Friday, October 20, 2017

WRMI in Okeechobee

Shortwave Station Bends But Doesn’t Break

WRMI in Okeechobee scrambled back to service despite hurricane damage.
Read the full story

Sunday, October 01, 2017

Monday, September 25, 2017

Alejandro Villanueva's


Alejandro Villanueva's jersey just became the hottest buy in the NFL.

Read from the Web

Sunday, September 24, 2017

A black-eye to Vets

I will never watch a NFL foot ball game again.
This act is a poke in the eye to all Veterans.
Shame on these USA million dollar players. Try this in
another country, Go there and get out of the USA.
......... Jack Demaree = Proud Veteran of the USA

Friday, September 08, 2017

Irma - Trump's Fault


Jennifer Lawrence suggests hurricanes are Mother Nature’s rage for electing Donald Trump
See the full stupid story on YouTube

N9M on the air


http://n9m.ripleycounty.net/

Cards are in and are being sent out. Hundreds of contacts
were made. N9M was a great success.
Thanks to all that worked us WB9OTX & KC9HYL

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Salvation Army


Believe me, if you want your donation to do the most good donate to the Salvation Army.
Click HERE to make a DONATION
I have checked the authenticity of this web page
and it is confirmed .... Jack Demaree

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

If its not broke - don't fix it

Coca-cola has replaced Coke Zero with Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.
In a short few words "It Stinks" It tastes like Pepsi.
Coca-Cola - WHY ! I will be drinking it NOT.

Monday, August 21, 2017

WB9OTX WSPR to Australia

Another distance record for my 200 Mw WSPR transmitter on 30 meters.
Click to enlarge

What the Hell is Next

Do we blow up and remove
this monument ?














If the American Nazis want the canon off the 
Versailles Court House Square do we remove it ?














What in Hell is this country 
coming to ?

Friday, August 18, 2017

1981 - My 1st computer


Above was my 1st computer in January 1981
The Sinclair ZX81 was a home computer released in 1981 by Sinclair Research. It was the follow-up to the Sinclair ZX80.The machine's distinctive appearance was the work of industrial designer Rick Dickinson. Video output, as in the ZX80, was to a television set, and saving and loading programs was via an ordinary home audio tape recorder to audio cassette. Like its predecessor it used a membrane keyboard. Timex Corporation manufactured kits as well as assembled machines for Sinclair Research. In the United States a version with double the RAM and an NTSC television standard was marketed as the Timex Sinclair

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Camp David


Camp David is the country retreat of the President of the United States. It is located in wooded hills of Catoctin Mountain Park near Thurmont, Maryland, about 62 miles (100 km) north-northwest of Washington, D.C.. It is officially known as the Naval Support Facility Thurmont, because it is technically a military installation, and staffing is primarily provided by the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Camp David.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Monday, August 14, 2017

Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977)


Presley performing live at the Mississippi-Alabama
Fairgrounds in Tupelo, Mississippi, September 26, 1956
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Read the full story

Sunday, August 13, 2017

MSPR (Weak Signal Propagation Reporter)


There is always something new to try in Ham Radio one being MSPR (Weak Signal Propagation Reporter). Actually MSPR is not new I dabbled with it about five years ago not pursuing at any great length, other things were on my mind. My new interest came about after seeing a very small low power transmitter advertised. It transmits on 20 and 30 meters out of the box. Others bands can be added by adding a filter that comes in kit form. The wheels turned and the 30 meter vertical antenna that was not being used could work very well with this unit. It was ordered and in a very short time delivered. It does not come with a few adapters but luckily I had them in my junk box. It was assembled and connected to the antenna then powered on. It requires only 5 volts coming from a charger for a cell phone or a battery through a USB cable. The RF output is only 200Mw or less. This is 2 tenths of one watt. This is extremely low power. A computer, tablet, or smart phone enables you to see who is receiving the signal. The first time I brought up the web page I was totally amazed. My 200Mw signal on 30 meters was being received by other Hams hundreds of miles away. Later that night when conditions were better the signal made it all the way to New Zealand, some 8,218 miles away, this was almost unbelievable to me. keeping an eye on the distance being covered it has been received even further to Australia and many countries in Europe. By hooking it to various antennas you can judge the efficiency and directivity also the best times of day or night to use your other transmit modes such as SSB. All and all a not only fun gadget but a very useful one.
See a Youtube video about MSPR
https://youtu.be/HvHFV244Wxg

