Dec. 15 and 16, Bob expects Comet Wirtanen to achieve naked-eye visibility – the first comet in years to do so.
Friday, December 21: For luck, the yule log should be either harvested on one’s own land or received as a gift – never tainted by the exchange of money.
St. Joseph’s Church basement was buzzing with community members excited to learn and impart knowledge on how to make their homes more energy-efficient and winterized, as well as practical and professional guides on how to recycle, compost, reduce food waste and junk mail as well as one’s carbon footprint.
Comet Wirtanen will soon pay Earth its closest-ever visit. It should be large and blobby-looking, appearing as a fuzzy glob the size of the full Moon.
The Martian surface air is 30 times thinner than the air atop Mount Everest. And if that weren’t bad enough, all that thin, barely-there gas is carbon dioxide: no oxygen. You can’t breathe there.
Turkeys admittedly have small brains, and many know-it-alls who have never hunted them consider them dumb. But when it comes to hunting, they are far from dumb. Very wary by nature, they are among the most difficult quarry to target and kill.
For years each heavy rain washed mud down a steep, curved slope of bare clay, nicknamed the “Bowl of Doom” by watershed officials, and the creek turned a muddy brown for days or weeks at a time.
Saturday, Nov. 17: In this show, Rossellini addresses the latest scientific discoveries about animal minds, intelligence and emotions.
By day the antisolar point is marked by the shadow of your head. At night it’s the most happening place in the heavens.
Acorns are a symbol of abundance and security. It is said that carrying an acorn will bring you a long and healthy life and good luck. Acorns placed on a window sill will protect your home from lightning. Planting one under the light of the moon will bring luck and prosperity to you and your home.