re: 91082A obs 19 sep 00263

From: Walter Nissen (
Date: Wed Sep 20 2000 - 08:37:08 PDT

  • Next message: Paul Gabriel: "re: 91082A obs 19 sep 00263" ("Paul Gabriel") writes:
    > not obvious to me why only "early." why not some early, some late??
    A somewhat analogous question might provide some insight:
         When adding energy to popping corn, why aren't
         some of the kernels crushed into tiny specks?
    Or, going the other direction, put balloons into a freezer.
    Walter Nissen         
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    P.S.  Lest there be any confusion arising from the matter-of-factness of
    my previous message:  The high pass of the dynamic duo of Atlantis and
    ISS was _ABSOLUTELY SPECTACULAR_!  So was Mir the preceding evening.
    Lightness has its place -- Giverny.  Look into it.
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