Jul 202014
 

Episode 6 – Super Scope 10,000 – Part 2 Originally Released on July 3rd, 2005

When I was creating this strip a member of the astronomy forums that I used to run was talking about a massive, new mirror that he was shopping for to build a large scope for his observatory. That got me thinking about what it would be like to try and work with such a scope, so I brought back the Super Scope 10,000 for some more air time. Robby finally got his mirror for his scope, and he ran out to install it right away. Robby did not plan for one minor detail though….
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Jul 192014
 

witchhunt

Imagine you are an all powerful god. Through the use of your voice you can sing things into existence. You can speak a word and things are uncreated. Nothing is beyond the power of your voice. You even created the very world through your singing. Now, imagine you have been struck mute, and are forced to live among those you created in the world you fashioned. Continue reading »

Jul 062014
 

Episode 5 – Festival of Lights

Originally Released on June 26th, 2005

The idea behind this one is just simply an observation: as the the nation grows, light pollution spreads, and truly dark places are getting harder and harder to find and get to. One has to wonder how long it will be before all the black areas are removed from the light pollution maps of the United States. Non-astronomers are obsessed with lighting everything up, so it is only a matter of time…

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Jun 302014
 

Pennsylvania by Michael BunkerAs an avid reader myself, who would lay in bed reading all day long if that was a realistic option, I am often searching for fun books to read. I am looking for books that are optimistic and clean. I only have limited time for reading, so I have gotten very picky over the years. I avoid horror, romance, and so on. I simply do not want to waste my meager reading time with books that are not to my taste. Recently I went out looking for a new book to read and despite being struck by lightning, I grabbed a book called Pennsylvania. Continue reading »