A Question About the Neighborhood

Most daily living is entirely too dumbed-down by the stream of drama that is centered around the cares and pleasures of our short lives on earth. You don’t believe me? Take away a cell phone and any media device from a typical adolescent in a locally modern society for a week. Or, take an adult’s pleasures … Continue reading

Lunar Crater Parable: High Ground and the Light

Observing the moon is about light play on the surface. Every observation is dependent on the sunlight’s angle. The boundary of lunar day and night is called the terminator.  The observing principle is pretty simple: high ground gets exposed to light; low ground is in shadow. So when you look at … Continue reading