wants to be
the first to calculate
how much 'missing mass' is instantly
when the motions of 'cylander rotation' with 'cylander tumbling'
in a state of gravity
freefall in deep space are included
in calculations of speeds of the machine
in galaxy arms?

Missing mass
(free space free fall
multi rotations combined),
augments hissing found simply by
enhancing astronomy images to see how
much mass in toto the image contains.
Hissing mass means the total mass
picture missed before the
missing mass missions,
or whatever, it
all comes
down to
more mass in the universe.
Can listening to 'sounds' from
deep space reveal anything new, as
did listening to radio signals reveal more

Another name for the dim mass total is 'silent matter'
whose existences can be known by hisssss ? To hear
hisssss you need accoustic amplifyers, not radio
dish recievers. Perhaps you will hear songs
of energies which saturate space with
Gravitic Seas including
where masses grow

  to bottom     Chandra telescope - not so much missing mass as missing content, is revealed here.    

Missing mass is explored in detail in M74.

Missing mass is thick, thick, thick, in an image of Ngc 4258.

Missing mass is a residual small galaxy jetting into M87

Source of several images shown next below.

NGC 891

As suspected,
Ngc 891 is a wide
body object, the width
glimpsed inconclusively in
images enhanced, this one, out
in full smash from Japanese sources
shows the wide body as if a polar ring
galaxy whose 'ring' is in very dim medias


galaxies M65
and M66 have a closeby
neighbor, not even suspected in
first look, enhancement clearly shows a
large dim object in between, direct contact
between it and the upper spiral galaxy
seen in dim yet distinct tendrils
trailing upward, the dark
object has the shape
and size to
be a dark
galaxy except
one would expect
something bright from
the center at least but this
large object is even darker in the center


A larger
diffuse oversize
is revealed for the Sculptor
galaxy in these enhancements, certain
features revealed more in blue, other features
including more of the diffuse surrounding haze is
revealed in red. Histogram shows what seem to be
gravitic waves in concentric formation around
the upper right end and above the lower
left. Turbulence trailing away below
indicates upward drifting motion


A very
diffuse very
grainy image does help
when enhanced, revealing a vertical
circular cyclonnic sweeping over the right
flank and dimly senses deep space turbulences above
and below the left flank


long range
antenna arms are
revealed in this Noao
image of Ngc 4676, the details too
blurry to bother with further image adjustments


hidden in faint
image of M88 which
swells to major galaxy size.
Windings are very cinched up, deeply
indented core, pronounced twists in lateral planes,
result in a very torqued object lacking a smooth generic dish or disk

clustere large
vertical upright areas
which seem geometric perhaps 6
sided tympani resonator cavities, are
seen beyond the right end of the core socket,
and are sure signs of major collision but
who can say how long ago, but perhaps
recent, at least one object on
a long rod out into space
in the upper right
seems to be an
intruder or
jet engine


show similar
features as seen in
some above color enhancements.
Click on thumbnails for large images

Dark stretch between M65 and M66

Larger diffuse areas and space drift turbulence at Ngc 253

Huge superform of dim media contents immensly swells Ngc 3628 into an intriguing superform, it was spotted partially off screen at the top of the M65 Dss image of M65-m66. Smuged circular blurrs are seen at both ends, the right end blur drifts into deep space in faint sonic collars.



and newspaper
publishers like to talk
about amazing co-incidences in the
form of total solar eclipses. Here is one, two
chance screen captures happened to land a pair of images
together in such a way they combine perfectly in virtual 3D
to give us a glimpse of the 'insect', a deep space
configuration in which it may be what we
are seeing is where another
galaxy went in,
oval just
lower right of
the main Ngc 4414 body, and
where it came out, darker oval above Ngc 4414.
The cat whiskers which give the whole construction its 'insect'
appearance are also seen rather well and the only thing these
seem to be is tracks left in a sailpast by something
giving a slight glancing blow to the outer
left edge, the fact that the cat
whiskers are pulled in at
the point of contact
means Ngc 4414's
strong gravity collapsed
(concentrated) the shape of the
fast travelling by passer (gravity does
this - the stronger the gravity, the smaller
the cross sectional area, and the greater
concentration of rest state mass). In
fact the collider might have
sailed in ploughing
under the
to the rear where
there it resides now, the
actual collision event is not clear,
but, no contest, a choatic collison has occurred


See large display of M94 images in context here. In the next images, of M94, (from this Dss image), the small slash is at further depth and a different angle its right end dipping away, whereas the right end of the larger slash is angled sharply toward us in deep space.