Click to enlarge


Thursday, August 10, 2017

WB9OTX/B 30 Meter Beacon

200 MW to 100 foot of RG8X to a 1/4 wave vertical
with 20 radials.
2 tenths of 1 watt from Versailles, In. USA to New Zealand 
8,217.9 miles

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

N9M Special Event Station

NMLRA














See the page at
http://n9m.ripleycounty.net

In amateur radio, a Special Event Station is a special operation usually in observation or commemoration of a special or historical event. These events usually will have a special 1x1 call sign, or some other special vanity call sign. These stations generally operate for a short time and have special QSL cards to commemorate the event.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

New FT8 Mode Included in WSJT-X

In 3 days I have made just under one hundred contacts with this new Amiture Radio Mode.You will need an interface to your computer or with some of the newer radios you need only a USB cable. The software is free. There is every U.S. state and tons of DX. Give it a try, its fun.
See my log at the bottom of my page. I am using 25 watts or less and have made several QSOs with 1 watt.
See a demo on YouTube.
...........................................................
from the ARRL
A beta release of WSJT-X, version 1.8.0-rc1, includes a new FT8 mode, featuring a faster turnaround, and it’s already showing up on the bands. According to the notes for the candidate release, FT8 offers “sensitivity down to –20 dB on the AWGN channel,” and contacts 4 times faster than JT65 or JT9. An auto-sequencing feature offers the option to respond automatically to the first decoded reply to your CQ. The beta WSJT-X also offers a new mode for accurate frequency calibration of your radio, improved CAT radio control, and enhanced JT65, QRA64, and MSK144 decoder performance. According to The Daily DX, on July 11, Frank Donovan, W3LPL, reported what he called “lots of semi-rare DX activity” using the new FT8 mode. He mentioned A92AA, OY1DZ, VR2XMT, and YE2IJ on 40 meters, and TR8CA and YI3WHR on 20. — Thanks to The ARRL Contest Update and The Daily DX

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Apollo 11 July 20, 1969



Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that landed the first two humans on the Moon. Mission commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Buzz Aldrin, both American, landed the lunar module Eagle on July 20, 1969, at 20:18 UTC. Armstrong became the first to step onto the lunar surface six hours later on July 21 at 02:56:15 UTC; Aldrin joined him about 20 minutes later. They spent about two and a quarter hours together outside the spacecraft, and collected 47.5 pounds (21.5 kg) of lunar material to bring back to Earth. Michael Collins piloted the command module Columbia alone in lunar orbit while they were on the Moon's surface. Armstrong and Aldrin spent just under a day on the lunar surface before rendezvousing with Columbia in lunar orbit.
Read MORE

The Journeys of Apollo 11, " The Conquest of the Moon ", NASA documentary (2009) HD
See the VIDEO on YouTube


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

I have a new antenna

I have a new antenna and it is working very well. It is in the shape of a dipole (kind of) the center is about 18 ft high the two ends are 16 ft. The overall length is 135 ft. It is fed with 300 ohm 94 ft of parallel feedline. From there it goes into a 1 to 1 balun coil, then 25 ft. RG8 coax to the tuner. It compares to my full wave delta loop on 75 meters. With the Palstar tunner it is usable on all bands 75 through 10 meters. It is much better on 30 meters than my 1/4 wave ground mounted 30 meter vertical. It works North and South stations as well as my Phased verticals on 40 meters. With the new mode of FT8 in the last 2 days I have worked about 3/4 of the United States and Canada. Several stations in South America and Europe have been contacted. All with 25 watts or less. The only improvement I could make to the antenna would be change the feedline to 600 ohm, but that won't come for some time because I do not have any and to buy new will be about $75.00 I just wish I could put it up higher as I'm sure it would work even better. Here is a drawing of the antenna.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017





