“Their basic gambit is something like this: Open up your flesh, install a device and see if it can talk to your nervous system,” Platoni writes in the book. “If it can, you’ve broadened your sensory world without waiting for slow, clunky evolution to do it for you.”. Platoni displays photos on her laptop of a credit-card sized device glowing under the skin of one biohacker’s forearm. It’s a thermal sensor. Next, they plan to embed an electronic compass. “Their thing is that other life forms on Earth have all these extra senses — sharks can sense electricity, snakes can see in infrared,” she says. “Why can’t humans do that, too?”.
The 16-year-old 4.0 student, cheerleader, newspaper editor and co-student body president wants to be a neurologist, Dozens of Bay Area African-American medical professionals involved in the Sinkler Miller Medical Association, including pink flats/us size 7/gold flats/wedding flats/fuchsia bridal flats/women ballet flats/bridal shoes/wedding shoes doctors and nurses, gave her a lift at their 30th Annual Scholarship Dinner and Dance at the Oakland Marriott so she can pursue that goal, “This is a huge honor and the start of my career as a doctor,” the scholarship winner Stenson said at the dinner table as she waited for Oakland’s own Tony! Toni! Toné! to get the dancing started..
Congregational Oratorio Society. Conducted by Gregory Wait; Joe Guthrie on continuo. “Madrigals from Around the World.” Music by Morley, Lassus, Marenzio, Weelkes and others. Ice-cream social follows. 3 p.m. June 3. First Congregational Church of Palo Alto, 1985 Louis Road, Palo Alto. $10-$15. 650-856-6662 or www.fccpa.org/FCCPA_Site/Concerts.html. Crossfire (Stevie Ray Vaughn tribute). 6-8 p.m. June 8. Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Free. 650-780-7340 or www.redwoodcity.org/events/musiconthesquare.html.
Filmed on location at Haleiwa (Hawaii), The Ranch (Southern California), West Indies, pink flats/us size 7/gold flats/wedding flats/fuchsia bridal flats/women ballet flats/bridal shoes/wedding shoes Secos (Southern California), San Francisco Ocean Beach, Monterey, Fort Point, Deadman’s (San Francisco), and Davenport, California — Windisch’s “The Natural Art,” will play Friday night at the Pedro Point Firehouse, The film is a fundraising event for the Pedro Point Firehouse maintenance fund, “I first met Fred Windisch when I started surfing here in 1964,” said Danny Estrella, Board Member, Pedro Point Community Association, who heads up the Association’s Firehouse Film Series, “I always admired his photography and the work he did on this film.”..
Being part of the “Greatest Generation,” as Tom Brokaw kindly referred to us, I’ve sometimes wondered if going to the movies contributed to the optimistic attitude most of us had. Films of that era were cheap entertainment and usually had happy endings — no matter how bad things are, they’ll always get better! And they certainly did musicwise: The Big Band Era came drumming and blaring in as the Depression began fading into the past. I still feel sorry for those who missed it.
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