Suspect these are galaxies. Sharp clues are as follows, seen only in 3D by overlaying the two images together - the small slash is far distant back in deep space, very far, and the larger slash has a sharp elbow jog, which is common in galaxy arms and rims, and cannot be made by some mad astronomer's razor blades on a film negative or whipping the mouse around on an image altering computer. In fact the upper broom tail, which bends this way, has parallel layers, as seen in the low resolution zooms enhanced above as best as I can get them (see the three 'slash' images above again). A wide ranging look at slashes is here.

The greater Supergalaxy areas of most galaxies are rich in dim
'low radiance'   hidden mass

Grotty old
or new astronomy
images are interesting
because they usefully can instantly
reveal large mass aggregates not seen in the original
old or new grotty, and alas usually not seen in better larger
more colorful images coming down now from electronic telescopes.
I use the old grotties to find things, sometimes then hitting
the Internet to find more about the 'thing's usually
unsuccessfully in that even though a lot of
material is on the Internet regards
galaxies and so on, very
little of that is
in the form
of actual
most is in
the form of written
reports which pros read and
make judgements and decisions about
what they read, rather than what they see. Ergo
old grotty images are tools of value at this present time


Above, an enhancement, and histogram of Ngc 1232, from this Dss original.


A long thin anomalous arm hooks around on its own and points straight to Little Rudolpho, this seems evident enough that the small galaxy has been encountering Ngc 1232, the small galaxy currently entering forespace after slingshoting around from a probable cometary fling closer to the core at the rear of the Ngc 1232 bulk.

This rotated image above was used to solve a major mystery involving slingshots, here.

Good 'slingshot' views in galaxy examples are here 1 and here 2.

A histogram view (dark blue) shows that faint streaks are streaming upward from the top, and, there are faint concentric arcs in deep space radiating upward above the small galaxy.

An ESO image of Ngc 1232 explodes into stupendous size, most of it on the outer right flank, the left flank where a small remote galaxy named Little Rudolpho hoves nearby does not explode with the same push when the original image is given one hit of Histogram Equalize.


Forms of well known galaxy
objects are usually rich in abundant surrounding mass at larger area, the abundant outer field mass usually not seen being very low radiant compared to the brightness of the main galaxy which is usually the only form of a galaxy known, as bright and colored against a pitch black deep space background.

However, each of these galaxies
extend far out from their optically most bright inner regions, the outer superforms captured in photo medias too dim to be discerned by normal eyesight and when enhanced to reveal the superform the inner optically bright mainform becomes overwhite which is of no good to astronomers.

However, the superform actually reveals the whole of a galaxy's scope, not just its pretty picture. Histogram Equalize in an image processor (such as Paint Shop Pro) can reveal in an instant what lays afield though producing a product with few fine or exquisite details remaining, due to overbright, yet, how much more of the galaxy is seen, is well worth the effort.

Enhancing an image density with 'gamma correction' may reveal more in an image but usually produces a grey or smurred background and in most cases cannot reveal the true extent of residual faint captured photons such as are instantly revealed in the maximum light-dark contrasts revealed by Histogram Equalize (3rd images at right in the above composite panel).

The following is a photo show designed only to show and tell, each, a 3-picture trio, showing an original image enhanced by 'gamma correction, and a 3rd view enhanced by 'histogram equalize'. You can see the superforms of the galaxies in an instant, perhaps even you may recognize a galaxy or two since most of these object are well known and well studied by astronomers

A major Supergalaxy is found for each galaxy, even giant massive spirals
such as M101 and the Whirlpool

A rogue's rampage of missing mass images follows

NGC 7331

sloping core
bulges below the
rim. An arm lifts above the
central disk plane, giving thickness in
the form of depth. In color treated black and
white, part of the glowing core is visible below the
rim. The large core itself is sharply cammed to the right
like a tipping bird bath. The core well itself extends far down
below the central disk plane. A cluster of tenticle arms shoot
out from around behind the left flank and waggle into space,
revealing that major structures go on behind the scenes
of the disk which we can't see. Two more spiral
galaxies appear in the blink of an eye.
This, sir, is a lot of missing mass



