Joyanna Adams

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Higgs Boson? Sounds Like a Porn Star

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The big question everybody had when the scientists decided that everything came from a “big bang” and then we all thought, “Oh, right, what was BEFORE the big bang which created something out of nothing?”

Now there is: The GOD Particle. MIchio seems pretty excited about it.

But, if the big bang was just another bubble floating around, and there may be many of these bubbles floating around, we still have the same question don’t we?

Who made the big bubbles of time? Or even parallel universes?

I wish my other self in that parallel universe that they say exist underneath Alaska would contact me and explain it.

Most of all, I get a kick out of people like Michio just getting excited about ideas.

I miss that, don’t you?

Don’t you wish that Bill Gates or Fauci would just for once say, “Hey, think of it…this may lead to cures to ALL viruses!”

No, they say, “The world will never be the same and never recover. Go BACK into your hole!”

We need more Michio’s and less Faucios


May 23, 2020 Posted by | Space | | Leave a comment

Let’s Compare Size

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You don’t have to be a kid out of school with nothing to do to enjoy this.

But it does make me wonder what size a virus is in this video.

AND do they exist all throughout the universe too?

April 18, 2020 Posted by | Space | | Leave a comment

Imagine THIS Conversation Anywhere on Late Night.

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Just imagine turning on the Tonight Show now and hearing an intelligent conversation like this.

It’s all about stupid stuff now:  trash people, make up stupid games, and attack the President.

Even a liberal would like this.

Johnny Carson asked intelligent questions…another thing you don’t hear anymore.

Ah….the good old days when opinions were treated with respect, and humans were meant to be curious and wonder about the answers to everything.

THAT was progress.

Anyway, enjoy the mind of Carl Sagan, from 1978.

A great American.





April 12, 2019 Posted by | Space | | Leave a comment

Nobody Flashes New Planets WITHOUT Maxine Waters!

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—Some wonderfully exciting news!

Not only have they discovered some planets that could have life, we can now predict with almost 99% accuracy that not ONE of those planets has a Maxine Waters living there.

That’s a joyous thought in itself.

Actually, I was a bit surprised at how ‘shocked’ all these scientists were to find planets.

Come on, don’t they ever look up?

(I’m liking Planet E)

February 25, 2017 Posted by | Space, Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Pluto: Exciting and…full of All Kind of Stuff.

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Remember that poor mistreated mere ‘rock’ that Al Gore’s scientists kept knocking off the planet’s list? I was mad when they did that. After all, it was part of every kid’s science project…making Pluto out of paper and getting to paint it …and then getting to roll the planets around the classroom floor.  I thought Pluto was so cute and little, I wanted to take it home and look at it on m shelf.

Well, PLUTO is BACK!

Planet, moons and all. And New Horizons tells you about the exciting things being found out.



October 11, 2015 Posted by | Space | , | Leave a comment

Nobody Flashes Butterfly Bubbles…

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Nobody Flashes a good morning and something to think about…


August 30, 2015 Posted by | Space | | Leave a comment

Nobody Flashes the Moon Going Past the Earth…or…Maybe not.

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I saw this on Kim Komando’s site, (Yes I get her emails) and she posted it convinced that NASA really released this picture of the Moon going by the earth.

If you check around though, many people, including myself, think it’s a bit funny. I mean, it just goes STRAIGHT….and out into the void….And if it is fake, couldn’t NASA have done a better job?

Anybody have any opinions?

August 9, 2015 Posted by | Space, Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Nobody Flashes The !0th Wonder of the World…Hubble!

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A tribute to Hubble!

(At least this Nobody thinks it should be the 10th wonder.)

April 26, 2015 Posted by | Space, Uncategorized | , | 2 Comments

Nobody’s Email: The International Space Station and John Lear

Nobody Reads Email and BOOK:

If I was going to be in outer space for a while, I think I’d want Reid Wiseman up there with me. What a GREAT attitude!


Here’s a little something I thought fascinating from this morning’s read. It’s from an interview with John Lear, who was the son of the inventor of the Lear Jet, a pilot and X-CIA agent himself, who was taken to Area 51 with a man called Bob Lazar some time ago, and shown proof of UFO’s. Bob was hired to reverse engineer a downed UFO years ago, and Lear explains the technology of the energy fuel used by “aliens” below in this passage:

Lear also said that Bob Lazar gave him detailed accounts and descriptions of the work he was doing at S-4. “He was trying to reverse engineer the same system that propelled these craft hundreds of thousands of light years away.” To illustrate how Lazar explained it to him, Lear displayed a model of the propulsion generating system the create used the Lazar worked on. He took the domed cap off the model to show what looked like an upside down water spigot. Inside the cap covering the spigot was a piece of fuel called element 115. “Bob said that we have five hundred pound of this stuff at Los Alamos, ” Lear revealed.

