Hello again! I’m back. It’s Wednesday evening, and some rain is tapping against my windows while thunder occasionally rolls through the sky overhead. I’d like to think that I’ve seen the last of snow and winter, but I do live in Colorado. If you’ve never had the pleasure of visiting my beautiful state, bipolar weather is the best way to describe it. So, although I’m enjoying tastes of spring, I’m in no way convinced that I’m completely finished with the snow. Mother’s Day is when I can be confident. Until then… I read and write. Tonight – some news. You knew that was coming, didn’t you?
The first tidbit that caught my eye–copying Stonehenge with cars. Something to talk about – definitely. Worth visiting? Hmm… You tell me.
Interesting. I wouldn’t have immediately jumped to mold as the cause of creepy sounds and visions of spectral beings. Who knew?
This last news item has me intrigued beyond belief. What if their predictions are correct? Definite game changer. I love science!
That’ll do it for me once again. Have a fabulous evening and an even better weekend. See you in seven.
I would visit Carhenge. I believe there’s alien life out there.
I love Carhenge! That’s such a cool idea! I was hoping the toxic mold was caused by ghosts as opposed to the toxicity causing delusional ghost sightings. I believe the NASA guy – but I’m sure he means any life, like microscopic cells, not complicated life forms. Have a great week, Kim!
I know that you’re right about the life being microscopic, but… So many possibilities. 😉
Carhenge is rather cool. I’d stop to check it out.
I just saw a posting from a friend with young boys who did check it out, and they loved it.
I read the article about alien life too. On the one hand, logic dictates if we exist, we can’t be the only ones. On the other hand, if we were a freak accident, due to very specific conditions on a very particular day/year/century/millennia, we would be completely alone!
I hope we’re not alone–it makes everything much more interesting.