Thursday 2/14 is Valentine's Day a time for music and romance.
Discovering the Secrets of Long-Term Love Scientific American
Love, Explained: The Science of Romance Scientific American
Valentine's Day: Why Do We Celebrate It? National Geographic
Ancient Kissing Wasn't Just for Valentines National Geographic
Valentine's Day Facts: Gifts, History, and Love Science National Geographic
Valentine's Day Rx: Four Future Love Drugs National Geographic
When Cold, We Want Romance Live Science
What Falling in Love Does to the Brain Live Science
The Romantic Evolution of True Love Live Science
The Most Tragic Love Stories in History Live Science
The Strangest Valentine's Day Stories Live Science
Elephant Love Calls and Triangles Science Daily
Wildlife Salute Valentines Day Of Their Own Science Daily
History of Valentine's Day
2/14 Zero Hour
Hank Galliston is a self-professed paranormal junkie, but his experience is mainly limited to his magazine Modern Skeptic until the day his wife is abducted from her antique clock shop, pulling him into a mystery that stretches around the globe and over centuries. Hank learns that one of his wife's clocks contains a treasure map that may lead to something cataclysmic, and he must unlock its secrets while making sure it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. Hank's associates, Rachel and Arron, and FBI agent Becca Riley join him as he races against time to find his wife and save humanity.
Zero Point Merge
What's left for this week? For me it's about Valentine Day and my 70th birthday celebration in Nashville.
No memo for readers this year about Valentine's Day - just go out have some fun. If no one is in your heart, so be it. If you're clinging onto a relationship that is either dysfunctional and over, this will show you how evolved out of the program you are - just move on.
I leave for Nashville on Friday morning with local friends Pat (Manhattan) and Mallory (Brooklyn) to be meet up in Nashville with Brenda flying in from San Diego, (birthday on Friday), and Ellie from Nashville (birthday on Sunday). We have plans ... lots of plans ... I'll send photos to George to post.
A fly-by and possible close encounter ... :)
NASA Asteroid-Sampling Mission to Help Gauge Impact Threat Live Science - February 11, 2013
... extremely close flyby of Earth of a 150-foot asteroid on Friday at 2:24 p.m. EST. The asteroid will fly within 17,200 miles (27,700 kilometers) closer than the ring of communications and navigation satellites high above the planet. Whats next? The OSIRIS-REx mission.
Church and State
the Rose Bloodline
Time ... 12 around 1
the Church and the Finger ...
Happy Valentine's Day from Crystalinks