Monthly Archives: November 2006

A relativistic perspective

One of the interesting things about current events at, is how a relatively overwhelming life event distorts one’s perspectives. It’s sort of like Einstein’s relativistic events close to the event horizon of a singularity. Little things can take on … Continue reading

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A 6:30 AM walk with Kate

As Cassie and I made our 2 mile loop this morning, we fortuitously came upon our dawn community friend Kate, the plucky Brit. Bundled up against this morning’s sub-40F chill, and sporting one of her trademark chapeaux, Kate was kind … Continue reading

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Only 2 seizures today

Fingers crossed, but I can’t tell you how encouraging this news is. And we only had 5 yesterday. That’s down from a peak of 24 seizures a day 3 weeks ago…

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The sun also rises

It was one of those mornings where the clear Eastern sky showed little color as the sun rose. The Western sky, however, had a rose hue, as seen here behind a couple of deciduous oaks – not Coast Live Oaks … Continue reading

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Noise, good and bad

The dawn sky was very pretty this morning as I made my way around the Stanford corral. I bumped into good dawn community friend Judy, who was kind enough to halt her jog and walk with me for a quarter … Continue reading

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A shining path

As I made my way home from the Stock Farm stop on the Marguerite Shuttle’s B Line, I arrived at this very nicely lit scene. Minutes earlier, a small squall had raced through, bringing swirling winds, a noticeable drop in … Continue reading

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The angels of UCSF radiation therapy

Chris, Lisa and Angela (L to R – Debbie was camera shy) are the radiation therapists and nurses who run one of UCSF’s two Siemens Mevatron linear accelerators (the one that’s set up mainly for brain tumors). I think of … Continue reading

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