ROARING BEAVER APPEARS IN NORTHERN LIGHTS: Seeing animals in clouds is a physiological phenomenon called pareidolia. On Feb. 6th, Markus Varik of Tromsø, Norway, experienced auroradolia. “We saw a roaring beaver in the Northern Lights!” he says.
“Things got even stranger after that. “The shapes we witnessed were unlike anything I have ever seen before as an aurora tour guide,” says Varik. “For about 30 minutes the lights transformed from a beaver to Mother Theresa and many other things. Our guests were as happy as can be!”
“Warning: Auroradolia may be contagious. Browse the gallery for more examples.” Spaceweather.com
This morning while praying up Old Sol I was so distracted by Sunspot AR2699 that I neglected to pay proper homage to the coronal hole on the northeastern face of our star. It’s Old Sol’s way of sending us videos to communicate his reactions to happenings on earth via a solar wind coming off that coronal hole.
As you can easily see, Old Sol has some issues at the moment. When he comes to earth and does the Roaring Beaver, heck, there’s just no telling what he’ll do next.
But stay tuned and remember where you heard it.
I was sitting on the john the other day and began wondering how many rolls of toilet paper I’ve been through in my life. Got to figuring it out in my head based on a roll every two weeks for 74 years roughly.
Comes out to almost 2000 rolls. Just think about that a moment.
Figure a roll is six inches high and six in diameter. it would take a middling size storage locker just to store it all if my parents had to buy it as soon as I got out of the hospital. And I’d have had to drag it around with me all my life in some sort of trailer, I suppose.
But of course as the years went by the amount of paper to haul behind me would have gradually diminished. By now I’d be down to a manageable sized load, I expect.
Gosh, I wonder if I could know how much longer I am going to live by counting how many rolls are left?
Something to think about if you forgot to bring in something to read.