george kroloff

poor georgie’s almanack

Your body is run by a bunch of bureaucracies, just like the Pentagon.

An ER doctor said I collapsed when I tried to stand up because there was a communications problem between the bureaucracies running my nerve system and the blood system. When I stood up the blood bureaucracy didn’t get the message that my brain needed more.

Actually, everything from electrons to elections is run by bureaucracies.

(for more … https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:c9efc503-d8a7-401d-944f-b51d3a686bc1)

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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 an atom, a rock probably is like living in a towering apartment building.

We evolved to understand the messages in a few of the waves.

Rough seas often means a storm nearby. Sirens mean danger. Plucked guitar strings are music. Rainbows are colors.

Humans are beginning to build translators. Today, my favorite is the X-Ray machine that lets us see like Superman.

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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