Thursday, October 2, 2008


Ouvi hoje na rua, a um tonto: "Um meteorito é um cagalhão de um astronauta!"

Não é a primeira vez que este tema gera parvoices, todas elas desculpáveis porque Thomas Jefferson também caiu na esparrela:

I would find it easier to believe that two Yankee professors would lie, than that stones should fall from the sky.
In 1807, a meteorite fell in Weston, Connecticut, and two professors from Yale wrote in an essay that they had determined that the bolide had fallen from space.Thomas Jefferson read their report and made this famous Asteroids, Meteorites, and Comets by Linda T. Elkins.

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