If last evening’s meteor in Siberia has you yearning to take a look at what happens when a meteorite hits earth, you can save yourself some time and just head up north in Minnesota.
Archives for February 15, 2013
It was only last week that I wondered on Twitter why we don’t hear a lot of controversy surrounding the Girl Scouts?
It’s quite a brouhaha that’s broken out in Park Rapids where the winner of the community fishing contest has been accused of cheating.
The meteor was traveling an estimated 33,000 miles per hour. That’s a lot of energy converted to a shock wave.
Enough, from it appears, to register in South Dakota’s Black Hills, too.
If what happened this week in Crookston actually made it to an episode of A Prairie Home Companion’s ‘News From Lake Wobegon’ segment, it could be good for laughs.
The meteor above, wiping away history in White Bear Lake, the hardest words to say, winning women and Minnesota sports, and another love story.