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By: OrangeRoses , 4:26 PM GMT on July 22, 2012

The Ancient Runes were Writ in Silver and Gold to Balance the Sun and the Moon
The Ancient Runes were Writ in Silver and Gold to Balance the Sun and the Moon

The Triquetra is a sign of special things and persons that are threefold, such as Mother, Daughter and Grandmother; Past, Present and Future

Twilight 6.36 SunRise + 7.02  SunSet - 7.38 End Twilight 7.53

Lune Descendante 7% Rise + 4.28am Set - 5.47pm

   Bonjour Jeudi + Mesdames et Messieurs

Les yeux de la Vérité vous épient toujours


Je ne dors plus
Je te désire
Je suis à toi
C'est mea culpa et ta faute aussi

It is my fault and your fault also

     Présent   Actuel     

Where a Moment is Eternity because Everything is Now...

Space-Time Light Cones

6.15am 68.4°(aujourd'hui ce n'est pas demain)

before Dawn I watched the sliver crescent Moon rising in the East with a brilliant companion star in conjuction.
The star was Venus
and it was beautiful to behold. Very nice way to start 'URday.

A lot happens when Al-lat shows us signs of Her Work

q.v. primordial religion and the three mother goddesses of pre-Islamic Arabia
N.B. above links are in French. use a translater program

NEW Education Section

classes taught by the Hotties

welcome to solar education class. you may notice we have a nice tan; hair color natural, not like sunbleached surfers; and a subtle glow coming from deep inside. soOoo, with that said watch the whiteboard and pay attention please !

Solar Radiation today was 276 W/m² (watts per meter squared) from 6.40 - 8.45am
This tells us we can take this figure(the number, not me) and multiply it by a precise number to get the Peak S.R. for today.
To obtain this FACTOR constant we examine yesterday's S.R. PeakTime Total(868 W/m²) from 6.40am - 1.20pm and,
comparing yesterday's 6.40 - 8.45am S.R. increment (278) for the same/very similar starting times, graph slopes, interpolating & extrapolating and exponentiating and disestablishmentarianismorgasmingming, to-to-today's(see above)whew the FACTOR to the nearest 31 places is:
OK? good. NOW that we are calm and relaxed|smiling we do not fall asleep?, we multiply today's incremental dosage of post-dawn S.R. by that FACTOR and get: 862 W/m².
What does it all mean??? It means a negligible difference in peak solar radiation for today compared to yesterday.
The Heat Index is the same today as yesterday, and they calculated it 24 hours ago!

Day 2
We can expand on the winds, their directions at night, cloud cover, and diurnal cooling.

• In the region of the southern plains wind blowing from any northern direction at night tends to cool the air 2 miles high, at ground level¸ and in between too. Other wind origination directions depend upon their own temperatures. We know the complex barometric pressures in our atmosphere vary constantly, yet a simple rule to understand is: air flows from a higher pressure to a lower pressure- like squeezing a filled balloon with a tiny hole in it.

• The Gulf of Mexico is a large body of water that heats during the day, cools just slightly at night. There are morning breezes, sea breezes and febrezes. A wind blowing across the G.O.M. toward the north will pick up and carry moist air. We know how humid air feels warmer than dry air, even in our homes. Taking a shower may make us perspire, and feel hotter until we step out of the shower, towel dry and leave the room, where instantly it feels much cooler and refreshing. Being hotties we know!

• Typically it cools off at night with the Sun apparently sinking in the west. In fact, the Earth is rotating clockwise - toward the east. Between 15 to 30 degrees should be the temp differential after sunset, called diurnal(day and night) cooling. Factors that prevent limit or advance cooling are winds, humidity, and land surface temperature.

Tomorrow will be a short quiz and then another in-depth lecture.

Today is the day after the day after tomorrow; no lecture was implanted here; and the quiz was given to all who attended.

We're sorry to neglect our students, but it Has Been Cold for us these past few days. Some of u may-not-no, hotties Я very sensitive to temps b-low 90.6, our skin temperature while suntanning with 50+ Sunscreen.

We had several closed classroom lectures in the interim due to the general public's lack of interest. We are always happy to accomodate walk-ins.

