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Vernal Equinox

It’s that time of year. Spring arrives at 12:32PM CDT this afternoon. You can watch it come at Archæoastronomy.

The air is already filled with pollen and the live oaks are starting to drop last year’s leaves.


1 John B. { 03.20.10 at 7:15 pm }

Cool site. Thanks.

2 Bryan { 03.20.10 at 7:35 pm }

You’re welcome, John. It was one of the many that Andante found and passed on over the years.

3 oldwhitelady { 03.21.10 at 8:07 am }

Spring? It snowed all day, yesterday. I don’t think the weather realizes it’s supposed to be spring.
.-= last blog ..Friday Cat Blogging – Lady Fortuna wants her treat. =-.

4 Badtux { 03.21.10 at 1:00 pm }

We got a heat wave here on the West Coast to go with the vernal equinox. But it’s cooling down a little now, phew!

OT: Did you see where BitDefender decided that Windows was a virus and quarantined it? I was ROFL, because as a Linux penguin I’ve been saying the same thing (“Windows is a virus”) for years :twisted:.

5 Bryan { 03.21.10 at 8:10 pm }

There’s always a cold spell around Easter to remind us of how weird weather is. It was cool and rainy down here, and with the evergreens shedding last year’s leaves, a bit iffy walking.

6 Bryan { 03.21.10 at 8:20 pm }

As noted, we got cool and damp. Y’all really are experiencing the warming of the climate change, plus the effects of the El Niño, Badtux.

Eset did the same thing for Win XP service pack 3 because it checks your disk for other M$ software and calls home – rather typical behavior for a Trojan horse and botnet software. That’s a major reason I haven’t installed SP3. It would be silly to pay for advice and then ignore it. M$ requires a new EULA to install SP3, and I refuse to agree to giving up more of my rights for a piece of software I already own.