Daniel has its origins from the Hebrew name דָּנִיֵּאל (Daniyyel) and means "God is my judge."
Sometimes, a sweater is just a sweater, but in the case of Scorpion, the nod here may be to The Shining, after all, therefore, in some ways, extending the mythos of Room 237.
Update: An Antares rocket has blown up.
"Every launch costs U.S. taxpayers $237 million." ~ "Cause sought for space-supply rocket explosion," Oct 29, 2014, WESH, Orlando, Florida.
Please, hold your breath, look at the sweater, note yesterday's posting was about the new series Scorpion, and read on:
Antares, also known by its Bayer designation Alpha Scorpii (abbreviated to α Scorpii or α Sco), is the seventeenth brightest star in the nighttime sky and the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius, and is often referred to as "the heart of the scorpion." Along with Aldebaran, Regulus, and Fomalhaut, Antares comprises the group known as the "Royal stars of Persia." It is one of the four brightest stars near the ecliptic.
The above observations were published late on Monday, October 27, 2014. By coincidence, that evening, an Antares rocket was scheduled to go to the orbiting space station. It was re-scheduled because a sailboat entered the restricted area, off shore. It was set to launch on Tuesday, October 28.
But instead, the unmanned Antares rocket exploded early Tuesday evening.
According to NASA, the Orbital Sciences Corp.'s Antares rocket and Cygnus ( = swan) cargo spacecraft were set to launch at 6:22 p.m. ET. It was to carry some 5,000 pounds of supplies and experiments to the International Space Station.
"There was failure on launch," NASA spokesman Jay Bolden said. "There was no indicated loss of life.
The unmanned Antares rocket exploded shortly after launch from Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.