NASA Worldview SE Oklahoma
you can see the line of white clouds in Neb -Kan that brought us some rain
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Latest GOES 13 Satellite Color Enhanced Image High Resolution

in the GOES 13satellite photo above there are bands of rain clouds, some moving NE and others moving ENE. Of the former rainers, their directions of movement(tracks) and locations ultimately determine our rain here in 24-48 hrs.
About 97 minutes ago I heard the Delicate Sound of Thunder and thought it was a military plane sonic boom boum.
It was distant and the sky was not dark so I didn't care but now
32 storms just west of Denton are creeping slowly NNE. Dyess Air Force Base Radar(DYX) is lit up like a Christmas Tree with thousands of lightning strikes on the southern & eastern perimeter of the storm system. General direction of this storm complex is ENE which means Ardmore will be the bellweather for what is to eventually arrive on the breadcrust soil of SE OK this afternoon. Will do relevant updates.

UV 8 Very High Today

H ʘ ττ ι ε   Τ ι Μ ε
When the Hotties Я the Hoττest!!
we're Not Яed we're HoT!!
Xtremely Hot
If u want hotties stay tuned to this station

Ξ H.eat I.ndex and Temp

Today's H ʘ Ţ Ţ ι ε s
3.10pm HI 89.6° ←↑→ 90.5 Temp 4.40pm

"Their disgust for the rain, Nature, or anything feminine is only surpassed by their misogynous tendencies."

"Their disgust for the rain, Nature, or anything feminine is only surpassed by their misogynous tendencies."

Drought Section

Buried machinery in barn lot in Dallas, South Dakota during the Dust Bowl, an agricultural, ecological, and economic disaster in the Great Plains region of North America in 1936

When we fail to learn from our mistakes the past tends to repeat itself.

For a complete list of activities allowed and prohibited view the guidelines for the Governor's 8/3 Burn Ban on www.forestry.ok.gov/burn-ban-information or call Oklahoma Forestry Services at 580-236-1021.

The following article is short, to the point, is an opinion and I completely agree with it.
Climate change is here — and worse than we thought
By James E. Hansen, Published: August 3, 2012
James E. Hansen directs the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

U.S. Drought 2012: Farm and Food Impacts
good article. easy to read, with facts and predictions

Not tomorrow
It's happening now
Not tomorrow
It happens today
They damage today
They fall on today
They beat on the Outside
It's happening now
The crazed in the hot-zone

Iʼve enjoyed being your hostess on this flight

Thank you for flying with... a Virgin

In the   E v e   - ning

The overnight low will Ḅ 65°±2°. It is 81° outside at 8.50pm
 Many are called; very few hear. Have a pleasant evening.

Interesting Article dated August 7, 1996 from NASA JPL
Meteorite Yields Evidence of Primitive Life on Early Mars

rain quiets the crazed in the hot-zone
let us wish for more peace and quiet

Nous sommes saintes vierges 
Lorsque l'Agneau ouvrit le septième sceau, il y avait le silence au paradis une demi-heure

2 Ḅ a Ḅ or not 2 Ḅ a Ḅ  isn't that the question?

ℳʘʘd for the Day ((Φ)) Evening
Mood for the Evening

Beware of Darkness by George Harrison © 1970

Watch out now
Take care, beware of falling swingers
Dropping all around you
The pain that often mingles
In your fingertips
Beware of darkness

Watch out now
Take care, beware the thoughts that linger
Winding up inside your head
The hopelessness around you
In the dead of night
Beware of sadness

It can hit you
It can hurt you
Make you sore and what is more
That is not what you are here for

Watch out now
Take care, beware of soft shoe shufflers
Dancing down the sidewalks
As each unconscious sufferer
Wanders aimlessly
Beware of Maya

Watch out now
Take care, beware of greedy leaders
They'll take you where you should not go
While weeping Atlas Cedars
They just want to grow, grow and grow
Beware of darkness (Beware of darkness)

A scanning electron microscope picture of a nerve ending. It has been broken open to reveal vesicles (orange and blue) containing chemicals used to pass messages in the nervous system.

This is the only WU blog outside France, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Guinea, Haiti, Djibouti, Ivory Coast, Canada, Lebanon and others
where you get 

Ever Imre and Mother

The views of the author are his/her own and do not necessarily represent the position of The Weather Company or its parent, IBM.