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Friday, July 14, 2017

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Christmas Island


As a Ham Radio Operator I have in the past talked to other Hams on Christmas Island. (VK9X) Not knowing very many facts about Christmas Is., Yesterday I spoke with Doctor Alcorn who has visited there. He enlightened me on the many things he enjoyed while there. He is a fisherman and landed many woppers as he called them. He also spoke of the birds the Island is noted for. Now I know just a little more, So next time I communicate with a Ham on Christmas Is. I can know a little more about his location. When I returned home I searched on the net for more information and found an informative page, The link (URL) is posted lower.  

Christmas Island is an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean, lying south of Java, Indonesia. A national park covers most of the 135-sq-km island, offering rainforest hikes to wetlands and waterfalls like Hugh's Dale. Native wildlife includes nesting seabirds and the red crab, a land species known for its late-fall migration to the sea. The island is ringed with snorkelling and diving reefs.

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Wednesday, July 05, 2017

My friend Dr. Bob Mulford

In honor of Dr. Bob Mulford for 40 years
of service to the people of Ripley
and surrounding counties

This plaque hangs in his old office on the East side of the Versailles Square

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Remembering Tyson School



See the video larger on YouTube

See class photos from Versailles school

See photos of Versailles High School


Independence Day


In the United States, Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July or the Fourth, is a holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. On Independence Day there are many events such as fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, picnics, concerts, baseball games, political speeches and ceremonies, and various other public and private events. These events celebrate the history, government, and traditions of the United States.
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from wikipedia.org

Friday, June 30, 2017

Sporadic E propagation


Today 6/30/17 was a good day for Sporadic E on 28 and 50 Mhz. I worked several stations on 50 Mhz. My 10 meter beacon was heard in several parts of the USA. ..... Jack WB9OTX

Sporadic E or Es is an unusual form of radio propagation using characteristics of the Earth's ionosphere. Whereas most forms of skywave propagation use the normal and cyclic ionization properties of the ionosphere's F region to refract (or "bend") radio signals back toward the Earth's surface, sporadic E propagation bounces signals off smaller "clouds" of unusually ionized atmospheric gas in the lower E region (located at altitudes of approx. 90 to 160 km). This occasionally allows for long-distance communication at VHF frequencies not usually well-suited to such communication.
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From wikipedia.org

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Fireworks July 1


Clifty Falls State Park 

Versailles State Park

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Summer Solstice

The summer solstice begins on Tuesday, June 20 and Wednesday, June 21 (depending on your time zone.) For time zones further west, the solstice falls on Tuesday. The solstice will begin June 21 at 12:24 a.m. EDT and will continue west to Tuesday, June 20, 11:24 p.m. CDT, 10:24 p.m. MDT, and 9:24 p.m. PDT.

Its hard to beat a dipole antenna


Over the years I have had a search for the perfect but very simple antenna. If you want to work several frequencies a fan dipole is your best bet. A very simple 2 band antenna is a plain 40 meter dipole. This antenna will perform fine on 40 as well as 15 meters. The SWR will be around 2 to 1 on 15 but usable especially if your radio has an internal tuner. I have found for about $100.00 dollars you can buy the new parts to construct a 110 foot dipole, feed it with 300 or 450 ohm parallel feedline. This antenna must have a 1 to 1 or a 4 to 1 balun, from the balen you will need a piece of 50 ohm coax. The shorter the better. Your internal tuner in your radio will most likely tune several bands but probably not all. If you have a good external tuner you will be able to tune all the bands from 80 to 10 meters. Mine has a 1 to 1 balun and I can tune all but 12 meters. These antennas I have described will perform very well and are low in cost. Of'course they won't do the job of a gain antenna like a Yagi. If you want to spend a few more dollars, it is hard to beat a ground mounted vertical. Very simple to make but much work laying the radial system. My 40 meter vertical works fabulous on 40 and very good on 30 meters. You may be able to tune 15 with it also. A full size loop or delta loop is a good close in, say out to 300  to 400 miles. A cloud burner on 80/75 or 40 meters. but it requires lots of wire and copper wire is expensive.

