Transit of Venus highlights age of wondrous scientific activity

Jun 6, 2012 | Posted by: Mr_Bill | Full story: www.cnn.com

Editor's note: Meg Urry is the Israel Munson professor of physics and astronomy and chairwoman of the department of physics at Yale University, where she is the director of the Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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Don't care. I think Scott Walker's victory in Wisconsin is a thousand times more interesting than Venus. It's the first time a recall has been defeated. And Walker won by a ton. Venus has done what it's done a billion times and will do it a billion times more. This stuff in Wisconsin is really an interesting anomaly. People are starting to realize that democrats are hurting all of us. As far as Venus goes....Yawn. LOL
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Eighthman wrote:
Don't care. I think Scott Walker's victory in Wisconsin is a thousand times more interesting than Venus. It's the first time a recall has been defeated. And Walker won by a ton. Venus has done what it's done a billion times and will do it a billion times more. This stuff in Wisconsin is really an interesting anomaly. People are starting to realize that democrats are hurting all of us. As far as Venus goes....Yawn. LOL
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