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28. OrangeRoses
8:29 PM GMT on September 03, 2012
OK, unless I am totally in-cognizant, I do not understand "Childhood's End". Your context suggests I may have spurned your blog words about being more of a child than me? No, I did not and I am not upset, just incredulous. GTG now TYVM for stopping by...

"take this brother, may it serve you well.."

did u get a diffraction pattern from this?

(it looks like something alive!)

Dave: Open the pod bay doors, please, HAL. Open the pod bay doors, please, HAL. Hello, HAL. Do you read me? Hello, HAL. Do you read me? Do you read me, HAL?

HAL: Affirmative, Dave. I read you.

Dave: Open the pod bay doors, HAL

HAL: I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.

Dave: What's the problem?

HAL: I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do.

Dave: What are you talking about, HAL?

HAL: This mission is too important for me to allow you to jeopardize it.

Dave: I don't know what you're talking about, HAL.

HAL: I know that you and Frank were planning to disconnect me. And I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.

Dave: Where the hell did you get that idea, HAL?

HAL: Dave, although you took very thorough precautions in the pod against my hearing you, I could see your lips move.
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27. ycd0108
3:01 PM GMT on September 03, 2012
Childhood's End eh?
News to me.
Too bad about the weather.
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26. ycd0108
3:07 AM GMT on September 01, 2012
Hi OrangeRoses:
I've been out of iPod touch for a few days and I'm not able to control tomorrow either but I did get to check in, eh.
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25. ycd0108
4:23 PM GMT on August 19, 2012
Melancholy Atomic
I'm trying to imagine the mind (and the arm and the hand and the paint brush) that could produce such an image.
Thank you for conveying it here.
Wonderful tool we have at our fingertips eh.
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2:40 AM GMT on August 19, 2012
source for below art.

wired news sympatico.ca

tried to Modify Comment
but it won't let me
change it sorry
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7:12 PM GMT on August 18, 2012
On Friday, after something of a show trial, three young women in a Russian punk band were found guilty and sentenced to two years in prison for an anti-Vladimir Putin protest in a Moscow cathedral earlier this year.

Western governments and rights groups condemned the harsh sentence - even the Russian Orthodox Church had asked for clemency.

But, despite its high profile, the Pussy Riot trial was just one on a long list of crackdowns on freedom of expression that human rights activists and observers have compiled since Putin returned to the Russian presidency in May.

Pussy Riot, an all-female band, had performed their song, Madonna, Drive Putin Away at an Orthodox cathedral in Moscow on Feb. 21. The performance was uploaded to YouTube.

On the eve of the March 4 presidential vote, the first arrests took place and on March 15 they were charged with hooliganism.

Even before the trial began, the case was proceeding with dubious legality. "The case is full of procedural violations and they are trying to speed up the hearing to ensure that we don't have time to respond to them all," a lawyer for one of the accused said July 4.

For many Western observers, the charges and trial were almost incomprehensible.

Jane Buchanan, a senior researcher on Russia at Human Rights Watch in New York, said the band members were legitimately exercising their right to free speech with the their performance.

"To face criminal changes with a heavy sentence is scandalous and it speaks volumes to the environment for free speech and political opinion that's critical of the government," she said.

The judiciary in Russia is not an independent branch of the state, as it is in most Western countries, observers note.

"It's closely controlled by the executive and, in the Pussy Riot trial and trials before it, we have seen such a scandalous number of fair trial violations that it gives a strong sense that there's a political motivation and a political direction behind this kind of trial," Buchanan says.

In fact, Nikolay Petrov, a Russian government official in the 1990s and now a scholar at the Carnegie Moscow Centre think-tank in the Russian capital, told CBC News that he believes Putin was personally involved in the case.

However, during a trip to London for the Olympics a few weeks ago, Putin told reporters that he hoped the Pussy Riot band members would not "be judged so harshly" for the protest.

"I hope the court will come out with the right decision," he said.

The new crackdown

In separate interviews, Petrov and Buchanan referred to a number of steps the new Putin government has taken to curtail free expression.

For example, in June the Kremlin significantly increased the amount of fines - by 300 times in some cases - for violating the rules on holding protests. At the same time, it toughened these rules to make it more difficult to even hold public protests, like the large anti-Putin ones that dominated several Russian cities since last winter.

The Russian government has also presented a draft law that gives authorities the power to order what they consider "extremist" content, as well as content harmful to children, removed from Russian websites.

