The significance of the Mormon Temple Earthquake

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Yes, it's a little-known fact that the Root Bear took some time off from his celebrity career to finish his old dissertation and earn a PhD in astrophysics.

Oh, wait, that was Brian May. Never mind.
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Physics Guy wrote: Yes, it's a little-known fact that the Root Bear took some time off from his celebrity career to finish his old dissertation and earn a PhD in astrophysics.

Oh, wait, that was Brian May. Never mind.
Ah. This is the beginning of wisdom: when you consider that the Root Bear, Brian May, and Paul McCartney have never been photographed together, you will have taken the first step towards understanding that we are the Walrus. (Eric Burdon is still deffo the Eggman, though.)

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Bret Ripley wrote:
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Physics Guy wrote: Yes, it's a little-known fact that the Root Bear took some time off from his celebrity career to finish his old dissertation and earn a PhD in astrophysics.

Oh, wait, that was Brian May. Never mind.
Ah. This is the beginning of wisdom: when you consider that the Root Bear, Brian May, and Paul McCartney have never been photographed together, you will have taken the first step towards understanding that we are the Walrus. (Eric Burdon is still deffo the Eggman, though.)

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And Nathan, too.

(I had no idea, myself, that the Poe of Poe's Law wasn't Edgar Allan, but it suddenly struck me that the concept seemed a little past EAP's time, and I googled.)
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Mormon Temple Earthquake

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Dr. Shades wrote:
Mon Apr 03, 2023 10:28 am
Valo wrote:
Sat Mar 25, 2023 1:00 pm
"If a star didn't exist you would be different than you are now. Not saying you would not exist but you'd be different." -AW
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5.7 earthquake north of Sacramento felt in parts of East Bay

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Another 5.7 as MakerBee thread heats up, published at 3:08.

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