What most people may not know about Stanford is that there was once a "colony" of narcoleptic dogs there—mostly Dobermans but also poodles, labs, and a schipperke named Bear—established to study the pathology of the disease. Now how does a narcoleptic dog differ from my dog, who seems to sleep 18 hours out of 24...?
And on the scientifically esoteric side of felininity (yes, we just made up that word), in 2016 researchers at Stanford's PULSE Institute in collaboration with the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, working off the thought experiment called Schr?dinger's Cat, were able to use X-rays to record atomic motion in more detail than has every been possible. How? Ask us no questions, but this Wikipedia entry does a nice job of explaining the original paradox.
If you're looking for a pet friendly place to eat, you'll have to go to nearby Palo Alto or Menlo Park. In Menlo Park, check out the Dutch Goose, a local institution that's been serving up burgers, pizza, and more for over 50 years. You and Fido can relax at their outdoor bar, The Duck Blind.
Saint Michael's Alley in Palo Alto has a lovely hidden patio where you can enjoy small plates like Ahi Tuna Poke and Pork Belly with Pickled Onions and Balsamic Syrup.For off leash dog parks, again, look to Menlo Park (Nealon Park and Willow Oaks Park) and Palo Alto (Hoover Park, Greer Park, and Mitchell Park).
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