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Lessons from Jonah.

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Welcome to 5777. That’s the year, according to Jewish Tradition.  We’ve just finished Sukot, one of the 3 Festivals delineated in the Tora (the others are Pesach [Passover] and Shvuot [Pentecost]),  a time of joy and celebration. The past two holidays of this month were called Yamim Noraim, Days of Awe (Rosh Hashana and Yom Kipur)- in other words, they were holy days and not holidays.

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This is Your Brain. Your Brain Affected by Climate Change.

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I have always loved temperatures that breached the lower end of what most would consider comfortable.  It’s one of the reasons why living in Cambridge (MA) and Ann Arbor (MI) was a pleasure for me.    And, maybe this would be a great time to remind you (in case you forgot) that I don’t own a winter coat.  Oh, wait.  I don’t own any coats.   I simply don’t wear any.  Because it’s really never been too cold to need such an outfit.

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Flesh Eating Bacteria Coming to You Soon?

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Global Warming. Wait- don’t run away. This is a whole new take on the problem.

No, I am not going to say (as many an idiotic politician declares) that it is a hoax. Yes, the rise in sea level is real. Ask anyone who lives in Norfolk or the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Ocean front property is often one’s front door nowadays.

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Feed the World

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I am sure, by now, you recognize that my research and business interests cross a variety of disciplines.  So, my casual reading in any given day can include the following journals:  Microbe, Journal of Bacteriology, Water Reuse, Nephrology News, JASN, JAMA, Harvard Business Review, Strategy+… you get the idea.

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