This is the quintessential definition of wonderment the beauty that lies above and around us! our phenomenal galaxy! Ladies and gentlemen may the force of nature be with thee;
here is a quote from NASA:
In this cosmic snapshot, the spectacularly symmetrical wings of Hen 2-437 show up in a magnificent icy blue hue. Hen 2-437 is a planetary nebula, one of around 3,000 such objects known to reside within the Milky Way.
Located within the faint northern constellation of Vulpecula (The Fox), Hen 2-437 was first identified in 1946 by Rudolph Minkowski, who later also discovered the famous and equally beautiful M2-9 (otherwise known as the Twin Jet Nebula). Hen 2-437 was added to a catalog of planetary nebula over two decades later by astronomer and NASA astronaut Karl Gordon Henize.
Planetary nebulae such as Hen 2-437 form when an aging low-mass star — such as the sun — reaches the final stages of life. The star swells to become a red giant, before casting off its gaseous outer layers into space. The star itself then slowly shrinks to form a white dwarf, while the expelled gas is slowly compressed and pushed outwards by stellar winds. As shown by its remarkably beautiful appearance, Hen 2-437 is a bipolar nebula — the material ejected by the dying star has streamed out into space to create the two icy blue lobes pictured here.
Now to flip the tables upside down and visit our planet earth and see if we can find any wonders and bang! Hey, presto! i present to you a few quotes being that it is Grand Dada birthday today you know that Kentucky Gentleman that lived in Illinois of all places something great and gritty coming from Illinois, who would have thought likewise? drums roll may the pied pipper play and voila;
- “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a mans character give him power”
- “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other”
- “whatever you are a good one”
- “the best way to predict the future is to create it”
- “i walk slowly but will never walk backward”
- “whenever i hear someone argue for slavery, i feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally”
- “those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves”
- “the people of these united states are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts not to overthrow the constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the constitution”
- “when i do good i feel good, when I do bad I feel bad, that is my religion”
- “better to remain silent and be thought a fool. then to speak out and remove all doubt”
- “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time but you can not fool all the people all of the time”
Some words drip like honey tea and ginseng slurped into the beautiful belly while rocking back and forth on a screened front porch! Georgia peach, Virginia slice or Ohio Sundown, you can’t beat it!! Its a toast to our founding father grand Puba dada “honest Abe!”
The question of the day is as follows; can most folk be fooled all the time or just some of the time? This is a 3 part series and begins at the Senate level? why the Senate level? the following quote will have you squeamish in your chair or you could just do some jumping jacks and yell a Madonna song “if we took a holiday, and some time to celebrate oh yeah”