Re: Collision course - News
- --- In email@example.com, "sim1dmg" wrote:
> > At the risk of appearing daft, will someone pleaseWell, maybe it really *is* the exchange rate. Personally,
> > tell me how we got from supercolliding particles to
> > the Archies? Not that I mind but am a bit baffled.
> > Cheers,
> > Jenny
> LOL Jenny! You're safe, it'd be daft if you thought the
> connection between supercolliding particles and "Sugar, Sugar"
> were obvious! You need to read at least half of the bytes on
> southerncrossreview if you want to avoid the literature in German. Frank
> can help you, if you catch him in a good mood; otherwise he can throw a
> "It's the exchange rate, stupid." on you, so beware of the risks
> Cyberhugs, Simone
I've always had the sneaking suspicion that Frank is on
to something. Now what that might be is still a mystery.
But here is an unexpected connection. Maybe. Music has
a way of somehow connecting to just about anything,
but that professor my daughter interviewed in the physics
article is by day a teacher and otherwise a member of a
band called Squirrelheads in Gravy. They play at contra
dances and other venues, but that is where we had the
pleasure of dancing to their swingin' sound. :)
- Kees hotmail --Thanks for sharing this link. I have been reading it since you sent it. A blessing.
--- On Sat, 8/15/09, Kees hotmail <K_Kromme@...> wrote:
From: Kees hotmail <K_Kromme@...>
Subject: RE: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] article about Peter Deunov and boddhisattva
Date: Saturday, August 15, 2009, 12:32 PM