Then the Lights Went Out

 

In 731 BC, the first Solar Eclipse was recorded in China. Obviously, it wasn’t the first Eclipse ever, but it must have created quite a stir at the time. Lots of hopping up and down.

Eclipses happen all the time, of one sort or another. So frequent are they that Rhinos don’t fuss. Something gets in the way of something else, and then it’s over. Press on.

What will the End of the World look like? Who can say?

 

4 thoughts on “Then the Lights Went Out

  1. Are we all still going to be staying at home ( whatever home is) when the end comes???? Pat Robbennolt

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    • It might seem that way, but a lot will probably depend on When the end arrives. You might be at the movies or getting a tan on the village green.

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