Weird, Interesting and Time....

Okay, something really strange just occurred to me and I’m probably way off base. But it’s something that’s weird and interesting and these are two of my favorite things. 

How many times was ” 17 days ” mentioned? Maybe two or three times, right?!

Well, season finale will be broadcast on March 29th.and the MSF aired on Nov.30th. So…a total of 121 days, yes? And 17 weeks for us.

But, it is also 17 Sunday’s between them….or 17 day’s for our Family?!!

I think maybe this is how ‘time’ is represented. By Sunday’s showing, of one day for them. So…this can also explain why Daryl is still so lost and unhappy. Because it does literally feel like only  ’yesterday’ to him. 

And with the season following a ‘mirror’ effect, this coming week is 5x13 Forget…4x13 was Alone. And with the previews….Daryl confronting Aaron and then running towards the woods…guess who will be alone again. It’s been said that he ‘leaves’ the group, but maybe it’s because of this? 

And something else I thought of, another preview, Sasha is out shooting up picture’s…but keeps looking around, like she keeps hearing noises. What if, big what if, she’s the one taken this time?  The Wolves or Whisper’s , whoever they are, or maybe even someone from Hilltop?

Something to think about also, if we are mirroring episodes….when was Beth taken??

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Pillars and Jets in the Pelican Nebula

(via APOD; Image Credit & Copyright: Larry Van Vleet (LVVASTRO) )

What dark structures arise from the Pelican Nebula? Visible as a bird-shaped nebula toward the constellation of a bird (Cygnus, the Swan), the Pelican Nebula is a place dotted with newly formed stars but fouled with dark dust. These smoke-sized dust grains formed in the cool atmospheres of young stars and were dispersed by stellar winds and explosions. Impressive Herbig-Haro jets are seen emitted by a star on the right that is helping to destroy the light year-long dust pillar that contains it. The featured image was scientifically-colored to emphasize light emitted by small amounts of ionized nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur in the nebula made predominantly of hydrogen and helium. The Pelican Nebula (IC 5067 and IC 5070) is about 2,000 light-years away and can be found with a small telescope to the northeast of the bright star Deneb.