SLV – February 11, 2015 – Couple Photos

Crestone, Colorado (USA) – February 11, 2015 – Do Not Share Policy & Disclaimer

Here’s a little unrelated rock music:

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“[…]  Summertime Blues in cramped Japan.  Hot Flames are exposed.  Tokai earth quake is right there…  Yet they keep building more nuclear power plants.   […]”

Kiyoshiro rocking against nuclear power, early 1990s Japan.

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All photos, below, by © Michaël Van Broekhoven, were taken this past week in the Northern San Luis Valley (SLV) of Southern Colorado:

An exceptionally clear sunset; in the center, Venus:

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It’s been springtime-like warm lately:

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A big herd of Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana):

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Various:

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Understatement ;-)  :

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PEACE

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3 Responses to SLV – February 11, 2015 – Couple Photos

  1. Dud says:

    If you find pine cones with no mold or fungus, “Bobby1” might be very appreciative if you sent some his way.
    http://optimalprediction.com/wp/radiation-eating-fungi-they-kill-trees-and-they-kill-people/comment-page-4/#comment-61421

    http://www.theremino.com/blog/gamma-spectrometry
    http://www.theremino.com/hardware/inputs/radioactivity-sensors
    PIN Diodes look cool! (and low-voltage, low-current) :)

    Ciao.

  2. Dud says:

    I’m a twit. He likely needs something pre-2011, yet possibly not dried out (though am uncertain).
    Why do i get the sense that isn’t going to be found at Colorado altitude except in a glacier, in which case it might need be from a layer that is pre-WWII? Even then, fungus/mold/spores might still be a contentious issue.
    NIST has some ground cones, yet i didn’t see any isotopic analysis, not even rough analyses.
    That, and they wanted what seemed at first blush to be somewhere around $500/per50gram, perhaps a little less than the smallest unit price for “Bob Marley Gold”(?), i would very roughly estimate (i haven’t shaved, so … it’s certainly not a well-groomed estimate). { :-u>
    Am sorry to interrupt. Thank you for being a good listener though.

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