Visitors will have places to start. Bacteria occupy
the black sandstone cliffs, carrying broken glasslike
ice cleats. The views have re-ordered the lake bottom.
Visitors will have to gut the city for stained glass
to be filed smooth like deadly icicles.
Drugs won't be the only attraction this year.
Visitors will have piled up clear ice plates
potentially suited for window glass.
Weather willing, you can see boulders on Wednesday.
-- Glenn R. Frantz
Apostle Islands ice caves to open Saturday
Deadly diarrhea disease infects 500,000 in U.S. each year
Boston bomber's lawyers challenge jury-selection process
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Thursday, February 05, 2015
A dandy present for plankton birthdays is plankton.
A hint of an androgynous Cinderella,
scrubbing fossils excavated from a fiasco.
Half-scale sea monsters in database robes appear
with disastrous predictions from their insurer.
Earth's employees, shackles thrown, reside in phantom shells
as quietly as numbers in a cyber gargoyle.
The sophisticated plankton millions
release a giant anthem of whispers in half canon.
-- Glenn R. Frantz
Anthem Blue Cross hack: Millions of records breached
Ancient Climate Records Predict Earth will Enter Warm Epoch
The Wachowskis & the Curse of the Matrix
Posted by Lance Newman at Thursday, February 05, 2015
Monday, February 02, 2015
The glorious winter night begins.
Moons swing from side to side.
Brilliant Venus is still with us.
The earth’s crust is rebounding.
The accelerated melting of the glaciers
coincides with the onset of warming.
It’s a real language that copies
what’s on the showing.—Mathematical formulas
made of anything except of flesh and bones.
-- Ali Znaidi
Starwatch: The February night sky
Iceland rises as its glaciers melt from climate change
These Robots Imitate What They See Instantly
Posted by Lance Newman at Monday, February 02, 2015