Monday, October 09, 2006


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Sunday, October 08, 2006

Who do you think is best????

Hello, I am making a poll on the new governers. I think that Rod Smith should be governer (left). But, alot of people think Charlie Crist (right) should be governer.

gas prices.......

Because of the governer elections gas prices were reduced.... I believe that they went down about 10-29 cents!

Sunday, January 22, 2006

hello viewers i'd like to introduce you to technorati a website where you can find people who link to your blog

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Create your own blog!

Go to and get a free blog! These blogs are so easy to make! Go ahead make your own blog!

Friday, January 20, 2006

next trip to mars

Next trip to mars is coming up and astronouts at Kennedy Space Center! Here is a picture of Mars!

At & T

our old phone company at & t has returned and is better than ever

1 yr old!

hello fellow commenters and viewers i would like you to know that today my blog is turning 1 year old!

United bloggers flag

On the middle left side of my blog you will find a united bloggers flag you may put this flag on your blog by clicking it

Thursday, January 19, 2006


Sunday, January 15, 2006

Dark Terrain on Saturn's Iapetus
Explanation: Why are vast sections of Iapetus as dark as coal? No one knows for sure. Iapetus, the third largest moon of Saturn, was inspected again as the Saturn-orbiting robot Cassini spacecraft swooped past the enigmatic world again late last year. The dark material covers most of the surface visible in the above image, while the small portion near the top that appears almost white is of a color and reflectance more typical of Saturn's other moons. The unknown material covers about half of the 1,500 kilometer wide moon. The material is so dark that it reflects less than five percent of incident sunlight, yet overlays craters indicating that it was spread after the craters were formed. Iapetus has other unexplained features. The bright part of Iapetus is covered with unexplained long thin streaks. The orbit of Iapetus is also unusual, being tilted to the plane of Saturn's orbit by an unusually high fifteen degrees. A strange ridge about 13 kilometers high crosses much of Iapetus near the equator and is visible near the bottom. Oddly, this ridge is almost exactly parallel with Iapetus' equator. The exact shape of Iapetus remains undetermined, but images indicate that it is quite strange -- something like a walnut. Research into the formation and history of mysterious Iapetus is active and ongoing.
Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA

Goodbye 2005!

The worst but yet best year of all, is over! I didn't think we'd make it to 2006 without losing our freedom to terrorist! But though hurricane katrina hardly hit NEW ORLEANS, families are recovering wat they lost.!.

Good Bye 2005!
Welcome 2006!