One Wonders

Oooooooooooo …  🙂

Care for a stroll to the edge of our Universe? Please meet the new Hubble eXtreme Deep Field (XDF). Just 13.2 billion light years away, watch hydrogen light up the Dark Ages.
Do “ozone destroyers” roll down from the industrial North? During normal winters? How about the halogens (Iodides and Bromides) from the Antarctic sea ice shelves and from sea spray, volcanoes, polar magnetic fields, cosmic rays ? Another human folly? Hmm …      
Was that an unnatural man made beast visiting New York’s “Sandy” shores? Or maybe just one of many similar natural hazards that humans are adapting very well to? Better forecasts led to less casualties and smaller material losses … good.

Hydrogen & Helium, Bromine & Iodine, H2O & CO2 – we love those chemicals … or not?
One wonders why we willingly wantonly wildly worry?
eXtremely Beastly Brady  😉

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One Response to One Wonders

  1. omanuel says:

    Hi Brad.

    The universe seems to be doing better than our tiny corner of it.

    Here’s a Halloween Message on Climategate Fear-Mongers versus Reality

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