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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Dog Astronomy, parts 4348 - 4351

 4348. They suspected that underneath it all there was some kind of truth to be uncovered, but had no idea what it might be.

 4349. What Remo said about the setting of the sun seemed to them to be obviously false, and so they both, almost in unison, said the same thing.

 4350. “The sun,” they said, “Never sets in the same place twice.” Then the Rooster elaborated for dramatic effect saying, “The sun comes down like lightning, and never strikes the ground in the same place twice.”

4351. How could it be that those three animals could have such diametrically opposed ideas about the sun? The explanation is rather obvious. The answer is, the location of the bed you go to sleep in every night gives rise to your Cosmology, and therefore of your Astronomy.

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