Antennas that are not too good are magnetic loops, end feed 1/4 wave wires, and random wires with a 9 to 1 balun. Also eve trough non-resonant antennas. Trap dipols work but are very narrow banded and hard to make or if you buy the traps they are costly, only use if you can't fit a 1/2 wave one in the space.

If you are restricted on space or have to put your antenna in the attic you have to make do with what you have. I know two hams that have antennas in their attics and do make lots of contacts. My friend (W9BS) in Florida has an attic antenna and I have contacted him on 75, 60, 40, 30,and 6 meters. This is quite an accomplishment for being restricted to an attic space. Even a bad antenna will radiate RF, I have made contacts with a 100 watt light bulb hooked up as a dummy load !

At any rate make do with what you have to work with. I find experimenting is half the fun. A real good feeling is making an antenna that works well.
Good luck in the contest ....... Jack WB9OTX

Dipole calculator HERE
Fan Dipole Information HERE

The image is from  hamuniverse.com

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Field Day (amateur radio)


Field Day is an annual amateur radio exercise, widely sponsored by IARU regions and member organizations, encouraging emergency communications preparedness[citation needed] among amateur radio operators. In the United States, it is typically the largest single emergency preparedness exercise in the country, with over 30,000 operators participating each year. Field Day is always the fourth full weekend of June, beginning at 1800 UTC Saturday and running through 2059 UTC Sunday.
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Flag Day June 14 2017


Look out for the red, white, and blue this week as the United States celebrates Flag Day. Here's what you should know about the special occasion, which pays tribute to the Stars and Stripes on June 14.
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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Where am I

The passenger steamer SS Warrimoo was quietly knifing its way through the waters of the mid-Pacific on its way from Vancouver to Australia.  The navigator had just finished working out a star fix & brought the master, Captain John Phillips, the result.

The Warrimoo’s position was LAT 0º 31′ N and LON 179º 30′ W.  The date was 31 December 1899.  “Know what this means?”  First Mate Payton broke in, “We’re only a few miles from the intersection of the Equator and the International Date Line.”
Captain Phillips was prankish enough to take full advantage of the opportunity for achieving the navigational freak of a lifetime.  He called his navigators to the bridge to check & double check the ships position.
He changed course slightly so as to bear directly on his mark.  Then he adjusted the engine speed.  The calm weather & clear night worked in his favor.

At midnight the SS Warrimoo lay on the Equator at exactly the point where it crossed the International Date Line!  The consequences of this bizarre position were many: The forward part (bow) of the ship was in the Southern Hemisphere & the middle of summer.  The rear (stern) was in the Northern Hemisphere & in the middle of winter.

The date in the aft part of the ship was 31 December 1899.  Forward it was 1 January 1900.  This ship was therefore not only in two different days, two different months, two different years, two different seasons but in two different centuries – all at the same time.

Author unknown

Friday, June 09, 2017

Stations I've contacted

Stations I've contacted WB9OTX June 9, 2017

VK6KXW 2017-06-09 40m JT65 OF87jr Australia Peter Jackson
4X1QQ 2017-06-09 30m JT65 KM72st Israel 4x1qq - 4X1QQ
SQ9CWZ 2017-06-09 30m JT65 JO90ng Poland Lesiewicz Marek
UY3IC 2017-06-09 30m JT65 KN98cg Ukraine Alexandr Pyanov
YO7CKQ 2017-06-09 30m JT65 KN15pa Romania Sorin-David NIMARA
IU7IGC 2017-06-09 30m JT65 JN81KC46 Italy         Fedele Fabio Lopinto
WB0FTY 2017-06-08 6m JT65 DM99di USA   BERNARD R WEISHAPL
VK4TDX 2017-06-08 30m JT65 QG62lf Australia Raymund Wietschorke
ZS1CM 2017-06-08 30m JT65 JF95fw South Africa Frank Daelemans
NT2X 2017-06-08 6m SSB FN30ao USA  EDWARD KRITSKY
K1KA 2017-06-08 6m JT65 FN42fv USA  David L Mackey
PP6ZZ 2017-06-07 30m JT65 HH19la Brazil Andre C Sampaio
DL1HAZ 2017-06-07 30m JT65 JO43xs Germany Walter Zimmer
LY2FN 2017-06-07 30m JT65 KO14xv Lithuania RICARDAS STROLIA
DL2MIJ 2017-06-06 17m JT65 JN58di Germany Robert Mussinger

