Month: January 2013

Roger That: Ancient Chronicles Inform Modern Science

  From The Telegraph: Some experts highlighted an entry in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle which refers to a “red crucifix” seen in the night sky, but this occurred in 776 – a year too late – and does not explain why no remnants of the event have since been detected by astronomers.  From Roger of Wendover regarding 794 […]

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The Tusk: Comments Better than Blog

The recent comments from Jonny on the Tusk are some of the most insightful internet analysis anywhere regarding the orbit of Comet ISON and somewhat related matters.  I recommend the developing thread to anyone who cares to stand in awe of intelligence beyond our own.   The painting on the left, by the 17th century Dutch painter Atlas van Stolk, depicts the famous […]

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