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Everyday, I read about something new to worry about.
A few weeks ago, I read that dishwashers can contain a nasty fungus impervious to hot water and detergent.
In Monday's Earthweek column, Steve Newman reports that a University of California geophysicist is worried that that the sun will soon "spew massive amounts of charged particles toward Earth" knocking out a great deal of our ability to communicate electronically.
As a natural worrier since childhood (at 9, I talked to adult guests at our table about my fear of World War III) I don't really want to add any more worries to my list.
And usually, in the end, it's not the stuff you worry about that gets you. Right?
(NASA image of the asteroid Vesta was taken in July from a distance of about 9,500 miles away.)