Many of us feel vindicated when measurements corroborate our intuitive truths about our perceptions

Paul McGowan writes ……… Not that long ago in the scope of our evolution did we question if there were life forms smaller than could be seen by the human eye.  Our collective answer was “no”.  Yet enough people asked an even simpler question “how do we know that?” One questioner invented the microscope and […]

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Breaking out of the genre box

Exploring our genre-less musical past with The Alehouse Sessions Although I am a violinist specializing in Baroque music I have always considered myself as something of a free spirit and so, when I found myself increasingly engaged to follow the notes written on the page, I realized it was time to break loose and start […]

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