[links] Link salad goes to work from the beach

with a photo spread on Green Powell’s | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Borders ] — Heh.

Flags of forgotten countriesDark Roasted Blend with one for the vexillologists among you. Actually, I remember most of these countries.

Igniting Fusion — Mmm, warm.

Centauri Dreams with a roundup — I draw your attention to the subsection entitled “Superluminal Radio Waves and their Uses”, in turn referring to this article. Paging Sam L. Tannaity to the office. I’m just a poor little low-rent SF writer with a liberal arts degree, so maybe it’s just me, but I’m really struggling with this one. Comments from the better informed?

?otD: How long is Long Beach?


7/6/2009
Body movement: n/a (will beach walk later)
This morning’s weigh-in: n/a (no scale at beach house)
Currently reading: n/a (just finished P.S. Your Cat is Dead by James Kirkwood)

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  1. The superluminal radio waves article is a “reprint” of another article … basically, the radio waves are traveling at the speed of light, but the phenomenon generating them is traveling faster. I believe Sir Arthur C Clark write a similar effect when the monolith uncovered on the Moon signaled the monolith around Jupiter — the folks on Earth followed the radio “shock wave” of a superluminal signal.

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