Rainey’s Tidbits

Random pieces of nonsense

Horoscopes in Scientific American

There’s an adorable article in Scientific American presenting horoscopes with a touch more science than most. The one for Taurus (my sign):

While looking at a region of space in which a supernova was in progress, researchers at Princeton University recently noted the beginning of another supernova through the detection of x-rays. Which reminds me, the films came back, and the radiologist says your arm is broken in two places.

Virgo’s also tickled my fancy:

Some people are against the use of a cervical cancer vaccine because they fear it will promote promiscuity. This is roughly the equivalent of being against the use of the polio vaccine because it may increase the risk of drowning in public swimming pools. Anyway, get your shots already.

Go read them all …

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