John explained that the generator shoots protons in the tip of the element 115 fuel source, bumping the 115 up to element 116, at which point, because it is highly unstable, it instantly decays, releasing enormous amounts of energy. This incredible release of energy, according to what Lazar told Lear, allows the craft to violate the conventional laws of physics and travel at unheard-of speeds. In harnessing the energy, the speed of the craft is actually an illusion, because the craft doesn’t move through space in conventional ways, as an aircraft does, but moves space through and around it.

“What they do, “Lear said, “Is to pull space around them and wrap it around them and that’s what allows them to travel so quickly across the vast distances of space. They are not traveling through space, but pulling it towards them. ” He also explained that in pulling space, slipping it around the craft like a stream, the propulsion system also warped time inside the slipstream itself. It would give the perception that time was standing still.

Many people think UFO’s are just silly topics, and others think they are real.

As for me, I’m open-minded about it all. EVIDENTLY, they have no clue how to make this 115, or they do know, and have no plans to disrupt Google’s Windmills.

Just thought I’d share the passage, because I thought it would go along with this very fun video.

(From the book: UFO: Hunters, William J. Birnes)


November 8, 2014 Posted by | science, Space, Uncategorized | , | 3 Comments

There’s Always Good in Hubble Heaven…

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Here’s a few pictures for a Sunday afternoon to get our minds off of Boston and disturbed humans wanting to blow up cities: Here are four of my favorite new pictures taken by Hubble. For more spectacular pictures…go here.


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April 20, 2013 Posted by | Space, Uncategorized | , | 1 Comment

News on the Universe…Like it Really Matters…

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We have some updates on the universe….quick!Allen Telescope

Closer scrutiny of radiation left over from the creation of the universe shows the Big Bang took place about 13.8 billion years ago, 100 million years earlier than previous estimates, scientists said on Thursday.

Nobody wants to know where they found this radiation, what kind of box do they have it in, and how SURE are they that the 100 million is the right figure? After all, they don’t even know what all that black dark matter stuff is. They don’t even know how we got Joe Biden as President…

Can we trust this? And more importantly, have they figured out yet who caused that Big Bang?

They also said this:

“We can see the subtle effects of gravitational pulls from literally everything in the universe.”

Yes, I see the subtle effects of gravitational pull every time I look in the mirror. And this guy gets big bucks to say stuff like this?

The good news is: we have another 100 million years to figure it all out.

March 25, 2013 Posted by | humor, Space | , , | 2 Comments

Nobody Gets Email: Dance to the SugarPlums in the Universe

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I love this. I have one childhood memory that sticks out from all the rest. I must have been all of three years old, because in the memory, I was sitting in the backseat of my Dad’s car waiting in the dark to pick up my mom at some store. The family moved to Naples, Florida when I was four…so therefore, I had to be three…since it was here in St. Louis.

It was Christmas time, and we were parked in a parking lot, outside a Mall. My father was in the front seat, and my mom seemed to be taking a long time.  I remember the backseat seemed as big as a boat, and I was curled up with my favorite blanket and gazing high up into the sky. Minutes before I had heard the, “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” on the intercom outside, and asked about it, and I remember looking at my dad, and he told me the story of how all the toys in the Mall came alive and danced, to the music. I don’t know how he knew that, but I believed him, and my mind of course went crazy..picturing all the toys inside the mall…and what if I could locked inside for the night and watch them…oh boy, would mom and dad be mad? And oh boy…that was fun to think about that…and the music was like nothing I had ever heard before, because of course, my parents only listened to Benny Goodman. Dad must have seen it on Lawrence Welk because my grandmother always had that on every week.

It seemed we were there for hours, and I remember gazing up at the sky, and asking my father about the stars. I honestly think it was the first time I had really looked at them, and he must have told me there were millions and they were far away, and right away, I knew that I was the tiniest thing on the planet…no bigger than a grain of sand. It was at that moment that I realized this planet was tiny, I was even tineir…and it was the scariest thing imaginable. Maybe my father told me that…I don’t remember…BUT it put the most horrendous fear of how insignificant I was compared to that vast universe, that I hide under the blanket until mom got to the car.  I was powerless. And if you think about it, my ‘Nobody” self is still under that blanket. (LOL!)