A characteristic
of all of these missing mass
shows, an original alongside a whitened
blasted by histogram equalize, is a broad band of
bright smooth haze in surrounding areas of dark. It
has been assumed that the broad bands are trails
showing the galaxy's prevailing drift
through deep space, which is
why I find them (the
histograms) so

above galaxy
breed is called 'lenticular
galaxies' by pros. More on this, Ngc 3718, is here

This above
construction is
somewhat similar to the
collision construction of Centaurus A

The galaxy
show n' tell continues

See more Ngc 4395 images here

how a drift
extends from the
upper end of small eliptical
galaxy Ngc 205 to a disturbed area under
the rim of Andromeda, revealing that small Ngc 205
is emerging into the open from a recent flyby
under the body of Andromeda. Such instant
finds in enhancing an image are
nicely worthwhile and can
at once put aside
fields of
(football field
size) hammering theories
back and forth regards the activities of
small elliptical galaxy Ngc 205 and its relationship
to mighty Andromeda. The above Andromeda image is not
to scale the height exaggeration more immediately
revealing the drift's band of blue matter

See more about the drift, and about Andromeda itself

of viewing a 'superform'
is new arms or other dramatic dynamic
features can be seen in an instant, particularly when
an image is viewed fullsized (not the 'thumbnail' scale used
for the images above). Not currently under study or known by
astronomers in a given galaxy, the superform is a leading
seeme guide to galaxy superstardom and will certainly
shave a few points at least off the missing
mass percentages of the universe


Click here for antenna 'time signature' images


photographer David Malin
of Australia has reported that attenuating the
'contrasts' in developing prints from emulsion photographs of
astronomy objects can reveal new details not prior known
to be in the emulsion - he called these finds
"finding little white buggers all
over the place"

I have
found that
'contrast' in an
image processor, interferes
with an image's latent contents, that
use of 'contrast' rubs out much of the finer
details which can or may be coaxed from an image
by using enhancing adjusters such as 'gamma
correction' (density), 'colors' (richness),
and 'histogram equalize' (fundamental
dark-light contrasts)

I rarely
(hardly ever)
use 'contrast' in
playing with enhancing
adjusters when looking for
hidden or dim 'missing mass or new
details' contents in an astronomy image,
including digital captured images from Hubble,
ESO, and Chandra, in which (for these three digital
telescope sources) color density and gamma correction
are the most useful way to go since 'histogram equalize'
for images from these three sources tend to produce
only a pixilated amorphous background field and
extreme washouts of the central image. You
will see what I mean if you try
enhancing images yourself



A gravity well is seen


I would
like to use this
Andromeda endhalf image
but cannot, too few dpi's in what
originally is a large image. The only thing
usefull is to show how much missing mass drifts
beyond the east hard border, and to assume this
image from Noao is one of the scenes used here
by an astronomer to suggest the drifts meant a
collision with Triangulum

Enhancement reveals a deep space dark 'sinkhole'

ready to
turn baby steps
into giant steps. One click
of Histogram Equalize, and PRESTO!

only does
abundant missing
mass explode into view,
one dark hole appears in the
upper right frame of the deep
space survey's widest degrees
of arc image, 2nd at left.
The deep space survey
of a couple of
decades ago
most of
space by black
and white ground based
telescopes intending to map the main
galaxies and space at large fortunely although
the telescope was of rather low resolution, the film media
used was very high quality and expensive so that a lot
more ambiant photon light across the spectrum
entered the film, the film processed to
reveal the most easily recognized
bright light features. In
the surrounding media,
dim and very dim
dark matter
as well
as deep space
textures and fabrics of
low and very low luminence were
also photographed and stored on the film,
which we can now see by swift speed using home
image processing softwares (such as Paint
Shop Pro) on tabletop PC computers.
Ergo, the presto presentation
above, with the mystery
of a clearly seen
dark hole
deep space
sinkhole as the bonus

R CORONAE AUSTRALIS COMPLEX - missing details and mass

and mass missed
in a hot star area image.
Filaments are missing completely
from an ESO image of the R Coronae Australis
Complex hot star area, the missing
filaments easily revealed in
an enhancement


Enhanced by Greydon Moore

The above enhancements suggest a large figure dominating a small view field. Actully, it is the small figure in the large view field presented in the above original, the ehancements showing how much was missed in the image engineer interpretations at ESO.

