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  1. I expected lack of potential in star size objects could leave them without plasma atmosphere as our sun has. Electrical activity that produces plasma state of an atmosphere must have been lacking there. Our solar system has its magnetic bodies working with or against each other as a large generator to produce such things as plasma here but maybe some stars are not as lucky. It is sure, a stars overall magnetic field at its magnetic equatorial zone, even as in quantum level physics would present us with the magnetic induction zone that keeps the planetary bodies in stable orbits and them that fight that stable orbit would create a bit of the energy that turns star atmospheres to a state of plasma. Anyway, Magnetic Universe Theory is very early in development, much still to ponder into the bigger picture. 😉

  2. On this date in History – April 24,
    1184 BC – The Greeks enter Troy using the Trojan Horse (traditional date)
    1066 – Halley's Comet sparks English monk to predict country'll be destroyed
    1865 – Fire alarm & police telegraph system put into operation (San Francisco)
    1899 – Two women and one son lived to tell the story of being picked up by a tornado and carried more than a fourth of a mile, flying far above the church steeples, before being gently set down again. The young boy and one of the ladies said they had the pleasure of flying alongside a horse. The horse "kicked and struggled" as it flew high above, and was set down unharmed about a mile away. (The Weather Channel)
    1908 – Severe thunderstorms spawned 18 tornadoes over across the Central Gulf Coast States claiming the lives of 310 people
    1913 – The skyscraper Woolworth Building in New York City is opened, 241.4 meters (792 ft)
    1915 – Massacre of Armenians by Turks starts (Armenian Martyrs Day)
    1925 – 88°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in April
    1928 – Fathometer, which measures underwater depth, patented
    1946 – Death Valley, CA set their April high temperature record with 113°F (45°C)
    1953 – Winston Churchill knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
    1960 – Heavy earthquake strikes South Persia, 500 killed
    1962 – 1st Lockheed A-12 is taxi tested (becomes SR-71)
    1970 – China PR launches its 1st satellite transmitting song "East is Red"
    1985 – Pushed by high winds, a late snow storm buried the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland Canada with a foot of snow. Clean-up was slow as most of the snow-clearing equipment was being readied for summer storage
    1990 – US 66th manned space mission STS 31 (Discovery 10) launches into orbit
    2007 – Severe thunderstorms injured several people when coconuts fell from trees during a Buddhist monk's ordination party in Thailand. According to this story from the U.K.Meteorology Office, two people were killed by a tree that fell in the midst of a thunderstorm
    2010 – Six tornadoes tracked across parts of Northeast Louisiana and Central Mississippi. Two were EF-1, three were EF-2 and one was EF-4. The EF-4 tornado began near Tallulah, LA, and tracked 149.25 miles to Oktibbeha County, Mississippi. The greatest damage occurred in Yazoo City where the tornadic winds hit their max of 170 mph. At this point, the tornado was 1.75 miles wide. Ten deaths were attributed to this tornado
    2013 – 33 people are killed and 115 are injured after a magnitude 5.7 earthquake strikes Jalalabad, Afghanistan

  3. Good Morning Ben & Observers! Thanks Ben! Cold blue star? Look forward to hearing more about that 🙂 60°here at 8:25 am in the rainforest & after a predicted sunny day yesterday, they LIED! Rain & drizzle on & off all day until about 5 pm when the SUN smiled. Looks like it coming out now so I'm hoping for a lovely warm day! Yeh, I'm a little late but was up working on my next blogpost & site. Blog should be up by noon! Come check it out, leave me a comment to let me know you've been .Have a great day everyone & be careful out there!

  4. Thanks Ben, Kat and all 0s… 54 degrees @ 8AM heading to a high somewhere around 80 degrees… lots of sunshine. Collards, squash, tomatoes and pepper plants looking good. Plum, pear, apricot and peach trees looking good… wild berry vines loaded with fruit. Enjoying the weather and my time playing in the dirt. As always much love, joy and peace of mind without ill will intent and prejudice… enjoy you day folks!!!

  5. GM All…63°F with rain in Coastal Carolina. As of 9:00 a.m EST, 2.80 inches of rain has fallen since midnight. Barometric pressure 29.89 inHg and falling. Winds have veered from NW to SE in the past hour. Today marks the third anniversary of our son taking his own life. Condolences to all who have lost a loved one to suicide.

  6. Good morning Ben! Everyone else that didn’t provide a link today is getting shunned for not providing links yesterday. Ben, this is great. I can’t wait to dig into these juicy links you provided this morning. They look tasty. There are only two types of people in this world; Those who run from Bigfoot and those who run with Bigfoot. Never get caught without your links. 24 hour shun for everyone else! Get your links or Bigfoot will beat you! Now Jack me a link!

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