If passed, free speech advocates fear the law will be used to crack down on dissent and shut anti-Putin websites.

In July the Duma, the Russian legislature, passed legislation to re-criminalize libel.

It also passed a bill that requires many non-governmental organizations, mostly advocacy groups, which receive donations from outside Russia, to register as "foreign agents."

With the Winter Olympics slated for Sochi, on Russia's Black Sea coast, there have also been restrictions on journalists and activists there who are raising concerns about forced evictions, re-locations and the treatment of construction workers at the Olympics sites.

'Personal project'

Noting that there had been a thaw in Russian authoritarianism under former president Dmitry Medvedev, Buchanan sees these new restrictions as "Putin's personal project."

"He and his government are intolerant of that kind of critical expression we see among protesters, in their music, among NGOs who do research, advocacy and reporting that questions policies or laws," she said.

After reaching the two-term limit for presidents in 2008, Putin switched jobs with Medvedev, who had been his prime minister.

Four years later, the two men switched jobs again. Medvedev's announcement of the change last year provoked widespread protests in Russia, which gained strength following parliamentary elections in December that were widely seen as fraudulent.

In Petrov's analysis, the authorities became concerned about these protests and came up with the idea of political reform, which Medvedev announced in late December, as a way of slowing their momentum.

"Until the presidential elections in March, the authorities gave the impression that they were eager to go ahead with these reforms," Petrov said. They viewed the protests as strongly connected to the election and expected they would stop after the voting.

But when that didn't happen - there was large rally in May, for example - the Kremlin began "moving in a very different direction," Petrov says.

The Pussy Riot message

For Petrov, the Pussy Riot trial had a purpose beyond sending three Putin critics to jail. It was also to send a message to the conservative elements of Russia who live away from the big liberalizing cities.

Petrov feels that Putin is positioning himself as the president of those Russians who do not live in the capital or the other big cities and he pointed to the television coverage of the Pussy Riot affair, which he said was not neutral or objective.

"The state controls entirely the TV, the main source of information for the majority of Russians outside big cities," he said, adding that this coverage helped create a strong polarization over this case, with a majority in favor of harsh punishment.

"The Kremlin is trying to put those who are not supporting the government into a kind of ghetto to show that the majority of Russians do support the government, do hate modernized fats cats in big cities who enjoy much higher salaries and who are not so loyal."

Meanwhile, on Friday, Levada, an independent Russian polling firm, released the results of a survey that found Putin's approval rating has fallen to 48 per cent from 60 per cent, the lowest level since Putin first became president on the last day of 1999.

'We exist'

For his part, Petrov feels that the Putin regime has not made a final decision yet whether or not to become increasingly authoritarian.

But he feels that decision might come in October when regional elections take place.

While these elections are not about real power, they are an important test for the political system, he says. " Until then, Putin wants to have different options on the table."

He also sees division within Putin's inner circle over how to proceed, with the authoritarian direction of the last few months partially an effort to threaten the political elite so it remains united and loyal.

In a post this week on his blog for Russia watchers, Radio Free Liberty senior correspondent Brian Whitmore, sounded more optimistic about Russia's future.

"A powerful constituency for change does, indeed, exist now," he said. "It grew out of the increasingly confident middle class that emerged during Putin's rule.

"It is powered and networked by increased internet penetration and the explosion of social networks. And it's not going away anytime soon."

Whitmore noted that one of the protest movement's most powerful slogans is, "We exist."

"We exist" was a refrain in a Pussy Riot performance from before they performed Madonna, Drive Putin Away.
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21. OrangeRoses
2:20 AM GMT on August 18, 2012
Yes, the girls have won the hearts of the press and many famous people. It was on the news tonight. I have to go now. Storm's overhead and time to enjoy the peace that mysteriously wraps its smothering blanket over my area every time it rains.
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20. ycd0108
12:01 AM GMT on August 18, 2012
Wow! The media and some other folks like Amnesty International have noticed:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19302986 

