Roxanne, what's your take on faster-than-light neutrinos? Could it be true?
I don't like to discount anything before I have a body of facts to draw from, but this is one I don't mind weighing in on prematurely. Neutrinos can be fast - no doubt about it. But, faster than light? C'mon. You could try to chase the sun through the sky, but I don't care if you're Usain Bolt, the sun will get to the other side of the earth before you're in the next county. Still, we are talking about neutrinos. They're more aerodynamic than peaches - not fuzzy - but they remain a heavy, delicious, mostly-earthbound fruit. You pitch one of those suckers and you'll get 50, maybe 55 mph on a good day. So, no. Neutrinos are not faster than light.
Roxanne, most people wouldn't suspect that you own a lot of [moderately-priced, un-larceny-worthy] jewelry. How do you keep it organized in a motorhome?
I've been intending to show you how, so it's convenient that you asked. In the sticks-and-bricks I had a really nifty jewelry armoire, but it wouldn't work in the Duck. This was Annie's idea:
|These are thread spool holders, found at JoAnn Fabrics.|
I worry about you two. Being unemployed and in Florida weather must discourage you more than you admit, right?
Annie felt she could better field this question: