Friday, December 9, 2016


Paula Abdul, the EM Drive scientist, leads this gigantic meta blog post. Where we explore science, fake news and udder hot topics   

On the Late Show with David Letterman, Paula Abdul joked that her behavior was caused by her being abducted by aliens.

Paula Abdul was selected from a pool of 700 candidates for the cheerleading squad of the Los Angeles Lakers NBA basketball team, (the famed Laker Girls). Within a year, she became head choreographer. However, I could not find a "good photo" of Paula Abdul in a cheerleader uniform 

Their has got to be a cool story with Paula Abdul's father. He was born in Syrian-Jewish community in Aleppo and was raised in Brazil before moving to the USA. Both of Paula Abdul's parents are Jewish.


In a frank interview with Belgian Catholic weekly Tertio, Pope Francis said the media's obsession with scandal was akin to "coprophilia", an abnormal interest in excrement.

Danger, Will Robinson!

Nearly 13 years into a mission that was originally slated for 90-days, Opportunity continues to amaze. Aside from a stuck "on" heater that forces her to shut down every night, a broken shoulder joint, a "frozen" actuator in her right front steering wheel, and the loss of her long-term or Flash memory, the rover has been performing "much the same as when we took her out of the box," said Bill Nelson, chief of MER engineering, at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), home to all of NASA's Mars rovers.

The Sombrero galaxy
The ninth annual Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar. Every day until Sunday, December 25, this page will present one new image of our universe from NASA's Hubble telescope. 

GOODSTUFFs - Lunar Squatting Declaration

"Zero G, and I feel fine." - John Glenn

Spaceman, Statesman, and a guy who always knew where to get Tang

Will enlarge

You might well be left wondering what the motivation is for the scientists who work on discovering these elements. What’s the incentive to create elemental entities that exist for milliseconds or less before winking out of existence by transforming into other elements that are already known? Obviously these elements don’t have any useful applications, but the scientists running the experiments are holding out hope for the possibility of an ‘island of stability’. 

The ‘island of stability’ is a theorized group of super heavy elements, beyond those that scientists have managed to synthesize to date. The reason they believe this is actually quite complicated, and has to do with the way in which the protons and neutrons in the nuclei of atoms are arranged. Based on this, they suspect that even heavier elements than those currently known could actually be more stable, and maybe exist for days or even weeks. Work is still ongoing to reach this island. 

The periodic table may now appear complete, with the addition of the final four pieces of its seventh row, but now the race is on to produce element 119, and add a new row to the table. At present, the heavier the element, the harder its creation becomes, and several labs have tried to produce element 119 without success. As such, the four elements added to the periodic table this year may be the last added for a number of years. 


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Rule 5 - Jessica Gomes

Democrat Voters To Sue Madonna For “Refusing To Keep Her Promise” Of Giving BJs To Those Who Vote For Hillary Clinton 
Young Madonna (the Queen of self promotion)

Abigail Ratchford 

Fred Dude's Friday Babes

Big Boob Friday with Alison Tyler

Friday Night Babe is  Susan Ward

Femme Fatale Friday: Zendaya

BeCos(play) It's Friday

Cosplay this week

Girls of the Redheaded Rebellion

Steampunkin' Like A Boss

Rated R Rule 5 Random

Stickboy Bangkok

Vintage Babe of the Week

"The best posts I have seen this week" - Proof Positive Dude

What is happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere

Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCXVIII)

Rodney's far out space

Fred Dude the red hot blogging Dude

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