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Go for gold with tasty Globes party cocktails –

January 14, 2012 Leave a comment

Zombie (cocktail)

Premier mixologist Andrew Smith from Los AngelesThe Edison lounge shakes up the perfect drinks for Sunday’s awards bash and shares his recipes:

The Demille

2oz Gin or Vodka

3/4 fresh lemon juice

3/4 simple syrup

2-3 blackberries

One sprig of rosemary

Shake, strain into ice filled old fashioned glass

Add blackberry and rosemary garnish

Lucy’s Ball

2oz Champagne

3/4 simple syrup

3-4 raspberries or any other berry

Shake and dump into wine glass

Add raspberry and mint sprig garnish

via Go for gold with tasty Globes party cocktails –

Strange Random Cocktail Quote:

If you want an interesting party sometime, combine cocktails and a fresh box of crayons for everyone. – Robert Fulghum

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‘Mystery City’ Revealed By ISS Time-Lapse Video Turns Out To Be Enormous Oil Field

November 16, 2011 1 comment
Aurora Australis (NASA, International Space St...

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Internet forums exploded after an astonishing time-lapse video of the Earth taken from the International Space Station revealed more that was first thought – a mystery city that ‘shouldn’t have existed’.

The dramatic video displays the Earth illuminated by the green glow of the Aurora Borealis, and cities represented as bright spots of electric lights.

Taken by the crew of the ISS between August and October 2011, the clip was an immediate online hit.

But one of the thousands of people who saw the video noticed what appeared to be a mystery city, located near Edmonton in Canada, that did not appear on any map.

The strange collection of lights in North Dakota, USA, appeared to be equivalent in size to cities as large as Calgary and Minneapolis, but seemed impossible to identify.

via ‘Mystery City’ Revealed By ISS Time-Lapse Video Turns Out To Be Enormous Oil Field.

The “City” in question comes into view at about the 34-second mark.

Strange Random Space Quote:

Sirius, the brightest star in the heavens…. My grandfather would say we’re part of something incredibly wonderful – more marvelous than we imagine. My grandfather would say we ought to go out and look at it once in a while so we don’t lose our place in it — Robert Fulghum

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