Monthly Archives: March 2013

Why Didn’t Anything Change After Sandy Hook?

“President Barack Obama said Newtown changed everything. But it didn’t change Washington. Two days after 20 first-graders were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School in what Obama has said was the worst day of his presidency, he took the podium at the memorial service with a simple message: Americans’ approach to guns was wrong, […]

Massive Cyber Attack Slows Servers Worldwide

International Cyber Police Agencies are investigating what is being called the largest cyber attack in the history of the Internet.

The 50 Most Popular Liberal Websites Ranked

This is a repost: Ranked in Source of list: HERE. This is actually a mix of both Left and Right leaning news and opinion sites. 1) CNN: 52 2) The Huffington Post: 393 (Left-Wing) 3) Time: 553 4) NPR: 1,524 5) Slate: 1,569 6) Newsweek: 1,690 7) U.S. News & World Report: 2,408 8) Politico: 2,470 9) Salon: 2,455 10) Indy Media: 3,534 11) The Democratic Underground: 6,992 12) The Atlantic: 8,538 13) The Village Voice: 8,922 14) Daily Kos: 10,385 15) Eschaton: 10,496 […]

Photos From DOMA and Prop8 Protest at Supreme Court

A collection of photos from in front of the Supreme Court, where DOMA and Prop8 are being considered. Hopefully, these laws will be overturned and gay marriage made legal, everyone should be able to marry who they love.  Support equality in the law! Read more: Supreme Court must strike down DOMA and Prop8  – Join Repeal DOMA. […]

The continuing mission of Voyager

Originally posted on Extraordinary Voyages:
One of the most interesting outcomes of the space exploration push in the 60s and 70s was the Voyager program. In August 1977, Voyager 2 was launched on a mission to explore the solar system, followed shortly in September by Voyager 1 (yes, Voyager 2 was launched first, but it travels slower than…

The Mountain

Originally posted on mikejackwrites: THE BEST TIME LAPSE VIDEO EVER (in my not-so-humble opinion). TSO Photography Music by: Ludovico Einaudi – “Nuvole bianche”

The Moon


Mesmerizing NASA photographs capture the twinkling lights of cities around the world from 240 miles high

Originally posted on The Bronzaii Show:
These are the breathtaking photographs captured by NASA showing cities around the world from 240 miles above ground.  From Baltimore, Maryland to the shores of Tokyo, Japan, astronauts on the International Space Station have pictured the twinkling lights of urban sprawl. The photographs, taken by Expedition 33 crew members…


An ‘All Time High’ for Public Support for Space

Originally posted on Dennis' Blog:
Preliminary 2012 data from the national General Social Survey have just been released, and if the numbers hold, they show an “all time high” for public support for space exploration program spending, with positive responses (“too little spending”) higher than at any point in the survey’s 40-year history, and negative…