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Starwatch: April

March 30, 2012 in Lake County News-Chronicle

It may be April, but ’tis the start of the fall season. The fall of Venus from the evening sky, that is.
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Starwatch: Summer’s ending brings new stars

July 28, 2011 in Lake County News-Chronicle

The end of summer brings the laid-back water constellations into the evening sky and gives us our last good look at the stars of Scorpius and Sagittarius. Continue Reading

Now what’s your sign?

January 15, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Minnesota professor suggests that zodiac signs may be off. Continue Reading

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Relax, astrology buffs … you are who you thought you were

January 14, 2011 in INFORUM

Calm down, star-crossed stargazers and don’t get that Scorpio tattoo replaced just yet. Despite the stir raised this week about shifting signs and heavenly misalignment, astrologers say the signs most Westerners rely on are on solid footing. Continue Reading

HERE’S YOUR SIGN – OR IS IT? Minnesota prof’s suggestion zodiac signs are wrong goes viral

January 14, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Parke Kunkle, who teaches at Minneapolis Community and Technical College, said all the hubbub is based on “2,000-year-old information” and he can’t understand why his explanation of how a well-known wobble in the earth’s orbit throws off astrology charts turned into an Internet sensation. Continue Reading

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What’s your sign? Think again

January 13, 2011 in INFORUM

Science throws a curveball at astrological calendarA recent Harris Poll found that 31 percent of Americans believe in astrology. They’re wrong although not necessarily in the way their detractors might cite. Continue Reading

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What’s your sign? Think again

January 13, 2011 in INFORUM

Science throws a curveball at astrological calendarA recent Harris Poll found that 31 percent of Americans believe in astrology. They’re wrong although not necessarily in the way their detractors might cite. Continue Reading