wont pointing to the sun induce temporary or permenant blindness? if so, why would anyone? :P
Not to mention the comparative paucity of investigations of inner worlds through meditation.... inner realms fully as interesting as the investigations of outer realms.
So what is this lightThis shining orbiting discGood evil life or death
Massive fireballs freak humans out. Denial?
AllThanks for the comments.You don't actually have to look through a telescope. There are other ways of looking (using cameras, for example. The point is that more is known about distant stars than about our own sun, despite its importance to us. NASA is going some way today to correct the imbalance by launching a figure-of-eight probe that (hopefully) will send back unprecedented data on sunspots etc.I take Dan's point, though.What is withinoutshines orout-darkens the sun.
Hi Dave,Perhaps folks are hoping to see a long-ago-sent message that will help us avoid our demise?
and dave we know next to nothing of the space that occupies seventy per cent of our own planet's surface!!! steven
If the sun wont shineand the fog keeps rolling inI shall go dotty!My haiku for today Dave
All threeI agree fully with both points raised.I went dotty years agosometimes I think I'm over itbut not just now.
My first time here. I'm enjoying your blog & haikus.
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