Stereo overlay reveals the upper irregular object is in forespace, the object's gravitational glues dragging tendrils and drifts mainly from the two small yellow stars in the rearground, the stars yellow tinged in radiating through spectrum absorbing haze that takes out certain colors leaving yellow.

A pause to wonder what constitutes this door handle - Hmmmmm? what is it. Enhancements (by GM) show it is associated with some extremely dynamic circumstances lurking in the darks of obscuring dense low-luminous matter


The Studebaker door handle is seen (more dimly), in a Dss plate, of 'Coronae Australis'.

Click for Dss Coronae small
Click for Dss Coronae large

It was
hoped that a
Dss Deep Space Sky
Survery image of Ngc 4414 would
reveal more insight as to the nature of how it
came to have such a huge far ranged vertical underskirt.
The image Dss image doesn't of course. It is interesting however
for another reason, in what it reveals about the deep space sitting of
Ngc 4414. A small version shows long horizontal drifts across the frame
in bands of differing media density, and slanted vertical sheeting plus
swirls around bright objects indicating motions, or gravity
wave interactions, or both. A larger version
of the same histogram enhanced Dss
image reveals thin tracks
even cracks crossing
space, and a
long thick
twisted helix
rises vertically
from the left snout of
Ngc 4414 where cat whiskers
criss cross at the snout itself. This
twisted helix and the cat whiskers may have
something to do with Ngc 4414's odd nature (most of
it's stuff is hidden from all but insect's eyes - insects
see in other frequencies than those most used by
humans). Two zooms show extended oblong
mantles around the outer body, the
outermost mantle very faint

from a graphic
editor's preview window,
show sheeting and cell walls which
cannot be seen in an obvious way in
the larger images. Ngc 4414 is
the round black spot in
the middle


A 'mosque'
(swirling oinion)
above the insect seems
to have probable cause in the
insect's circumstances. In thugshots
the 'mosque' is an oval cavity with ribs
radiating into to a point at a hot object,
the oval seemingly a vacuum in the
media density of space there

The 'mosque'
is in a perfect
position to be all that
is left of a smaller galaxy that
arced under Ngc 4414 causing the deep cleft
in the front edge of Ngc 4414, the cleft is very
deep but if a galaxy sailed through there, it
did not seem to disturb the core by much,
suggesting it may have dived in,
swinging in a gravity grab
arcing downward, as it
it entered like
a comet in
in closest
approach to a Sun,
and came out the other side
hardly anything left of it, slinging
on out in an uprising hyperbolic path, or perhaps
on an elliptical orbit bringing what is left
(residue) back to Ngc 4414, eventually

used above also
appear in the Ngc 4414 page.
The slightly rotated image above
is a surprise discovery on
how to improve 3D


such as the
'mosque' showing a
vacuum caused by a dense
small object are not to be trusted. In
an image as grainy as these views, however,
it usually happens that 'grainy' views are in
fact showing something and later what that
is can be revealed by another released
image of great mew professional
interest. In fact, ovals
like this may be a
faint residue
of a spiral
galaxy totally
stripped of dust and
gas leaving only clumps in rings
showing where the galaxy's breadth once existed.
For instance oblong diffuse galaxy M110, neighbor of Andromeda,
has oval rings made only of small bright dots sweeping out long distances
at oblique angles to the plane of M110, the oval necklaces are consistent with
a spiral galaxy (larger than M100) stripped of everything but it's star
fields, which is entirely possible since M110 itself is just now
emerging from a vigorous piranha attact under the
hemskirt of Andromeda. And this puts entirely
new meaning to the words 'missing mass'
since they include skeleton arms

Missing mass, a great deal of it, shows up in outer left flanges of galaxy Ngc 4414

Click here for very revealing Deep Space Sky survey images of Ngc 4414

blue matte
in the lower left
is actually more galaxy
a whole lot more of it, in dim media



Ngc 4414 has it's own lengthy page, continuing the hissing mass, er, missing mass mission.


Notice how thick this inner galactic area is, thick, thick, thick, missing mass galore not even hidden. It is very thick here, lots of missing mass, a trashed cinamon roll comes to mind, rather than a warped pancake, it is definately not a warped pancake, look at the dynamics, seeming flat dimension larger arms are actually 3D dimension short arms, because the whole area is so thick. Thick, thick, thick. I will keep repeating the word 'thick' until scientists catch on to the fact that many galaxies (such as this one) are thick, thick, thick.

