Sunday, June 10, 2018

Nothing Like a Cat's Eye

Since this one is blue it must be Siamese.

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    1. If is, indeed, beautiful, Adrienne, but it loks more like a species of JELLYFISH to me than a cat's eye.

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    2. FT, I suspect you've never looked into a cat's eye from the view of an optometrist or and opthomologist? Spelling be damned.

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    3. FYI: It's OPHTALMOLOGIST but no matter. You're right, Kid! I only see cats as warm fuzzy companions in need of our ,ove and care, –– and as an endless source of mystery, wonder and delight. I love 'em, but I've never thought of them from a clinical perspective.

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    4. FT, Me either. I love the mystery of the cat when he looks at me with those big green, yellow, or blue eyes and I try to imagine what he or she is going to train me to do next !

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  2. If I'm reading this correctly, our own Earth may turn into a cat's eye in about 5 billion years? Won't that finally melt the polar ice caps? Maybe the climate nazis are on to something.

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    1. NAH! Those bastards are just trying t cash in on a naturally-occurring phenomenon. The entire Universe and surrounding Cosmos always has been and always will be in a state of flux. It's like the ocean –– never still even for a nansecnd. The Climate Change Movement is ONLY about POWER and MONEY.

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    2. DaBlade, there you have it. A Super Nova will indeed melt the ice caps.

      FT, Yes, the man made climate thingamabob scam is Bullshit.

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  3. We've watched the official press conference, now we want the seclet tlansmissions.

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    1. Mista Blade, Hung Lo tell me Great Leader still partying in Singapore ! He promise me special update later tonight, then expect meeting with Dearest Leader tomorrow depending on Great Reader schedule. I tell him many here in America worried about him and need update.

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  4. That's MY BLUESY's blue eye! GORGEOUS...I could look into her eyes forever! I am a SUCKER for blue eyes, I have to admit. Gorgeous "thing" in the sky there (you know I don't understand this stuff!)

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    1. Z, Your Bluesy must be gorgeous :) No one understands this stuff Z. Maybe one day.

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  5. It is a beautiful sight. Siamese, maybe, but all cats (and primates) are born with blue eyes. Maybe that's a kitten nebula ;)

    As far as supernovae go, they don't happen very frequently (q 100 years), but thankfully our galaxy is big and given that our Sun is in the suburbs, having a supernova within 30 light years of our Sun should, on average, as calculated by astrophysicists, happen only once in every 100 million years.

    So I think your condo in Clearwater Beach is safe from celestial events for now.

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    1. Cube, I rest easy now. Yes, we fostered orphan kittens for a while. All have blue eyes.
      It is interesting with all the 'stuff' out there. Nebulae, galaxies traveling at 4 million mph (yes) all sorts of debris flying around that the Earth has managed to remain a livable place after 4.5 billion years. I believe we do live in a very special place.

      Could be a kitten nebula.

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  6. I STILL think it looks more like a jellyfish than anythng else. One thing we CAN agree upon It really IS very beautiful.

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    1. That's the real beauty FT. It can be anything we want.

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