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Sunday, June 04, 2017

Ultimate Guide to Meteor Showers in 2017


If you are a reader of this Blog you read that I have been communicating via meteor scatter. Unfortunately the conditions have not been too favorable lately. So I will have to wait for the next Meteor Shower. What, your not a Ham Radio Operator, Well you can still gaze at the sky to see some of the bright streaks. Here is a Meteor Shower calendar so you won't miss the action.
See it HERE

Image and information is from:
http://www.skyandtelescope.com/

Monday, May 15, 2017

Virus - malware - ransom ware

Just don't read (open) emails that you do not know the sender. Don't click on links in emails. Don't open attachments. It is as simple as that...... Jack

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Airline Ticket Giveaway Scam



Dear Valued Customer,

We would like to know how your last flight with American Airlines? Start now

For a couple seconds of your time we are offering a $79 flight voucher claim now

If you received this email or see it on Facebook Like the one above.
DO NOT click on any links, open any attachments, call phone numbers listed, or follow any instructions in these fraudulent emails including opening any type of attachments. Instead, delete all emails and attachments.

from: Snopes.com

Friday, May 12, 2017

CQ DX on the Ham Bands

I suppose CQ DX means different things to different people. To me it means don't call me if you are inside the USA. I guess for some like the Lid in Texas that calls me here in Indiana on 40 meters covering (QRMing) up the Ham in Europe. All you can do is move frequency and let'em call. I won't answer !! .... WB9OTX

Image from: "theharvestfellowship page"

Mother's Day

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Tuesday, May 09, 2017

How Far Can You Talk

Novice Radio Station WN9GOA 

People that are not familiar with Amateur (Ham) Radio ask how far do you talk? Distance is not a factor but how rare the location is. If there is no one there for you to communicate with you don't communicate. Heard Island is approximately 12,500 miles from my location but there are only a group of Hams that travail there about every 10 years or so. This makes the location very rare, not the distance. Below is an above average day of contacts I made. There is nothing  rare as there are thousands of Hams at any of these locations, but the distances are great. Some are over 10,000 miles away. 
Australia, Japan, Czech Rep.,  F.R.of Germany, Slovenia, Ukraine,  Hungary,  and Poland








See the WB9OTX QRZ page

Monday, May 08, 2017

Victory in Europe Day MAY 8


May 8th
Victory in Europe Day, generally known as V-E Day, VE Day or simply V Day, was the public holiday celebrated on 8 May 1945 to mark the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender of its armed forces. It thus marked the end of World War II in Europe.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image from nationaldays.net

Monday, May 01, 2017

May 5th Cinco de Mayo




It has become a  tradition with this Blog to post each year the tragic event of May 5th.
We should all remember Cinco de Mayo. Please click the below link to view the past posts.

http://wb9otx.blogspot.com/search?q=sinko

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Bank Swallows

These little birds come to our home every year. Yesterday was the first day I have seen them (Apr. 14th, 2017) They nest in a bluebird house but after  they leave the bluebirds take over the house. It is a sure sign of Spring when they arrive.I call them Bank Swallows but there are other names that people call them like Sand Martins. Read about them at Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sand_martin
Taken in my back yard

