Scientists are ready to announce that Solar Cycle 24 has officially begun.

Solar Cycle 24 will be big and intense. Peaking in 2011 or 2012, the cycle to come could have significant impacts on telecommunications, air traffic, power grids and GPS systems. (And don't forget the Northern Lights!) In this age of satellites and cell phones, the next solar cycle could make itself felt as never before.

The furious storms won't start right away, however. Solar cycles usually take a few years to build to a frenzy and Cycle 24 will be no exception. "We still have some quiet times ahead," says Hathaway.

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Been a while since I posted! Very busy....still am ^.^ So what better way to make up for lost time than with a lolcat?!

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Fast video today for NaPodPoMo. Enjoy

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Soundbiting for the heck of it

A recording a friend of mine made.....yes, he was bored.

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Random Image: Movie Edition

Because you know you love Ethan Hawke

With the opening theme to accompany it!

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Flying Stars

Flying Stars
Originally uploaded by Teleyinex
Wishing for you
is as easy as
wishing on a star.
I don’t know
if it will come true
or not.
I can only
for you.
A day will dawn
after the night passes
a day when
I’ll see you
A wish come true.


Huge mural

Mural on a Houston building

Big Balls at Minute Maid Stadium

Beatle's, nuff said

The Beatles are regarded as one of the most influential bands in rock history. Their unique compositions, which for a long time were influenced by their recreational drug use, struck a chord with the 60's generation of counterculture. It is sad to note that one of the biggest online music stores, the iTunes Music store, has very little of Th Beatles' music, as this could open up their brand of music to a large audience which before this, wouldn't have considered it. We need more innovative people like John Lennon and George Harrison to move the music industry forward.

Now playing on iTunes:
The Beatles - I Want You (She's So Heavy)
via FoxyTunes

Sentada en la silla probando

Otro set de rattan

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Rattan 1

Signos de calle en Houston

Sage Rd