Why do free-floating objects adrift in liquid or air tend to organize their mass into a sphere or orb or circle?
I love it when the universe explodes its furious yesses in one big O, lights up and utters "so, was it good for you?"
Braidy13 November 2008 at 8:36pmPosts: 237 (0 today)Status: offline
you are going to have to cut and paste that BSO link to get to the right page. Sorry about that folks. :-]
Hi Braidy - good to see you and thanks for the update. Hope charm city is treating you well.
Pat Parker14 November 2008 at 2:39amPosts: 2683 (0 today)Status: offline
Welcome Home Braidy!!!
It's great to hear from you and see that you're okay! Sit back, relax and stay awhile, won't you?!
Pat Parker :-] :-]
Ste14 November 2008 at 8:13amPosts: 2647 (0 today)Status: offline
Oh Braidy, btw, if you think of living the planet, don't worry I already did, I'm completely elsewhere! And it's very good there, where I am. If you need to, there is place here!
Memé14 November 2008 at 11:42amPosts: 2378 (0 today)Status: offline
Hello Braidy, wonderful pictures ,as always, Thank you so much!, you made me dream awaken.
Synnie14 November 2008 at 10:35pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Most wonderfull collection!
I have added some to mine, since many things can not be painted, nor even be imagined. . .
Again, many thanks for all this, it made me spend quite some time watching them, and always will.
May you get, what you are really looking for, Braidy!
sesmo15 November 2008 at 11:22amPosts: 1493 (0 today)Status: offline
Hi Braidy, its always a pleasure to catch one of your threads, as there are always beautiful images to keep us occupied with.
Thank you very much.
They are ALL fantastic, but my three favourites have to be the ridges on Mars, the unfurling solar prominence, and the spectre in the Eastern Vale (what stunning colours).
Zenrider16 November 2008 at 4:56pmPosts: 3560 (0 today)Status: offline
The important thing isn't leaving the planet, the important thing is coming back. Love the Nasa photos.