Saturday, April 15, 2017

444 miles per watt on 30 meters


It was just before sunset at my location (QTH) and just after sun rise at Perth Australia, this is called the gray line in Ham radio lingo. As I do many times I checked the propagation of the different radio bands. I found the 10 Mhz. (30 meters) band was my best chance for working longe distances (DX). I switches the 30 meter antenna to the transceiver clicked the mouse on the computer to the transmit mode. The funny sounds of JT65 mode called CQ DX WB9OTX EM79. The computer called for about 50 seconds the turned the transmitter back to receive. A 50 seconds wait then there it appeared on the monitor, WB9OTX VK6LC -06. This told me a fellow Ham in the far West of Australia was calling me. My report sent back to him was a -08 a very respective signal strength for the both of us. When we both signed off with our best regards (73) I used the computer to log the contact then a look at QRZ, a database of all radio amateurs. This told me VK6LC was located just a few miles South of  Perth, Australia. this was a distance of 11,100 miles from my antenna here at Versailles, Indiana. I was using only 25 watts of power and my antenna was a 1/4 wave that is gronnd mounted with 20 1/4 wave radial wires. A very simple 23 foot aluminum tube. (pictured above)
If you would like to see the station of VK6LC CLICK HERE
This little story is very common to Radio Amateurs. Its like fishing, you never know what you will catch when you put out your call, But Western Australia is a real big fish on the 30 meter band.
73, Jack WB9OTX

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Lots of Ham Radio Photos


Top 20 15 10 Bottom 17 12 Meters
Click HERE to see the pictures


Monday, April 10, 2017

(Japan) Bataan Death March April 9, 1942

74 Years Ago
A burial detail of Filipino and prisoners of war uses improvised litters to carry fallen comrades at Camp O'Donnell, Capas, Tarlac, 1942, following the Bataan Death March.
Read  the full article


From: wikipedia.org/

Saturday, April 08, 2017

WORKING THE GRAY LINE

The "grey line" is a band around the Earth that separates daylight from darkness.  Propagation along the grey line is very efficient.  One major reason for this is that the D layer, which absorbs HF signals, disappears rapidly on the sunset side of the grey line, and it has not yet built upon the sunrise side. Ham radio operators and shortwave listeners can optimize long distance communications to various areas of the world by monitoring this band as it moves around the globe.
See a grayline realtime map

Paul Harden, NA5N on Grayline
Read his full story


Earth imagery derived from the NASA Blue Marble

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Catch a Falling Star

50 Mhz. Meteor scatter is a new mode for me. After about 50 yrs. in the Ham Radio hobby this is one that I have missed. I found communicating via a streaking meteor is much easier than I expected. I was never too excited running 6 meters in the past, but this is a new challenge. If you can transmit 25 watts or more, have a computer, and some time you can work other stations via a meteor trail. Don't give up if you are not going to be one of the big gun boys. I have made contacts with 25 watts and a dipole antenna.
But it takes time and patience The bigger the antenna and higher wattage will increase contacts and slow wait time. Give it a try, Its habit forming.
......... Jack WB9OTX
A beginner’s guide to meteor-scatter communicat


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AIR DRONE CRAZE






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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Equinox, Eggs in the balance



The egg being the most literal and obvious of all fertility symbols, ancient eggish customs survive not only in the form of egg rolling and Easter eggs, but also in the quaint superstitious belief, most often attributed to the Chinese, that you can stand a raw egg on end during the equinox. Apparently this derives from the notion that, due to the sun's equidistant position between the poles of the earth on the first day of spring, special gravitational forces apply.

From a skeptical point of view, the first objection that comes to mind is the fact that there's another equinox on the first day of autumn. Why is there no talk of balancing eggs on end in September? Secondly, while it's true that on both equinoxes the earth's axis is perpendicular to the sun, so day and night are of exactly equal length, there's no scientific reason to suppose that that alignment has any appreciable effect on gravitational forces here on earth. Thirdly, if the equinox can cause this curious anomaly, why aren't there others? Why don't we hear talk of being able to stand broomsticks, pencils, lollipops, or toothpicks on end?

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Chuck Berry Dies at 90

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Berry