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tikun olam

by Theodore R. Frimet tikkun olam how Aesop met his end I am having a difficult time incorporating our politics concerning the 2nd Amendment with this unnecessary death. This isn’t the venue, now, for a call to revisit the purposefulness … Continue reading

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Aesop rising

by Theodore R. Frimet Aesop rising her moment, a lifetime. Time is not a constant throughout the universe. An intelligent and sentient life, within or without our galaxy, leads a time compressed experience. Our kissing cousins’ seconds, minutes, or even … Continue reading

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The passing of the shadow

by Theodore R. Frimet The passing of the shadow an “eglimpse” of the future Well, my benefactor, once again, left a gift of a journal on the front table. There it waited patiently for the after event of another great … Continue reading

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void, a bizzaro essay

by Theodore R. Frimet void a bizzaro essay I wrote a bizzaro essay. And am afraid to post it anywhere, other than here. Of course, an AI program at Google will savage me. And commit my drooling words to become … Continue reading

Posted in November 2018, Sidereal Times | Tagged | Leave a comment

The March of the Monkeys

by Theodore R Frimet The March of the Monkeys Cassini crashed the party After writing the Void, I came to the conclusion that it did not service the mindset of the Amateur Astronomy community, one IOTA. So be it my … Continue reading

Posted in November 2018, Sidereal Times | Tagged | Leave a comment

Planetary Protection

by Theodore R. Frimet Planetary Protection and then there were none There are some pretty cool things that come into your email inbox, from time to time. And September 24th was no exception. Hailing from The National Academies of Science … Continue reading

Posted in October 2018, Sidereal Times | Tagged | 1 Comment

I got burned

by Ted Frimet I got burned clouds, sun and the fabric of space-time Well, I was out late last night, with my 12” Dobsonian, and my feral cat Priss. She was a good girl, and stayed aloof, while the local … Continue reading

Posted in September 2018, Sidereal Times | Tagged | Leave a comment

ring around the rosies

by Ted Frimet ring around the rosies carmen sandiego ? A few months ago, AAAP Program Chair, Ira Polans, invited Dr. James Lowenthal of Smith College to lecture our club on a Tuesday night, in Princeton. Dr. Lowenthal wooed us … Continue reading

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