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Comment by Doone yesterday

Water, water everywhere 

Ceres, as the new research shows, was recently active and may still be, containing a vast reservoir of groundwater and exhibiting a form of cryovolcanism (in which groundwater reaches the surface) not seen before in a celestial object. Subsurface oceans on icy moons, like Jupiter’s Europa and Saturn’s Enceladus, are kept warm by tidal interactions exerted by their host planets, but the same cannot be said for planet-less objects in the asteroid belt. On Ceres, this phenomenon is more a matter of chemistry, as the subsurface water remains in a slushy state due to its high salt content.

https://gizmodo.com/dwarf-planet-ceres-has-a-secret-saltwater-ocean...

Comment by Doone on Sunday

Just to be clear, I am still waiting for the 2nd version of the SSL certificate.  Like the 1st version from Friday made matters worse. My apologies again.  = click on the Not Secure button at the top.

Comment by Mrs.B on Sunday

I do that, Stephen.

Comment by Stephen on Sunday

Mrs B to temporarily stop the warning pop-ups press the advanced button and then press the atheist universe.net tag at the bottom. It will only stop the pop-ups   

Comment by Mrs.B on Sunday

I've never seen it this bad, Randy, but Doone said he's working on it this weekend.

Comment by Randall Smith on Sunday

Happy belated birthday, Spud! I have a couple more years to reach your age--hopefully!

Enjoyed your comments, Joan. (I, too, am having trouble getting on to this site. I keep receiving "Not secure" statements.

Comment by Chris B on Sunday

Congrats, Spud, I hope there're good times for you in this year!

So perhaps I'm one of the young ones here - 66 and received my first old age pension last month. Not doing anything special, apart from transitioning with Luca.

You feel only 30 years have passed...  perhaps we all feel younger than the calender says, I feel not older than 40ish.

Comment by Joan Denoo on Saturday

I am 84-years young and making "good trouble."  No more of these nonsense thoughts and acts of racism, sexism, and religionism. 

I have no interest in persuading others to think and act as I do; I do have an interest in being able to think and act in my self-interest in nonviolent ways and harm no one and walk gently on the Earth. 

“We must continue to teach the way of peace, the way of love, the philosophy and the discipline of non-violence. And never, ever give up on any of our brothers and sisters. We’re one people; we’re one family.”

— In an interview with MSNBC in late May 2020 about protests that were sweeping the nation.

Comment by Joan Denoo on Saturday

I'm a progressive, atheist, radical, trouble maker living in a conservative, agnostic, fundamentalist

community and I am thriving. Being a survivor of the 1968 civil rights movement and part of the group of blacks and whites who marched, picketed, sat-in, "trouble makers" and also a part of the John Lewis group of non-violent civil rights movement, I know how to stand up, speak out, and "get in good trouble." 

"King 'inspired me to stand up, to speak up, and speak out. And I got in the way, I got in trouble — good trouble, necessary trouble. ...You must find a way to get in the way and get in good trouble, necessary trouble. … You have a moral obligation, a mission and a mandate, when you leave here, to go out and seek justice for all. You can do it. You must do it.'”

Comment by Mrs.B on Saturday

I'm 73 Spud, so most of us are in the same range. I think there's is 11 years between Joan & me, as we're both January babies.

Patricia

 
 
 

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