Her posts are interesting, entertaining, thought-provoking, always witty. She ranges widely in choice of topic: family, pets, art, science, history, philosophy, sports, vacuum cleaners.
Kate’s special talent is the ability to make connections: What does Greek mythology have to do with quantum physics? Read “The Pandora/Shrodinger Paradigm” and find out.
While you’re there, rummage around. Take particular care to read the posts about her dog, Macaulay, who looks just like my Tramp.
And after reading, take time to comment, or like, or tweet, or something.
We know Kate is an extraordinary writer. We should let HP know that we know it.
Here are links to other of Kate’s posts I’ve enjoyed, including several about Macaulay.
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