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19. ycd0108
5:40 PM GMT on August 17, 2012
OrangeRoses:Whether I comment or not depends a lot on my "Mood" but some blogs have become special to me. The "Eyes of Truth" watch all ways, eh.
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18. OrangeRoses
1:53 AM GMT on August 17, 2012
Ohhhh YCD I wondered if ye had departed abit. I spend too much time on this blog, but to produce a work of art, even though this is "justa blog", takes a long time! I am happy you are well, and somehow(don't ask me how I know) I know you are very happy.
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17. ycd0108
11:21 PM GMT on August 16, 2012
Afternoon OrangeRoses:
I was one of the "cowboys without horses" in my younger days. Lately my pickup has a good muffler but I s'pose it still produces about the same emissions. I regret every kilometer I drive but I still drive. Way back then we would drive around and make noise just for fun.
So I'm trying to imagine how to address this phenomenon.
I can hear the motors at this house only when some bonehead really puts the hammer down on the four lane about a mile away or the country road about 1/2 mile away. When I hear that note I worry about the bonehead 'cause I happen to know how bad it is when things go wrong. To be honest I don't know the worst. I survived and never killed a passenger T'anks God.
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14. OrangeRoses
5:03 PM GMT on August 07, 2012
Such nice gentlemen ! I thank you both. In case you want the Elven Font I mention at the end of the blog you will be amazed! It looks just magic letters in the Lord of the Rings movie. Let me know. Otherwise, you will not see the hidden extras.
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13. ycd0108
3:15 PM GMT on August 07, 2012
Second that.
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12. 1759
3:10 PM GMT on August 07, 2012
Hi Orange I like your blog its very creative I think people are missing something when they don't view,more the sorry for them.keep it going I'll allways look.
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11. 1759
1:38 PM GMT on August 02, 2012
hi,orange,I took a peek at the drought image and sure thank God Va has been lucky that the thunderstorms ,though capable of damage,bring glorious rain.I posted afew pictures of the storms we got tuesday.
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10. OrangeRoses
4:50 PM GMT on August 01, 2012
Hi 1759,

I had finished quick-quick today before you checked in here. Even if I was in the middle of updating it would show the last update, or until I saved the blog, and you would have to reload to see it.

In mid afternoon, or after 6pm there is a local high temp and heat index update I call Hottie Time. And as the data changes I learn more each day by reading. Have about 30 weather links in Favorites and others that link off any of them as well.

The In the Eve-ning is updated in the evening, of course. Also the Mood for Eve, or Day depending, is updated with pictures. I liked that Queen of the Night tulip so I hope you did too.
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9. 1759
3:28 PM GMT on August 01, 2012
wow hard for my computer to conect to this blog for some reason,but now that I have well worth the wait .nice images and text but I think I came in in the middle?
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8. ycd0108
5:56 PM GMT on July 29, 2012
Good catch!
I had to walk away and saw some small boards but when I came back and saw the picture for the second time I got it. Mas o menos
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7. OrangeRoses
11:18 PM GMT on July 28, 2012
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6. ycd0108
12:57 AM GMT on July 28, 2012
"A picture says a thousand words"
T'will be interesting to see what you find but that quote above is all I was thinking of.
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5. OrangeRoses
12:51 AM GMT on July 28, 2012
Will add on to this tomorrow. Olympics opening ceremony is on. Thanks for everything YCD. I think you want me to understand "thousand words" so I will research this.
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4. ycd0108
11:45 PM GMT on July 27, 2012
OrangeRoses: Mood is not always Ginta but the tee shirt says a lot.
Doesn't seem like you received much rain.
That old picture of Dallas. S.D. is also a bit grim but those "Thousand Words" need to be shown.
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3. ycd0108
1:16 AM GMT on July 25, 2012
I did "take a peek" at Enigma but I could not get any recordings to fire up.
That could have something to do with spending the day sawing sheet metal with a skillsaw with ear and eye protection strapped on and being a bit "over the hill" for this type of work.
The fact that we had some cooler weather made me want to get as far along with the roof as we could before the weather clears up tomorrow. The metal roofing gets too hot to touch and any tools are too hot to handle. The Lithium Ion batteries don't like excessive heat either.
Not a bad day all in all.

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2. OrangeRoses
5:07 PM GMT on July 24, 2012
There are more lyrics now. I have the music and didn't hear the whispering at the end of the song. Sooo take a lil peek YCD and I might put some more Ginta in the Mood section if U in the mood for her.

(join these next to each other: & #1071; ) *giggling*
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1. ycd0108
2:50 PM GMT on July 23, 2012
And Seven Seas
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