alternate personas

in which I roar, and pounce... and float away.

The American Physical Society News Zero Gravity column is particularly good this month (member login maybe required), he says modestly.

I must be grateful though, at least they didn't cast me as Lockhart or Slughorn... Mad-Eye Moody'd have been kinda cool though: "If one of us dies, stay in formation!"

Thanks to APS editing staff

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