Three enhanced image pair views in sequence (with subtle differences in details per each view pair) add up to an impression that is far more correct about this galaxy than seen in just one view pair alone.

The image of spiral galaxy Ngc 4258, from this page, is said to have an unusual aspect in that the foreground Milky Way stars have been removed. An even more unusual aspect is how much information is missing from the image, the galaxy superform is HUGE, swelling well beyond the picture frame.

Notice the alignment of the inner bright portion with two short tighly arced glowing arms, the tilt of the inner bright portion is sharply declentented (cammed) to the outer rest, on a vertical cant relative to the more horizontal cant of the dim outer portions, in fact each stage of the dim outer portions is sharply declented relative to a neighboring stage, the dim outer upper stages so sharply declented as to be nearly vertical. These declante stages, and the obvious disturbance in the upper outer dim portion, all point to a transfiguring disruptive collision in the galaxy's history.

Image 1   Image 2  

A Dss original image, enhanced, shows the larger body. Histogram Equalize shows substantial drifts streaking away along the upper left flank into deep space, and a large dark hole at the upper right.

Image 3   Image 4  

In this 2nd generation view next, the dark empty area to the lower right is an illusion, click here to see why. The faint white wisps arcing above the galaxy are already known, in the picture inlcuding the color views above.

Image 5  

The 2nd generation image looks like they managed to save the film from the fire, then used it to make the 2nd generation image, or visa versa. In either case it puts new meaning to the words' 50% complete'.

A search of Dss 2nd generation red and blue images reveals, in one of the 2nd generation images, a large body of denser deep space media to the left, and a long straggling strew of rubble from the upper right end of the main galaxy body except it is not definatively clear that the rubble strews to the small galaxy floating nearby. The 2nd generation image seems to have run out of hot poop lower down never the less the upper part shows more of the strew of rubble. No smoking critter (other than the small galaxy floating nearby,) is in the vacinity. Whatever created the rubble strew is not visibly self evident in the Dss views.

The strew of low luminant poorly organized matter may be the other galaxy, except, usually, long thin antenna arms are seen, and areas or pockets of hot new star births, but these are missing, it may be chaotic dust too disturbed to impact by percussions into star birth. In speculation, the large disturbed dim area shifting brightly to the right in the upper outer regions as seen in Histogram Equalize may be the other galaxy but if so it is not radiating strongly in normal visible optical light at the moment.

Ngc 4258 (M106 by another name) is described by some astronomers as having 'anomalous' arms, which says a lot for current understanding of bi-lateral symmetry principles in galaxies.

This SEDS page has a slew of Ngc 4258 (M106) images some you will recognize. A NOAO image shows both galaxies (M106 and small galaxy floating nearby,) which when enhanced in different color frequencies reveals unusual mass distributions around the objects. Each different color,   red   blue   green   is subtely different, green seems to show the most details of the galaxy(s) at large.

Other sites to link to, show that Ngc 4258 (M106) has been extensively studied in view of containing one of the largest known concentrations of stars (solar masses) known, at its center. You casual rompees through Galaxies In Chaos pages can loose yourself in these links trying to follow hopefully a general concesis amongst astronomers about this galaxy. My guess is collision, with main parts of collidees A and B passing through the inner nexus near the middle of each collidee. The guess continues, suggesting partially merged galaxies have collided with a third, with all three slow moving to begin with, a coalescing amongst collidees rather than a ripping apart could consequence, particularly in building super massive solar concentrations at the center.

Link 1
Link 2
Link 3

Here is a radio study of M87 in the Virgo galaxy cluster which I accidently worked into the mix of Ngc 4258. Since M87 is an interesting cuss, here is a link with lots of psuedopods attached to other links, and the radio image which first caught my attention.

Link 4


The flare is not a perfect straight line, it wobbles slightly, the seeming long string is actually a series of slashes in a long line and each slightly sideways.

There is a very faint dim extension at the outer end, it is very long, kinking around the hem away from the camera. When seen in 3D overlay the foremost bright clump broadens out taking an abrupt jog vectored rearward to initiate the long line toward the far away center. It is possible, perhaps, that this long 'flare' is the residual of a small galaxy, snared, being pulled into the core breaking apart and stretching out and unravelling unevenly accelarating more and more the closer the core was approached, so that only an extreme thin string of it has actually come newar the core.

