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Rosetta discovers dolphin on comet!!!!1eleven

Sensation! On the just released image from the close flyby of the space probe Rosetta at its comet 67P/Churything-Geramabob you can clearly see a BLACK DOLPHIN!

delphin

It’s UNAMBIGUOUSLY visible how it jumps around happily – it probably didn’t think he was being watched. And since it’s written in CAPITAL LETTERS here, it cannot be wrong!

Uh oh, THEY certainly won’t like this – first Florian exposes the SECRET MESSAGES of the Germknödel (German) (cf. Wikipedia), and now this image!! Note the parallels: dark dolphin jumping from bright areas – dark plum jam in bright yeast dough!!! That can’t be coincidence!!!!

And if somebody now
says that’s just a shadow, this is evidence that they already SOLD OUT to THEM!!!!! That’s an atrocity to which I can only say: … erm… where can I apply for selling out – and being paid well – too?

;)


Rotated and cropped from original photo of European Space Agency – ESA/Rosetta/NavCam, licence: CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

Links and Video of the Week (2013/06-07)

Advent Handicraft

Don’t worry, my blog won’t become a handicraft blog. ;) Since many people decorate their windows before and during the holiday season, I made something for my window, too: a Flying Spaghetti Monster – the true God who created the universe (after drinking heavily), including the divine pirates, the original Pastafarians (→ official website):

my FSM

Backside:

my FSM

Made with two wooden balls (about 6 cm) with a hole through the middle through which I put five pipe-cleaners (50 cm) each – in light brown because the shop had no lighter color (well, so there’s some rye in the spaghetti dough^^) – and twisted them and nine more all over the place, and wrapped dark brown cloth around the balls. Then two styrofoam balls cut off on one side, glued the eyes onto them and stuck them on the eyestalks. Done.

Detail of an eye, and at the window:

my FSM: eye detail my FSM in the window

May His Noodly Appendages touch you!
Ramen

Links of the Week (2012/41)

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Links of the Week (2012/06)

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