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November 30, 1954

On November 30, 1954, a Sylacauga, Alabama woman, Ann Hodges, was taking an afternoon nap in her living room when a meteor burst through her roof and struck her, severely bruising her waist and hip. This is the only known, … Continue reading

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November 26, 1965

On November 26, 1965, France became the third country to enter space when it launched its first satellite, the Diamant-A. Who else knew the French were also belated involved with the Space Race? I mean besides some sad French school … Continue reading

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November 21, 1676

On November 21, 1676, famous Danish astronomer Ole Romer presented the first quantitative measurement of the speed of light. He said it was “Hurtigere end smurt gåseskit” which equated to 212,000 km/s. This was amazingly close for 1676, as the … Continue reading

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November 1, 1952

On November 1, 1952, the United States exploded the first hydrogen bomb on Eniwetok Atoll in the Marshall Islands. No Ewoks were harmed in this test explosion. That’s because Ewoks live on the forest moon of Endor and are imaginary … Continue reading

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October 19, 1,450,000,002 BCE

On October 19, 1,450,000,002 BCE, the first single cell organism evolved a mitochondria. The rest of the single cell organisms sniffed and one of them, Steve, said, “Isn’t that just like Sharon, always trying something new. SHE claims it will … Continue reading

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October 15, 1991

On October 15, 1991, astronomers and scientists detected an astonishing event at the Fly’s Eye camera at the Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. They detected the “Oh-My-God” particle, which was an ultra-high-energy cosmic ray and at the time was the … Continue reading

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October 9, 2020

October 9, 2020, is National Nanotechnology Day in the United States. If Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and the digital representation of Steve Jobs all see their shadows, the microships embedded in the American population through the vaccination program will notify … Continue reading

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September 26, 1991

On September 26, 1991, Four men and four women entered “Biosphere II” in Oracle, Arizona. It was a scientific project intended to understand the dangers and hazards of future space colonies. On September 26, 1993, all eight people exited the … Continue reading

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September 14, 2015

On September 14, 2015, in Livingston, LA and Hanford, WA, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory detectors detected gravitational waves for the first time. After checking and rechecking their data and instruments… Continue reading

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September 12, 1940

On September 12, 1940, Marcel Ravidat, an 18-year-old apprentice garage mechanic took his dog, Robot, for a walk in the hills near his home in Montignac. Montignac is in the Dordogne region of southwestern France. While in the… Continue reading

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