The deadly mistakes with antibiotics that led me to the perfect natural solution against pathogenic lifeforms.
I first saw Alain Siritzky at the Carlton Hotel bar during the 1996 Cannes Film Festival after my partner pointed him out. “That dude made Emmanuelle,” my partner said. I could only spot the back of a gleaming scalp peeking over a red couch. I’d been pitching documentary projects (rather desperately) without sleep for the […]
Half a decade ago or so I interviewed a former CDC expert for a History Channel piece. He used to be in charge of containing several outbreaks in Africa with Ebola and Marburg, the MERS outbreak in Malaysia, and couple of other hemorrhagic close calls. After leaving CDC, he was working out of a small […]
Diary extract, August 30, 2014 It’s only 8PM in France and I’ve already learned four life lessons. 1) THERE IS INTENSE JOY IN ACHIEVING EVEN THE SMALLEST GOALS YOU SET FOR YOURSELF. Beginning of this Summer I decided to become a better swimmer after a lifetime of near-floating ability which, for a 48 year old […]
For the first time I fell into a calm rhythm swimming in the ocean, crawling like an animal, unconscious except for the motion and the breathing. I practiced for a few weeks in a chlorinated pool after being a bad Aquarius for a lifetime. Now the salt water felt like helium. Time swooshed away, and I found […]
Published by HoneyColony It started at age 27. I didn’t pull them out. I wasn’t on steroids. I wasn’t pregnant. I didn’t use peroxide. There was nothing wrong with my thyroid gland. I ate high-quality protein and exercised regularly. Yet my hairline was receding at a rate of about a half a scalp per decade. […]
Two evolutionary scientists from Princeton University were on my tail. The Grants. They’d been following me for months with their binoculars. I pretended not to notice. I maintained identical life habits just so they would get bored. But they never got bored. For three decades they never got bored. What did they know about me […]
Published by HoneyColony La Brea and Sunset. He was there when my car came to a stop at the traffic lights. Shoeless and ragged, he swiveled between the lanes like a faulty pendulum, handing out dirty fliers to drivers who tried to remain invisible. When he got closer, I dug my nose into my iPhone […]