Category Archives: Undecaquartisextile

On the Wings of Death – Nepal and India, Part II

It’s not rocket science: People living in earthquake zones for any length of time know one quake gives birth to more although the new tremors are normally called aftershocks. But you don’t call those tremors “aftershocks” when massive shaking begins again two-and-a-half weeks later. A recent regional study pinpointed 38 Indian Cities in High-Risk Seismic

Read More

On the Wings of Death – Nepal and India

Updated: September 27, 2018  for edits and inserts. I’ve never used this expression before, but the earthquake that hit Nepal this morning could be said to have felt the wings of death as devastation swept throughout the area. The tremors spread as far as New Delhi in India’s capital district and death into areas of

Read More

Roe versus Wade – On the anniversary of the US Supreme Court decision

This article has been amended to reflect the undecaquartisextile (165°) aspects present in the charts. The aspects were initially called quindeciles, but a quindecile is 24°, not 165°. With no offense to those who had misapplied or misnamed 24° name to the 165° aspect, the amendment has been applied to ensure accuracy and clarity. Today is the 42nd anniversary

Read More