Sunday Sundries

The schedule this week was interrupted by the Rogers failure.

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

Irish GenPod
Irish genealogist Paul Gorry chats with people who are involved, in various ways, in Irish Genealogy.

Ancestry updates Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968 to contain 29,376,363 records.

WDYTYA US returns to NBC

The World’s Crookedest Street

OGS Kingston Branch Summer Sale of Publications

Six strange statues
The charity ArtUK has created a photographic database of 13,500 works of public art.

Dark matter: our review suggests it’s time to ditch it in favour of a new theory of gravity
While the furthest thing from a cosmologist I’ve been skeptical about the idea of dark matter since I first heard of it. Ezekiel Stone Wiggins, genealogist among other talents, proposed that the failure of the positions of the moon and planets to predict the weather was because there was a dark moon, without any other evidence for its existance.

Thanks to this week’s contributors. Anonymous, Gail, Glenn W., Romaine Honey, Teresa, Unknown.

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