Actually, I did get to see most of the lecture. It
played fine right up until 3/4 of the way through the 3rd part, then it stopped
and wouldn't play anymore, and after that, none of it would play. That's
what confuses me--why did it suddenly stop, and why won't it play now? I
thought maybe it might have to do with virus filters or pop up blockers, but
even after turning those off I get the same result.
I knew Saturn wasn't aligned with Praesepe now, but it
seems Saturn may have been there at the start of the beehive troubles.
Just wondered if there might be a connection--but the more I think about it, the
more I think it may be a stretch.
In a message dated 2/26/2007 5:51:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
-- Trishmare7@aol. com
> It hasn't, but I've been so busy this week past I
> wouldn't have had time to
> re-watch the lecture anyway. When
I get the
> chance, I'll take my laptop to
> Starbuck's and see
if I have the same problem
> (problem occurs on my
desktop--haven' t tried the laptop yet).
It's an interesting
lecture, if you can find the time
and the means to view it.
> On another topic, I read an article over the weekend
> about a
> that's been felling honeybee colonies all over the
> country. This is not the
> same as the honeybee parasite
that's been a problem
> for several years now
> ... this is a new
problem called "Colony Collapse
> Disorder." Entire colonies
of bees die practically overnight. It's become
> particularly noticeable
> last year, but scientists and beekeepers think it
actually began a couple of
> years ago. Any connection to Saturn moving
> Cancer (Beehive cluster)
> or is this a
> Trish Marie
I wouldn't consider Saturn
aligned with Praesepe at
this time, no.
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