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   Undertoad  Tuesday Oct 31 01:30 PM

October 31, 2006: Purging the queue!

A severe buildup of older IotD images that for whatever reason didn't make the regular cut. Some of these you may consider IotD worthy anyway, so here goes:



We already had the blue lobster AND the half-blue lobster, but another one did turn up and is a pretty nice shot, so here it is. Somebody eat it already.



In Wales there is a annual competition called bog snorkeling. But IotD already covered it in 2002.



Axlrosen sent along this "grill for cats" that someone developed. It had a legitimate dental purpose, supposedly, but do we really want to promote this sort of thing with its own IotD? I think not.



An overloaded train in Bangladesh. Not worthy because there are still a few places where people could clearly hang on. There are only a few people hanging on outside of windows. Slackers!



I keep not posting it because I lost the info connected to it, and I'm too lazy to figure out which APoD it was. Somebody else fetch the details, please - I think it's UV ray traces from the sun.



Spexxvet  Tuesday Oct 31 01:52 PM

In the train photo, I see my Uncle Frank - he's the 346th one from the left.



Elspode  Tuesday Oct 31 02:12 PM

The round one could be an IR scan of Goatse Man...



Spexxvet  Tuesday Oct 31 02:22 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Elspode
The round one could be an IR scan of Goatse Man...
So that's what gerbils look like in IR!


9th Engineer  Tuesday Oct 31 02:38 PM

Good to know, we could never get them to hold still long enough in the machine



xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Oct 31 03:03 PM

The Sun http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap060710.html

Explanation: Is this our Sun? Yes. Even on a normal day, our Sun is sizzling ball of seething hot gas. Unpredictably, regions of strong and tangled magnetic fields arise, causing sunspots and bright active regions. The Sun's surface bubbles as hot hydrogen gas streams along looping magnetic fields. These active regions channel gas along magnetic loops, usually falling back but sometimes escaping into the solar corona or out into space as the solar wind. Pictured above is our Sun in three colors of ultraviolet light. Since only active regions emit significant amounts of energetic ultraviolet light, most of the Sun appears dark. The colorful portions glow spectacularly, pinpointing the Sun's hottest and most violent regions. Although the Sun is constantly changing, the rate of visible light it emits has been relatively stable over the past five billion years, allowing life to emerge on Earth.




Ibby  Tuesday Oct 31 03:03 PM

Man, whatever it is, it's trippy as fuck...



Sheldonrs  Tuesday Oct 31 04:11 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce
The Sun http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap060710.html

Explanation: Is this our Sun? Yes. Even on a normal day, our Sun is sizzling ball of seething hot gas.
That also describes most of the Senate candidates next week.


CaliforniaMama  Tuesday Oct 31 05:53 PM

I think the kitty with the grill should have come first since it is Halloween . . .

At least the grill looks more well-placed than the hippos . . .



Aliantha  Tuesday Oct 31 11:09 PM

That's one fucking big yabby!



SPUCK  Wednesday Nov 1 05:29 AM

What the train hasn't hit another one yet? Or fallen over? Or gone down with all hands?

Yes! A foreign land devoid of lawyers..



xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Nov 1 12:17 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Undertoad
We already had the blue lobster AND the half-blue lobster, but another one did turn up and is a pretty nice shot, so here it is. Somebody eat it already.
Hey, show some respect, man. It's clearly the PSU Nittany Lobster*.





* PSU (Pennsylvania State University) main campus was built in a valley of the Nittany mountains. Their mascot is a mountain lion called the Nittany Lion and their colors are blue and white.


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