Jonathan Day, Bach in Heaven
I grew up in Alaska. All myths about Alaska are true. I have worked as a welder, a chicken poop shoveler, a janitor, a construction worker, a teacher, a microwave electrical engineer, a solid state physics researcher, a baker, a cook, a janitor, and several other things, mostly in Oregon. All myths about Oregon are true. I have earned bachelor's degrees in Art and in Electrical Engineering, and a Ph.D. in physics. All along the way, I have drawn and painted and sculpted and made prints. My work is in private collections across the country. I am currently earning my living as a free-lance illustrator.
Dedico aos heróis do Japão a música de Bach que os anjos tocam para Deus, para que os anjos teçam uma malha protectora.
The New York Times article of Japan.
«(...) Heroic workers and firefighters continued to cool the volatile reactors by pumping in hundreds of tons of water a day. Much-awaited electricity had reached the plant after a rush to extend new power lines, ready to hook up to vital cooling systems and guide the plant to a long-term “cold shutdown.” (...).»