I think so, Brain … but we’re short at least 5 lbs of cayenne.
This photograph is part of a large mosaic view of the complex stellar nursery in the Orion Nebula. The young variable star LL Orionis produces a stellar wind more energetic than the wind from our own middle-aged Sun. As its fast stellar wind smacks into slow moving gas, a shock front is formed, just like the bow wave of a boat moving through water or a plane traveling at supersonic speed. The small, arcing, graceful structure just above and left of center is LL Ori’s cosmic bow shock. It’s about half a light-year across.
Image Credit: ESA / NASA
One of Team Kimberlin’s false narratives is that The
Dread Deadbeat Pirate Peformer Pedo Publisher Pro-Se Kimberlin has been the target of a vast right wing conspiracy. Nope. It would be more correct to characterized the #resistance to Team Kimberlin’s cyberthuggery as The Vast First Amendment Conspiracy, but since we operate in the open it may be that calling us a conspiracy is inapt. This ran four years ago today.
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Brett Kimberlin has claimed that there is a vast rightwing RICO conspiracy against him. That is, of course, nonsense.
The truth is the vast conspiracy is not against anyone. It is for the First Amendment, and it is neither leftwing nor rightwing. On the left you’ll find the likes of Seth Allen, the first victim in The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s current campaign of lawfare, and lawyers such as Zoa Barnes and Paul Alan Levy. On the right you’ll find the defendants in his two ongoing nuisance lawsuits in Maryland (Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.) and federal (Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al.) courts
And it resists attacks from enemies of the First Amendment such as Brett Kimberlin.
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I don’t know how TDPK feels about the results of his campaign of attempted brass knuckles reputation management, but punching back more than twice as hard has been rewarding.
Languages shape the way we think, or don’t.
I think so, Brain … but doesn’t Microsoft have a crash course in programming?
Saturn’s moon Enceladus is backlit by the Sun in this Cassini spacecraft image from 2009. The dramatic lighting shows of the plumes that continuously spew into space from the south pole of 500 km diameter moon. The icy plumes are likely fed by an ocean beneath the ice shell of Enceladus. They supply material directly to Saturn’s outer, tenuous E ring and make the surface of Enceladus as reflective as snow. Behind Enceladus, Saturn’s rings scatter sunlight toward Cassini. Beyond the rings, the night side of the 80 km diameter moon Pandora is faintly lit by light reflecting off of Saturn.
Image Credit: NASA
Bill Schmalfeldt has a knack for sticking his nose into other peoples’ business and then wondering why his nose got bloodied. Often, he winds up punching himself in the snout. Four years ago last week, the Cabin Boy™ sent a letter to the judge presiding over the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness LOLsuit complaining about truthful statements made concerning him in rebuttal to false statements made in court papers by Brett Kimberlin. Even if the form of his communication with the court had been proper, his letter was essentially worthless for Kimberlin’s case. Most of Schmalfeldt’s statements fit the characterization used by Magistrate Judge West in dismiss LOLsuit VIII: He “provides no proof other than his own self-serving statements[.]” Indeed, one of the few things he stated for which there might be some objective evidence is this statement about his health: “There are other outward and not-so-quite-visible signs of increased degeneration, including the onset of early Parkinson’s disease dementia.”
I published this comment In Re Docket Item 63 four years ago today.
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Some things are so ludicrous and immaterial as to not be worth a reply.
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Demented is as demented does.