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Neutrinos in Action

newzealandsky2.jpgSomewhere at some place, maybe in Wired magazine, I read about particles that smash into each other and other particles that can't avoid each other. And particles that attract each other and that circle around each other spinning and whirling and twirling and sparking. I think this is how synchronicity works. How it feels. Proof positive. Drove down to St. Elmo's tonite for my daily chai. I'm walking up to the coffeehouse and suddenly my writer friend Anna appears. She shouts my name. She and her husband and friend had just walked through St. Elmo's, thinking I might be there. They walk out the door and see me walking toward them. How synchronistic! How "weird." "Weird" -- that catch-all phrase to explain the inexplicable. The inexplicable that somehow feels familiar. So that was cool.

What was not cool was just seeing Georgie Porgie Bush on American Idol, acknowledging how one person with talent can "win over millions." AI history has also proven how someone with no talent can win over millions, and it ain't a pretty picture. Bush has proven that, too. Scary, scary past 8 years. Are we out the other side yet? Barak? Barak? 

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