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When Politics Eclipses Simple Science

Monday, August 21, 2017, there will be a rare total solar eclipse visible across the U.S. to a narrow swath that will be fortunate to have clear skies to safely view it.

Starts: Oregon · 8:46 AM PT
Ends: South Carolina · 5:04 PM ET

But the liberal MSM is still licking its salty wounds of election loss and projecting it even in something as simple and natural as a solar eclipse. Have a look-see…

But hey, what was the viewing range for those Hillary ‘victory’ fireworks on November 8, 2016— DERP!

Not to be outdone by The Boston Globe, Newsweek farts in on the coming eclipse…

The Solar Eclipse Could Mean Disaster for Trump, According to Astrologers

And, of course, zombies and vampires and other lunatic fringes…

Solar Eclipse Day Craziness Could Resemble the Zombie Apocalypse — Are You Ready?

Idaho officials order disaster declaration for solar eclipse: Local officials expect a large number of visitors, urge residents to stock up on supplies

Personally, I’d rather be on the east coast beaches of South Carolina.

Apparently more people are concerned and alarmed by this brief moon and sun encounter than in the NorkS growing ability to deliver an ICBM nuke or EMPs over our nation.


How to safely watch the solar eclipse.mov

NASA’s most accurate map of where Americans can witness the rare total solar eclipse this year

More inane solar eclipse anecdotes meant to trigger people.
You see, after the 8/21/17 total solar eclipse sweeps through a majority of US counties that elected Trump POTUS, be aware that there won’t be another for 600M years and it’ll be ‘the last one’ … but the news page fails to go into details on that as to how/why on the video or in the link text. Not cool.

600M Years From Now, Earth Will See Last Solar Eclipse

Info and answers for the genuinely curious…

Earth will have its last total solar eclipse in about 600 million years

Airbnb hosts contest for out-of-this-world solar eclipse stay

There Goes the Sun: Solar-Powered California Warned to Unplug for August Eclipse

How to Survive the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017


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