…….just forget the words and sing along!!!!!!

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NASA to livestream Supermoon total lunar eclipse

The moon (AFP Photo/Yoshikazu Tsuno)

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, a rare astronomical event, will be visible to much of the world. And for those experiencing bad weather in parts of the U.S., NASA will live stream the supermoon eclipse….MORE

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Twinkle Tush

twinkle-tush-2   Give you cat’s bottom some bling ….MORE

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The Hotel Pool

You should be fired….

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MIT is Offering All Of Their Courses Online, To Anyone, For Free

MITXBoston, Mass. – For learners who don’t want to invest in a full residential college ride, or who want to avoid the massive amounts of debt associated with university studies, a program called MITx could be a viable alternative.  With the advent of the internet came a revolution of information becoming available to the average person. MIT University took it one step further when they began a program called OpenCourseWare, which allowed anyone to download full course materials for virtually all classes for free.  But the new MITx interactive online learning platform will go further, giving students access to online laboratories, self-assessments and student-to-student discussions.…MORE

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SpaceX Falcon-9 goes BOOM

http://s4.reutersmedia.net/resources/r/?m=02&d=20150628&t=2&i=1059832184&w=&fh=&fw=&ll=644&pl=429&r=LYNXNPEB5R0CUOfficials issue warning about debris from failed Space X launch.   Falcon 9 explodes over Atlantic, but debris could wash ashore. The Patrick Air Force Base said if debris washes ashore, it would be on beaches north of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.   “The anomaly occurred over the Atlantic Ocean, and as a result of tide movement over the next several hours, debris may begin washing ashore,” Patrick Air Force Base officials said.  “If you spot debris in the water or see it washed up anywhere along the eastern Florida shore, report it to either NASA’s debris reporting hotline at 321-867-2121 or Patrick Air Force Base at 321-494-7001 or contact your nearest local law enforcement official.”  Officials said debris should not be picked up, nor should cellphone calls be made nearby. “Gather all information that clearly identifies its location, but only do so after leaving the area,” officials said.  “Some of the debris may be toxic or explosive in nature and may be potentially hazardous, which is why it needs to be reported to and handled by trained professionals.”…MORE

Soooo…. Call us immediately, but NOT on your cellphone….AND… gather information AFTER leaving the area.   Sounds like a plan! GO Air Force!
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