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Jeremy Wheatley
Attended Taylor county high school
Lives in Yoder, CO
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Out our back door this morning. Glad we haven't planted our garden yet. 
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I love living here in Colorado where they are giving the stuff away on craigslist. Anyone living in Colorado Springs, CO, you might want to check this out.
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I think this is going to be pretty amazon. Makes me wonder what kind of scientific discoveries will happen because of this. Maybe someday people will bend space and time with massive gravitational waves and use it as a faster way to travle from point a to b.
 
Gravitational Waves and How They Distort Space - Universe Today

'It’s official: on February 11, 10:30 EST, there will be a big press conference about gravitational waves by the people running the gravitational wave detector LIGO. It’s a fair bet that they will announce the first direct detection of gravitational waves, predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago. If all goes as the scientists hope, this will be the kick-off for an era of gravitational wave astronomy: for learning about some of the most extreme and violent events in the cosmos by measuring the tiny ripples of space distortions that emanate from them.

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... gravitational wave signals, which contain information about merging black holes or the bulk motion of matter inside a supernova explosion, are more complicated still. They combine many simple waves of different frequencies, and the strength of such waves (their amplitude) will change over time in a characteristic fashion.

In these animations, gravitational waves look a bit like wriggling space worms. But these space worms could become the astronomers’ best friends, carrying information about the cosmos that is hard or even impossible to obtain in any other way.'

http://www.universetoday.com/127255/gravitational-waves-10

LIGO Scientific Collaboration - Media Advisory for Feb 11, 2016

'... For Immediate Release: Monday, February 8, 2016
THURSDAY: Scientists to provide update on the search for gravitational waves

100 years after Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, the National Science Foundation gathers scientists from Caltech, MIT and the LIGO Scientific Collaboration to update the scientific community on efforts to detect them.

(Washington, DC) -- Journalists are invited to join the National Science Foundation as it brings together the scientists from Caltech, MIT and the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC) this Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the National Press Club for a status report on the effort to detect gravitational waves - or ripples in the fabric of spacetime - using the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO).
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http://www.ligo.org/news/media-advisory.php
Rumor has it that gravitational waves might be detected soon - a late triumph for Einstein's theory of general relativity. But what are these waves?
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Big chicken man, Stripe, died today. We think it might have been heart attack. He would ride the hens bare, so it is for the best, but still sad.
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My daughter had the best comment this morning. She is 13, so her since of humor is changing.
We were talking about the GOP debating penis size last night. She said "I would want trump's penis to be small, so it won't hurt so much when we take it up the but.
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She gets at least part of her sense of humor from her dad. I can totally see you making this comment.
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Closeup of our roster, stripe.
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I love living here in Colorado, where they are just giving it away on craigslist, anyone living in coloraod springs might want to check this out.
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+Eric Kervina have you seen this ?
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I knew the book was out, but I haven't bought it yet.
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Yoder, CO
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campbellsville, ky - RAF alconbury AFB, england - Cannon AFB, NM - Colorado springs, co - Khobar towers, Saudi Arabia, - Keesler Air Force Base, ms - Alberta, canda - peterson afb, co - portales, nm
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I am a ordained minister. I officiate outside wedding, mostly. I really enjoy it. For me, it is a lot of fun.
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Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts.
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  • Taylor county high school
    1987 - 1990
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Wheatbug
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I've found my new firewood dealer. As someone who heats exclusively with a woodburning stove, good wood is essential. I was able to fill my 8 foot pickup bed for only $100. The wood itself is excellent. Well dried, cut and split to the perfect size for my stove. Well worth every penny. I'll definitely be going back for more!
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