Best to you in your own scientific exploration.
Some how I'm reminded of a portion of Kesey's book, "sometimes a great notion"....."...don't like how something looks? Take a step to the side, and look again. Then the other way a few steps. See?"Not sure how accurate my quote is, but Kesey was right. It looks different from this side of the exam table, the cath lab looks different when you're lying down, etc. Exploration is as informative about the explorer than the uncharted territory, I think. Cheers, TomMike
Best fortune, Mike. Excellent demonstration photo but be careful; there's a lot of faith-based driving down there.
No effing joke, Geo. White knuckle passengering, if that's a word, describes my auto experience here.
Hoping for the best.
thanks, appreciate it
Signs of intelligent life. Good luck on your quest Mike.XOWWW
We all have our quests, eh? and good luck to you on yours. Mike
Got some new info, couple new meds to try. Not bad, worth the trip. Hope all are well. Mike
Ha - I LOVE that sign!
Me too. I'd expect it from someplace like the science dept at Berkeley or Cal Tech....
Keep us posted, Michael.
I hope you found some answers while you were out here.That sign is as good as the one on your current post. "Sine."