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by Theodore R Frimet twasi-now, or twasi-later Diapause. One mechanism that we can attribute to the halt in biological development due to unfavorable conditions. When your Sun goes Nova, that would entirely fit the bill, wouldn’t you think? Hmmm. Pull … Continue reading

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First Light with Stellar Spectroscopy

by Rex Parker Spectroscopy has always been an interesting and appealing branch of optics and chemistry ever since I made my first diffraction grating spectroscope for a junior-high science fair project. Of course spectroscopy has many scientific applications today, especially … Continue reading

Posted in December 2011, Sidereal Times | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment