The windy weather is the topic of conversation as Lum entters the store. He describes the scebne of folks and even animals fighting their way through the turmoil.
Abner gets confused that professor Sloane might have two heads. But he has more of a hard time in believing that stars move around in the sky. Why does he need the roof to open up on the observatory, and spin around?
The Old Edwards saying about necessity being the mother of invention adds to the cunfusion. As Abner marvels at families in the area who may have the inventive mother, Cedric enters to tell about the observatory that keeps spinning around.