george kroloff

What’s in a wave? A surfer said, ‘Life is a wave. Catch it.’

poor georgie’s almanack

Of course, it sounds silly when we learn that everything is made up of waves, or that waves are full of information.

Even rocks. For a human rocks are very tightly packed waves.

For…

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THERE IS MORE T EVERYTHING THAN MEETS THE EYE

It sure looks like our bodies, and all animal activities on Earth, and even gigantic galaxies like our Milky Way, are run by bureaucracies. Everything.

For example, the odd little things in atoms, called ‘quarks,’ are organized to decide what kind…

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Separated twin sisters

The unscientific explanation of ‘entanglement’ is when one of those itty-bitty things that are part of an atom suddenly points down, it’s opposite twin hundreds or millions of miles away, instantly points up.

Meanwhile, twin sisters in the attic and basement seem to know what the other is thinking.

Several…

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poor georgie’s almanack

Maybe every living thing thinks.

Cells in our bodies do communicate with other cells. (Hey guys! We gotta kill that cancer cell over there.)

Trees communicate with other trees (really).

Sunflowers know to tilt to the moving sun.

Fish, Gnus, and starlings swarm together to intimidate attackers…

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george kroloff

george kroloff

Senior positions on Senate Staff, Washington Post, US Post Office, Chicago Chamber of Commerce, Washington DC PR firms. Chair and board of profits & non profits