Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: The symbols on the black box
From: bemo@spacsun.rice.edu (Brian D. Moore)
Date: 1991-04-22, 12:49
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <1991Apr20.092814.21602@athena.mit.edu>, astronut@athena.mit.edu (Robert M Sanner) writes:

|> 	I'm a bit behind in the postings, so forgive me if this has already 
|> been pointed out, but why couldn't this "paw print" be (yet another) symbol
|> for Jupiter?  The planet itself, with its four Galilean satellites (Io,
|> Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto) would be all ancient star gazers would be
|> able to discern...
|> 
|> 					rob
     Probably, at least as good as anything else I've heard. If it is indeed
a paw print, that indicates to me "Ursa Major" (The Great Bear).  I would
think that Jupiter gets the old '2-4' treatment that it does on the map.

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