At 10:32 PM 7/31/03 -0600, Steven Montgomery wrote:
Fwiw, I asked John Pratt (Astronomer and ancient calender expert) about Mars' current brightness and its significance and here is his reply:

Mars will be bright but it is almost that bright every two years. That is,
it is only slightly closer than usual when it is opposite from the sun. I
don't think it is a sign of anything.

So I guess that shoots my theory all to heck--doesn't it?

FWIW, on this matter I agree completely with Brother Pratt.

-- Ronn! :)

Ronn Blankenship
Instructor of Astronomy/Planetary Science
University of Montevallo
Montevallo, AL

Disclaimer: Unless specifically stated otherwise, any opinions contained herein are the personal opinions of the author and do not represent the official position of the University of Montevallo.

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