Milky Way On Collision Course with Local Fluff

Winter is a slow time for beekeeping.   Now is a good time to contemplate one’s place in the universe and evaluate the likelihood of our galaxy disintegrating within our lifetimes.  It appears that the Milky Way Galaxy is encountering Local Fluff.  If anything happens before swarm season, call me, otherwise, I will be busy catching bees.  See the article on Voyager’s imminent encounter with Local Fluff.  One of the scientists involved is quoted as saying “there could be interesting times ahead.”  Spring will be here soon and all this hullabaloo surrounding Local Fluff will give way to the excitement of beekeeping – mark my words.

Article inspired by John Steffen.


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