Click image to access the U.K. ‘Daily Mail’ story.
From above story.
This was from JUST 2-months ago. Click to access my post.
This is so inspiring, awesome and uplifting. Just great that talented engineers are doing so much to help the blind gain some sight. Way back, when I first joined IBM, in the mid-1970s, I tried to do my bit. But, that was nothing. Nothing like this. So, glad. So, happy. Being in total darkness cannot be much fun though these brave people tough it out. Just seeing some light and some shape, to begin with, has to be such a relief. Literally, light at the end of the tunnel.
Second great story in two months. We must be making strides. I am delighted. Savor. Share. Contemplate.
Click image to access the U.K. “Daily Mail” story.
This, quite literally, is mind-blowing. This is modern high-tech and medicine taken to unimaginable levels. Actually creating the images in the brain. If this was NOT mid-July you would think it was an April Fool’s prank. Please read … and be amazed.
Easter Sunday fell on April 1 two years later in 1584 — which, coincidentally, was also around the time the notion of “April Fool’s” kicked-in. One theory is that around this time, in France, the start of the New Year was moved from ‘April 1’ to ‘January 1’. Those who got confused by this move were referred to as April Fool’s. That, however, is one theory.
I have as yet not been able to work out why we get a 62-year gap … as between 1956 and 2018 and twice in prior years. The 68-year confounds me even further.
11-year gaps for such ‘movable holidays’ is common — the 11 having to do with the 7-day week and leap years every 4-years. As you can see we do get 11-year gaps quite often, just not the last time around. 35-year gaps are fairly common too.
But, 62- and 68-year are the LONGEST possible gaps for Easter.
Related posts: Check Categories ‘holidays‘ & ‘religion‘. Search on ‘Easter‘.
Not so. Appears that Amazon is very serious about them. Cute and clever. Makes sense. Not that we would ever need any. We are kind of better organized. But I have no issues with them, especially as an Amazon shareholder. Very innovative.
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