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Skulltaliser Update (and you can buy me a coffee if you like!)

19 May

So, it’s that time again to show you where we are on the mighty Skulltaliser chart at this point in time.

So, we’re at $59 so far. Will we reach the goal by the end of the month? I would say so.

One thing you can do to help is buying me a coffee! Yes that’s right, you can help by showing your appreciation by buying me a cuppa joe! Ko-fi is an easy way to support creators (such as myself) and is simple to use.

Just click the link (either at the side bar of this page, or the link below) and it’ll take you through to our very own page where you can do so (all proceeds to the skulltaliser total)

(thanks to Dagger & Brush for this idea!!)

More from the Skulltaliser later…

 

Curiosity find: what has Nasa probe discovered on Mars? | Mars News | The Week UK

21 Nov

Mars, 2001, with the southern polar ice cap vi...

Mars, 2001, with the southern polar ice cap visible on the bottom. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Curiosity find: what has Nasa probe discovered on Mars? | Mars News | The Week UK.

Since hearing on the news that the team of Curiosity have discovered something significant in their Mars mission, I am quite excited as to exactly what this “one for the history books” moment is going to be.

Any rational observer has to agree the evidence to the planet’s past  history being abundant with liquid water and possibly life, is stacking up in its favour. It’s got to be just a matter of time until there is proof somewhere other than earth has lifeforms, and if earth has anything to go by with the amount of diversity on our planet, i’m pretty sure universal life is commonplace.

We are ignorant to think we are alone.

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