One Word Sunday this week is ‘Confusion’.

So, I’ve flipped it around a little and gone with ‘Understanding’. And by that, I mean our way of going about understanding the confusion of the Universe. Well, Outer Space. Well, radio waves. Well, pulsars and the like.

This is the Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire, as it was a few years ago, although it looks pretty much the same today, and probably as it looked when it was first built back in 1957.

I love the magic of the Universe; and the fantasies. I’m more than bamboozled by the workings of it, but have at least some understanding of it thanks in part to the data gathered by telescopes such as this. I couldn’t answer questions on it (or pulsars, quasars or other ‘spacial’ stuff for that matter) and if I did I would receive many a confused look back at me… but as I don’t have any photos of confused looks to use, this representation of understanding will have to do!

Visit Debbie’s site (on the link below) to see more takes on the theme:

One Word Sunday

4 Comments

  1. My claim to fame!!! 🙂 ❤

    I met Professor Lovell when I was six years old!!! 🙂 ❤

    Dad took us all to see the telescope.

    There was no visitors centre, just a car park and the arboretum, but I looked up at it and it was HUGE!!! 🙂 ❤

    Blessed Be! 🙂 ❤

    Prenin.

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