Australis' in the southern atmosphere meaning “dawn of the south”. The northern lights and the southern lights occur at the same time which makes them almost mirror like images of one another. The lights can be seen in different colours such as red, yellow, blue, green and violet; however light green and pink are the most common ones. The appearance of the lights varies from bands, curtains, rolling smokes to clouds, patches, rays and arcs. Although the lights displays in both northern and southern atmosphere
The massive shafts of Babylon And ragged phrases in a flock Settle softly, shock by shock. --Unknown I glanced over my shoulder to see if they were coming. It was a pleasant day--a little too hot, at least for my taste, but otherwise the blue sky and milky clouds made a perfect day for a sun-lover. The group was lingering at the statues, black and dark green sculptures of brilliant people doing very important things. What, we couldn't be sure, but they were obviously very important.
can drive an ox team will be accommodated. Come, boys, you can have as much land as you want without costing you anything.'' The notice was signed G. Donner, George Donner, leader of what was to become the most famous of all the hundreds of wagon trains to start for the far west, the tragic, now nearly mythic Donner Party. For years Western scholars and novelists have been drawn to the story, yet until now there has been no documentary. Ric Burns's film is a first. Westward ho, indeed. If ever there
The bulk are those who moved here for jobs, who live just beyond the lights. Eight times as many residents kill themselves here as do visitors. Second, I am told that in Las Vegas I will feel more alive. Anything can be had here; this is the last place before the millennium where real money can be made. An open season: anything goes; like America used to be. My friends in Los Angeles, who seem to know such things, say forget about winning. This is the town where you get to stub your cigarettes
Commonly, religious discussion turns to the subject of origins. There are two reasons for this: firstly, there are those with a literal or semi-literal interpretation of the Bible (or other relevant holy book) who remain convinced that the world was created in the recent past looking more or less as it does today. Obviously, this issue must be resolved before the existence or nature of the deity can even begin to be discussed! Secondly, even those with the more common, nonliteral interpretation of