that's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "The New VP Candidate" and it's joe biden and paul ryan. it's also very funny.
time to thank curiosity. the land rover who can ... did!
already we've learned something new and important about mars as a result of curiosity's mission. upi reports, 'Plate tectonics, a phenomenon long thought to exist nowhere in our solar system but on Earth, is also taking place on Mars, a U.S. researcher says.'
salem news has an editorial which opens:
NASA stuck the landing. It was a 10. Space geeks around the country cheered and hugged.
Curiosity, the latest NASA vehicle to explore Mars, hit its mark last Monday after an eight-month, 352-million-mile journey.
It also whet an appetite for space exploration that has been going since John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth in 1962.
curiosity really is inspiring and holding the country's attention.
the mancave weighs in with:
Now we’re not denying that The Olympics were an amazing spectacle. The world’s greatest athletes displaying feats of incredible athleticism and determination is always fun to watch. But no matter how fast Usain Bolt runs or how many dozens of medals that merman Phelps manages to get can we all agree that the Olympics was essentially a glorified track meet compared to landing a robot on the surface of Mars safely?
While the world’s jocks were off being stronger, faster and just evolutionarily speaking, better than the rest of us, the world’s nerds were getting busy being smarter, more ambitious and a hell of a lot crazier.
i agree with that. i'm sure it's controversial to some.
the olympics are a moment to celebrate.
the mission to mars paves the way for so much more, so much lasting.
let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'