John & Marie Severin
This Mexican fire opal looks like a sunset above the clouds when illuminated just right.
Image credit: Jeff Schultz
My apologies for the delay on this posting. I was caught up in adventures of my own and I wanted to be sure that each of you might have the opportunity to test your metal with this handy diagram before venturing forward on perilous endeavors. Best of luck, dear readers
"Massospondylus and the Ruins of the Effulgent Ones"
An early plant-eating dinosaur walks through the silent monuments of The Ones Before The Ones Before Men.
What’s creepier than a worm rearing up on its tail to snag a passing insect? A thousand worms uniting into a single living, writhing, waving tower to snag a passing insect.
Yeah, I don’t think I need to say any more about this here. Go read Ed Yong’s excellent post.
For the first time in many years I bought some new Lego – my first new Castle sets since childhood. And I made a discovery.
Lego has double-axes now. And cows.