My love for music came from that moment I think. I became a musician, a dancer, and a lover of the stars. To this day, “The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” is one of my favorite songs, and no matter WHERE I am when I hear it, I stop everything and listen to it all the way through.

Tchaikovsky suffered from deep depressions, and committed suicide. And yet, he left us a small universe of music….His star still shines in this little girl’s heart.

My first piano!

My first piano!

Somehow, music and the universe are meant to be one. Music IS math in so many ways.

My liberal friend just sent me an email..he was upset that in Texas they were thinking about teaching the kids about intelligent design along with evolution. Really, he was horrified. (He HAS no children of his own, and probably never will, being as he is 75.)

So I wrote him back and told him Einstein believed in intelligent design. (LOL!)  And Einstein would agree, so many IQ’s…are lackig imagination. Without imagination, you are only halfway there.

Wait…Let’s make this complete: Here, close your eyes and picture yourself as that grain of sand in the vast universe and TELL me…this song doesn’t fit. I no longer hide under the blankets.

I just smile. And thankfully, I grew into my ears.

ENJOY! (Thanks to Ant)


February 16, 2013 Posted by | humor, Life, Space, Uncategorized | , , | 4 Comments

Nobody’s Email: A Space Station Tour Worth Watching.

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If you have ever wondered what the space station really looks like, go on a really fun tour with Commander Sunny Williams, who is a wonderful tour guide. She explains everything,

Notice, the Russians, don’t wave. Also notice, they still use plain old paper and pens. And unbelievably, they have many different types of toilet paper to choose from. Only a woman would go into such detail.

Nobody Notes: We can’t send our own spaceships into space anymore, but we can supply the mad dog Egyptian Brotherhood with a bunch of F-16’s.

Somebody want to explain that to me? How about explaining it to Sunny? No?

Anyway, I know it’s long but it’s the best one I’ve seen.  Sunny is a woman after my own heart.


(Thanks to J.R. )



January 26, 2013 Posted by | science, Space, Space Exploration | , , , | 1 Comment

Did Russia Win the Space Race?

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Do you remember what you were doing when America put the first man on the moon? Okay, so you were three. That’s no excuse.

It was just the biggest deal in America, and it was all because the Russians put a dog and then a man up in space, and JFK just couldn’t take that. So we went to the moon. (Okay, some say it was faked…I have no clue.)

And then the rest of our lives…we heard not another word about Russia and its space program…unless of course you happened to read the National Geographic issue of October 1986:

“Behind this bold undertaking (The Russians were going up to fix their space station) is the accumulated experience of a space faring nation second to none. Soviet Space pioneers and passengers have carried aloft from 11 other lands, have logged 12 years of space travel amassing a record of solid achievements and spectacular firsts. By contrast the United States in 55 manned missions has accumulated less than five years of space experience.”

Remember: This was 1986.

As you remember, after the Shuttle blew up during Reagan’s term in office, we slowly seemed to lose interest. Not the Russians. They have been steady, and relentless. I hate to seem ignorant on having even thought about this until now, but I got mad last night, because some American scientist who was getting really excited —talking about going back to Titan and other Moons around Saturn and then he said that he hoped Obama got reelected, and gets a boost from some of the things being planned—well–that comment simply floored me.

Our space program was closed down by Obama. Russia now charges us for passage to space. So WHY again would this scientist want Obama to be President?

The Russians have done some remarkable things: Here’s a bit from Wikipedia in case, like me, you missed it:

Over its sixty-year history, this primarily classified military program was responsible for a number of pioneering accomplishments in space flight, including the first intercontinental ballistic missile (1957), first satellite (Sputnik-1), first animal in space (the dog Laika on Sputnik 2), first human in space and Earth orbit (cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin on Vostok 1), first woman in space and Earth orbit (cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova on Vostok 6), first spacewalk (cosmonaut Alexey Leonov on Voskhod 2), first Moon impact (Luna 2), first image of the far side of the moon (Luna 3) and unmanned lunar soft landing (Luna 9), first space rover, first space station, and first interplanetary probe.

What would JFK have said were he alive, about the fact that we closed the American manned space program and now depend on Russia to get us there?

Nobody Wonders.


October 24, 2012 Posted by | American History, Space, Space Exploration, Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

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