Topics are scarce here--here is one
The Chilean earthquake knocked the earth off it's axis slightly, causing the amount of daylight and dark to change. I noticed it right away---the days will soon be noticeably longer and the nights shorter, of course. (in addition to what was normal anyway).
Ever wonder how much this has happened over the last 9 billion years or so? Actually might not some of the earthquakes actually correct our axis from the action of those that knock it off it's axis?
What do you suppose the sun thinks when this happens? Well, I don't actually mean "thinks," but reacts to.
Now does all this axis thing matter when Charlie Rangel lost his chairmanship and congress will pass a health bill anyway? Anyway, until our interest percentage on the debt reaches over 25% of the budget, we can keep charging it off. After 25% it becomes counterproductive, I think and we have to revalue the dollar to Pesos.
Economics is so scientific!