Okay, SO. Tonight I got to talk with Josh! I had a blast. Let me tell you. It was one of the most funnest one’s yet. We’ve had some pretty great conversation’s. But none like this one. I actually showed him how I dance! :D I NEVER show anyone how I dance. (Unless I go somewhere that involves dancing). Anyways, I’m getting so much more used to him! I thought I was used to him before. But now, I’m realizing that I can talk to him about anything. That, I can Tell him anything - Which I hope he feel’s the same way. We talked, Laughed ALOT, challenged eachother on our workout’s or yoga poses. BTW, Josh. Your still disowned. « You made everything look to easy (: Least you could have done was make me look like a strong girl. Naww, I’m glad you were honest! You my friend, Are the sexy one. Everything about you is Sexy! Tonight, I know now, I think it’s safe to say. I wanted to Kiss you! ^.^ I said it! Yes, Shocker. I’m waiting for you to read this to. Big shocker to, isn’ it!?! I’m glad your reading this. Because I feel like I can tell you things. Like me wanting to kiss you is one. :D Well, I have got to get to bed. But YOU, Joshua can read this as much as you want. Over and over and over again. Because it’s going to be talking about how amazing you are, and how your one of the most amazing guy’s out there that I just so happened to find. On a site that’s not even the best! Yet, I managed and you managed to get eachother! :D THANK YOU for being on O*****!! I don’t know what I’d do without you! - Probably be sitting here alone, bored, tired, with absautely no smile on my face. - Well Goodnight! :D - Ashley B. - The lady who likes you VERYYY much/ the one who think’s your sexy and not herself. (;
A crystal-clear sky on any night is always a joy to behold. But if you are on the Chajnantor Plateau, at 5000 metres altitude in the Chilean Andes and one of the best places in the world for astronomical observations, it could be an experience that you’ll remember for your whole life.
2. The Earth’s Crust
8. Phases of Matter
10. Simple Machines
11. The Moon
15. Earth’s Seasons
16. Light and…
Here you go Josh!
It’s one of those classic questions that have tickled the human brain for ages. Let’s take something whose scale we have no way of reconciling, like the number of stars, and compare it to something else whose scale is completely neuron-warping, like the number of grains of sand on every beach.
Which is bigger?
This likely isn’t the first time you’ve heard this mind-bender. So I won’t be spoiling it by telling you that stars win … big-time. The universe is a very large place.
But we don’t have to go big to beat the stars. You’ll never guess how little of a certain common liquid it takes to beat both of those numbers … I’ll leave that to Robert.