An interesting little science fiction film that gets pretty racy at the end. In Spanish with English subtitles.
That didn’t make sense, right. I had to watch the actual movie about a dozen times before I figured out what was going on.
Time for a little science fiction:
Luckily, here’s a tribute to what she believed in. And it wasn’t the extraterrestrial:
That Jupiter and Saturn rise in the day would be pretty freaky. And we would be going around them, not the other way around.
But then, there was the end of “Melancholia.”
If you saw the movie, you know Jack Bauer kind of wimped out on us in that one.
Apparently, there’s an epidemic of whooping cough on the West Coast, even though there’s a vaccine that can wipe it out. (Via USA Today):
Scientists are searching for clues to the resurgence of whooping cough, a nearly forgotten childhood infection causing outbreaks around the country.
California last week announced a whooping cough epidemic, reporting more than 800 cases in two weeks, along with two deaths in infants. Nationwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports nearly 10,000 cases so far this year of whooping cough, also known as pertussis.
Although whooping cough is cyclical, peaking every three to five years, cases have soared in the past decade, with 48,277 cases in 2012, the largest number in 50 years.
The best defense against whooping cough is vaccination, says Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health.
The reason: There are people in this country who, when faced with getting their medical advice from either a Nobel Prize winner in medicine or a former Playboy centerfold figure the boobmeister has a better grasp on health issues.
I don’t know. I guess that’s God’s way of thinning out the herd.
Anyway, listen to this. It makes sense.
Stop listening to the kooks.