Or maybe next month's:
DELTA HITS THE DELTA AND DESTROYS GULF DEAD ZONE
(an area in the Gulf of Mexico, the size of Massachusetts, with little oxygen.) This will be called ironic, but is nothing like that.
Jan Cox, 20th Century American mystic, philosopher of the supramechanical and humorist of the ontological, is the subject of this blog written by an acquaintance of his as a means of publicizing the thoughts of this extraordinary presence.
Anybody who got a real glimpse of what Jan Cox was about will appreciate that Jacques Derrida was a tasty cookie--- store bought goods, but edible. A review of a new biography of the French philosopher at the link.
Study rules out dark matter destruction as origin of extra radiation in galaxy center
"We looked at all of the different modeling that goes on in the Galactic Center, including molecular gas, stellar emissions and high-energy electrons that scatter low-energy photons," said co-author Oscar Macias, a postdoctoral scholar in physics and astronomy at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe at the University of Tokyo whose visit to UCI in 2017 initiated this project. "We took over three years to pull all of these new, better models together and examine the emissions, finding that there is little room left for dark matter."
One way to look at a real teacher, a person like Jan Cox, is that such figures are stars, in the galactic sense, and those who can hear them, those who typically lack the purpose to become more than followers, are like planets. Here is the text which prompted this picture: