Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

I wish you all happy holidays and a peaceful Christmas time!
The next days will be a slow time on the blog as we're working our way through the holidays, the kid's 3rd birthday, and new year, with all the family and friend's visits that come with it. Back to business next year - enjoy the silence :)

20 comments:

  1. :) Merry Christmas to You too.

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  2. Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you and your family Sabine!

    PS

    Contrary to Stefan, in every picture of yours you publish from time to time you look quite different. I don't think I would recognise you with 100% certainty if I see you in the street by chance:-)

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  3. Thanks :) That's because I'm actually three different people. One who blogs and writes papers, one who raises the kids, and the third one just sleeps and eats. Should wake her up now, time to visit the grandparents...

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  4. "That's because I'm actually three different people. One who blogs and writes papers, one who raises the kids, and the third one just sleeps and eats."

    Which one did Stefan marry? :-)

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  5. The red-headed daughter has almost the same colour hair I had when I was that age. They became slightly darker with age. Now, due to chemotherapy, the nice colour has gone (though it's still in the non-grey parts of the beard) and I'm becoming bald on top. :-(

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  6. Merry Christmas to Stefan, Sabine and girls. Always be nice to the Grandparents:)

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  7. Aw... surrender to the curls! (And to the gradients and divergences, too.)

    Merry, merry, merry - light into all dark corners.

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  8. Beautiful picture. Thanks for it and for all your blog posts this year.

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  9. Lovely pic :) I won't enjoy the silence... I have the same setup as you have, in family-wise, hence *no* silence for me :D

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  10. Merry Christmas!

    You have a very photogenic family.

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  11. "Merry Christmas"? What kind of a physicist wishes "Merry Christmas?" Haven't Steven Weinberg, Stephen Hawking, Lawrence Krauss and a huge number of the top physicists made it very clear that religion and its customs are utter foolishness?

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  12. Dear Bee,

    Wishing you and your's a very Merry Christmas. You are certainly a nice looking family.

    Best to All,

    Phil

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  13. 3B + 1stfn = 2 + 2 for one phenomenal nuclear family. :-)

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  14. Ashish,

    Christmas is a tradition. It has in our household no religious meaning. It's a time for the family to spend time together. I fail to see what Lawrence Krauss has to do with that.

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  15. Why so serious Sabine, it was a light humor about the physics vs. religion game that been going on. Sabine says: "It [Christmas] has in our household no religious meaning." Well, as long as you are an atheist then you are on the side of the physicists...means you have nothing to worry about from Steven Weinberg, Stephen Hawking, Lawrence Krauss.

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  16. Some relaxing reading for after your come back

    http://krwjones.com/wordpress/2013/12/24/cosmographia/

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  17. Happy Chrstmas to you and your family!

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  18. Happy Newtonmas and calender warp!

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  19. That was thoughtful, Bee. Best wishes to you and yours.

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  20. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2014 for you and your wonderful family, Sabine (Bee).

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