The Dish Satellite guy is here to update my boxes and antenna. He is now on the roof. He said he was going to start with replacing the old antenna so that I could get the high definition signal. I told him I didn't have any have any high definition televisions, but he said that you probably would in the future.
OK, all is done and I have a new antenna and two new tuning boxes (DVRs). He told us we could even receive the programs on our computers and tablets while traveling. There is a place on the internet where we can get that mobile programming. First, though, we will have to download a special app to do that.
Lunch is almost ready and I sure don't want to be late answering the dinner bell. Eating is one of my favorite things to do. So, you all have a great day, you hear?
OK, now for today's question. How many of you know what a "Mechanical Paradox Orrery" is? OK, for those who do, when was the first one made and by whom?
First, an Orrery is a mechanical interpretation of the sun, earth, and moon and the first one was built back in 1750 by a Scottish Astronomer named James Ferguson for use in his lectures about the solar system. Here is picture of an interpretation of that original Orrery:
OK, now you have a lot more useless information to clutter up your mind. Now, if you really want to see a cluttered up mind, take a look at mine. (grin) Now, you all have a great day, you hear?