The faint extension is most luminant in red frequencies. It hardly changes in visibility in hightened green enhancement, and blue does not torch much either.

I do not know how doppler frequency shifts might destroy the idea of a small unravelling galaxy being pulled in, I do know that the string is not a straight line, it is a series of slashes each slightly sideways, and that it meanders at the outer end to quite a distance away from us along the outer hem, both clues suggesting not a recurrent rigorous jetting from a single polarized pole port. The fact is the incoming small galaxy may have been fast travelling forming quite a projectile co-incidentally headed straight toward the core.


The unravelling projectile concept is consistent with observations made in enhanced images throughout Galaxies In Chaos regarding galaxy collisions and collidee residues, expecially involving smaller objects in the gravitic presence of larger disruptees which in turn are disturbed by the disrupters, some of which have been called 'intruders' in Galaxies In Chaos, whose fragments can often be seen as 'jet engines', which when captured and are permanently embodied in the flow of an arm, become 'polyps'.

In the case of M87, perhaps the larger ambiant mass of the elliptical galaxy, in the lack of prominant swirling gravity packed arms, can result in such a long jet if the incoming collidee is coming in co-incidentally on a single lineal vector more or less aimed straight to the core where, then, angular transversal momentums are not involved.


According to this Hubble 1994 view there is no jet at the actual core, the jet peters right out at a distance outside the core main. The core enlargement (upper left view in the Hubble composite) has no identifyable feature pointing to a core anomaly from which might issue periodic jetting, more of the core's inner dynamics flare vertically suggesting the core itself is moving rapidly in the opposite direction (south, and toward us) on momentum vectors which are independent (but somewhat close to a right angle) of the angle of the incoming jet.

A second problem with the outspewing jet theory is there is no lateral bending in the jet, as is seen in most every other entity which has a long 'jet'. All long jets are curved or displaced or scrunched up to one noticable degree or another along their lengths. Here, the jet is a long string, noticeably straight, not curved. Sci Fi models depict molecules stripped apart from human bodies and strung out in an increasing thin string of elongated screaming molecules parading faster and faster being sucked into the event horizon of a black hole. Here at M87 the thinning of the string near core main may not be screaming molecultes stretching out into an ever thinning line parading into a black hole, rather, the string's thinness may be an optical factor due to such a long distance far off in depth to the core area, if closer up we may see the string as quite broad.

I am not throwing up alternative proposals to wave crickling peacock feathers under the noses of serious astronomers, these proposals are what I see, as I see it looking at enhanced and highly enhanced views in overlay by merging two side by side images into one central composite whose 'look-at-this' has subtle and very subtle details leaping forth in succinct ways due to the fact that positive elements in a merged image re-enforce, and spurious factors are cancelled out, in the overlay merger. Simple facts. I do not dispute them rather use them to best advantages with an acquired skill and momentum and knowhow.

At this moment the technique of image merger by eyeball control gives me unfair advantages and discoveries are new and swift in coming. If anyone(s) else catches up and passes me by, I can retire in ease feeling a job has been done, (not a job of work, lads, I mean that 'knowing' also implies a responsibility in communicating in whatever means and ways are available without bringing police to the door).

Now, if I talk like a casual eccentric trying to outrace a Texan uhauler's accent it is because I am not a Texan and don't scratch the ass end of a horse to get attention. I use enhanced images for all the attention I need. Ergo, the ejecting jet in M87 is actually an incoming unravelled small galaxy. And that is the end of headroom in classroom galactica for today.

Inspector Luminous leans back and wonders if the remark about the police will backfire and actually bring police to the door. But endures the modern world built on free speech, freedom of thought, freedom from intellectual oppression and supression of activity as long as the activity is not destructive rather potentially constructive for society as a whole. That is the way of progress, weak voices hooting from long distances in the galactic outskirts and occasionally a block buster of a good thought from one individual who has serious clout in a particular magnetic vortex in the thought structures of the mass consciousness. Inspector Luminous decides to ride on all of the above remarks and turns off the overhead casablanca fan slowly swatting flies, turns off the computer, and heads for the other room to scan the 200 channels on TV for something unpappish to watch. The headroom session for today is officially over.

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