This is a little bit old news, but the American Music Awards had some hot looks.
Sweet Ariana Grande, who proved indoors that she has incredible pipes (look for the video, which I might post here soon), looked spectacular in a sparkly red dress, even though on the red carpet she didn't smile. She has a great smile, too.
Taylor Swift looked fierce.
But the showstopper was Christina Aguilera, who is back to her curvalicious self, and showing off that state confidently. Makes me dream again of when she said he and her ex-husband spent the day in the nude y (which is still one of my posts on this blog that gets frequent hits). That's my kind of girl.
I'm still following the adventures of Crystal Palace in the British Premier League. They beat Cardiff City 2-0, and they have 13 points, which is tied with two other teams. And they have more wins (4) than three teams ahead of them, that only have 3 (but with several more ties). They might still get out of the relegation zone by the end of the season.
Interesting article - NASA had a small experiment on three of the Apollo lunar landing mission experiment packages that measured the buildup of dust. And they never looked at the data and thought they lost the data because the tapes were gone, but it turns out that the principal scientist kept a set of backup tapes.
Turns out, according to now-published analysis of the data, that the dust builds up incredibly slowly, but 10x faster than the incredibly slowly that was previously thought to be the rate of buildup. The way it happens is that solar radiation knocks some electrons off some of the dust particles, so they build up a positive charge. On the dark side of the moon, the solar wind puts some electrons on the dust particles, and they get a negative charge. When the nightside meets the dayside, the charge attraction lofts the dust into the lunar sky.
Seriously. At least that's what I think the article says.