Date: Tue Apr 24 15:22:23 2007
Author: Urs Lauterburg
Subject: Re: Nasa Stereo Mission of the Sun
Yes, the bees are fewer here too and we had a
very strange April, hot and dry like
summertime... hummertime... bummertime.. well,
let's suppose everything is just right, normal
and business as usual. It's more comforting this
This is one of Einstein's lesser known laws he formulated:
''Once the bees are dead man will be gone four years later.''
Let's hope that Einstein was no right with this one.
University of Bern
PS: I am kind of proud to note that the Physics
Institute of the University of Bern is part of
STERO with PLASTIC along with the New Hampshire
principle investigtors with this instrument see:
>You're about two weeks ahead of us.
>Zig have you noticed if the bees are gone from Beths' garden?
>We have no more bees here. I've heard it is a global problem.
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Zigmund J. Peacock
>Sent: Tue 4/24/2007 11:40 AM
>Subject: Re: [tap-l] Nasa Stereo Mission of the Sun
>Mr ZZZZZZZZZZZi, I heard a "Hummer" the other day. They are moving north.
>Gerald Zani wrote:
> You will want 3-D glasses to view this best:
> The first spring Warbler haa arrived.
> The others should be coming soon.
> -- JZ
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