from the New York Times At a news conference near the crash site, Robert L. Sumwalt, the current N.T.S.B. chairman, ruled out foul play and said investigators initially believed that a switch had been manually thrown and then padlocked. “The key to this investigation is learning why that switch was lined that way because the expectation was, of course, that the Amtrak train would operate like this,” he said, pointing to a whiteboard showing the

PBS debuted in the U.S. on October 5, 1970, from Boston, Massachusetts. It has since moved to Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of Washington D.C., but looking at the its natal chart, its mission has always remained the same: good family entertainment and solid information. Its original programming schedule has a three-fold attack. They aimed mornings at children like Sesame Street and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood; they filled afternoons with instructional help from Julia Child and others; evenings

On September 22, 2020, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite acquired this late-morning natural-color image as Hurricane Teddy approached the Canadian Maritimes. The U.S. National Hurricane Center warned of heavy rain and strong winds across the region, as well as large, destructive waves on the south coast of Nova Scotia. Teddy the earliest 19th named storm of any Atlantic hurricane season that runs from June 1st to November 30th. At 5 p.m. Atlantic

Trump nominates Barrett in the Rose Garden I originally stated it would happen at 12 noon but it was the Ceremony occurred at 5 pm and President Trump made the announcement at 5:05 PM – I clocked it. Luckily yesterday, and before the Times made its announcement, I pulled our Lagoa picked and went with Coney Barrett after reading more about the potentials. I rectified Barrett’s chart but am not releasing it.  Who’s Who? This

It’s still a locomotive btw and again no interceptions so we are back to the Morinus layout that gives us 26 Virgo “a porter with overstuffed luggage” for our map. We have a Grand Trine in Fire, frankly I like the Mesopotamian method using planets instead of Ptolemaic elements much better, but that’s another story. Whither goes Venus Venus in Leo has morphed from the Wuhan Virus to Madame Justice Ginsburg, who died of Venus

While his official name was Gustave the Good on the premise that whatever you’re nickname is surely what you are not, but we called him Gusto because he was full of life and energy. He was a borzoi — a Russian Wolfhound — that we had to put to asleep 2 weeks before his tenth birthday, August 18, 2010 (time unknown) because he became paralyzed sometime Sunday afternoon. We believe it was cancer though we

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