Here Comes The Sun (Select: Haydn or Beatles)

Laurence Glavin
Tue Oct 28 18:03:00 EST 2003

There are two "Here Come The Sun" numbers...a chorus
from Franz Joseph Haydn's oratorio "The Seasons", or a pop
recording by the Beatles.  You may want to cue up one or the
other in the next 48- to 72-hours, because a minor star in
the Milky Way galaxy is sending a burst of energy toward 
an insignificant planet 93 million miles away.  Yes, it's
OUR sun and OUR planet, and never mind what it will do to living
things, what's important is what it will do to telecommunications
on the aforementioned planet!  Satellites that deliver right-wing
talk to radio stations across the fruited plain may be rendered
inoperative.  Skywave may be attenuated enough so WJIB-AM 
may be audible at night ten miles away!  Numerous cable TV channels
may offer just random noise yclept "snow" by most viewers.
Or, it may just pass without incident like Come Kohoutek(sp?)
decades ago!  For more info, try:

Laurence Glavin
(I'll be cueing up the Haydn, and in a worst-case-scenario,
Messiaen's "Quartet for the End of Time". 

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