Gay stuff, and other things that are natural (elephants! fungi! Planet X!) May 31, 2012Posted by Erin Ptah in News Roundup.
Tags: astronomy, the gays
Gay Marine gets a proposal from his boyfriend — on base. Grinning so hard.
“I was in the lecture hall when an imam, who incidentally is gay himself, introduced me to Din. We discovered we had a lot in common and a mutual admiration was cemented. I stayed on after the convention for two months, deciding to get married, since South African laws were more friendly [to same sex unions].” A gay Muslim couple ties the knot.
A roundup of the current state of gay characters on TV shows is nothing but promising.
So we dumped oil all over the Gulf, and now our shrimp have no eyes. Whoops?
On the other hand, we found some plastic-eating fungus in the Amazon, so that’s something.
“In case you needed another reason to care about wildlife, here’s one: If you devote your life to elephants, they might come to your funeral.“
“A planet four times the size of Earth may be skirting the edges of the solar system beyond Pluto, according to new research. Too distant to be easily spotted by Earth-based telescopes, the unseen planet could be gravitationally tugging on small icy objects past Neptune, helping explain the mystery of those objects’ peculiar orbits.” Nemesis!