“The 2019 growing season started cool and rainy but a warmer, dryer summer ensured that New York growers will have plenty of pumpkins this year. Our yields are about average, but the quality of the pumpkins is about the best I have ever seen. I’ve also noticed that we’re seeing many more odd and unique gourds being grown this year, with some farms having upwards of 50 different kinds. It’s a lot of fun to see the variety."
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Lisa Kaltenegger, director of the Carl Sagan Institute, discusses why the work of the Nobel Prize winners of physics is so important and what their work means for the search for alien life
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Jens David Ohlin says, “In this case, impeachment is the ultimate constitutional tool — a blunt tool but a tool nonetheless — for pushing back against a non-compliant executive branch.”
Lisa Kaltenegger, director of the Carl Sagan Institute comments on the work of the winners of the Nobel Prize in physics and the chances of finding life in space.
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