In Memoriam Category

Stephen Hawking: My Brief Encounter Remains a Lifetime Memory

Professor Hawking was not only curious about the Universe and “the mind of God,” but even about individuals who inhabited one miniscule part of the vastness of space-time.

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Litvinenko Assassinated by “Nuclear Hit Men”: The Tenth Anniversary

November 4, 2016 What follows is what I posted on the PRWire Service today:   “Polonium poisoning is only one of several ways extremists could engage in nuclear terrorism today.” November 23rd is the tenth anniversary of Alexander Litvinenko’s death. Litvinenko is the Russian ex-secret service operative who, according to United Kingdom authorities, was assassinated […]

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She rolled into my world on a smile and a dream . . .

Her smile was bigger than the wheels of her chair.

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